We Know the Perfect Christmas Movie to Watch With These Gooey Magic Bars

Carole's Christmas premieres on OWN this holiday season — and we have a recipe especially for the occasion.

November 21, 2019
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Have you ever looked back on your life and wondered how making a different choice might have changed everything? That's the crux of one of OWN's brand new Christmas movies for this year, Carole's Christmas — and we're SO ready to cozy up with it.

Starring the always-impressive Kimberly Elise and Jackée Harry (who we are pleased to report plays the loveable and magical Clarence-type character — we're already smiling), Carole's Christmas is the perfect movie to get you in the festive spirit. Carole might think she wants the life she never had, but one step into an alternate universe proves that the grass might not always be greener on the other side.

Food Network Kitchen shared a recipe that's featured in the movie — Mama's Magic Mojo Bars. These delicious treats are super gooey and rich, packed with peanuts and chocolate plus a layer of fluffy marhsmallows on top. We highly suggest you make them (you can prep 'em in just 15 minutes!) for movie night.

Carole's Christmas premieres on OWN on Friday 11/22 at 9pm ET/PT, and we'll be tuning in! Check out a sneak peek of the movie below and get the recipe for Mama's Magic Mojo Bars here.

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