Kind of taste like almound Joy bars without the nuts. If you do want nuts, you can add them in the coconut mixture. I put in 1 cup chopped pecans or almounds, what ever I have in the house at the time.
This recipe has been handed down from my mom to me just recently. The original recipe was from my aunt's personal recipe collection. They freeze very well for make ahead treats. This recipe uses oats, chocolate chips and has a nice orange glaze that is poured over the top of the brownies once they are removed from the oven.
I started making brownies from scratch a couple of years ago and this one is easy and yummy. :) It is a versatile recipe! I put a variety of different chips or nuts in or on top of it. I use it for any recipe that calls for brownies.\
I saw this recipe recently on TV and it looked so good, I thought I would bring it to work for treats. I wasn't able to get mint chocolate chips so I used Neilson Mint Buds which I chopped up in my food processor and used chopped up mint patties to decorate the top. It was a big hit!
A goodie Betty shared with the group at our annual rughooking retreat. Recipe originally came from the back of a Duncan Hines brownie box, but she decided she liked a Betty Crocker boxed brownie mix better. Cook time does not include time to cool. I thought the oatmeal layer might detract from the brownie, but it was a wonderful compliment.
I was looking for something to do with a strawberry cake mix that I had hanging around. I found these in a cookbook, Quick Fixes with Cake Mixes. As the into says "if you like cheescake or pastries with cheese filling, you'll really like these..."