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This recipe is so so good. Just to let you know Ocean~Ivy I fine every single recipe of your great and easy to make. thanks
Sinfully good! These are low fat, right? LOL
Another cookie-thon success. I will be adding this to the favorites list. Peanut butter, chocolate, and oats, what better combination!! Easy to make and very, very, delicious!!
These turned out to be quite delicious. Tip - after cooling, refrigerate for about 10-15 minutes to ensure a cleaner cut through the soft chocolate.
Isn't anyone else angry about how hard these are to cut? Sure they taste good/okay but I darn near chopped my hand off trying to cut them into bars. I'm sure I won't make them again, but thanks.
These are very good & quite easy to make!! "3 layers" sounds a bit daunting but the recipe is quick to whip up. I used smooth peanut butter & the full 5 tbsp of milk in the drizzle. The first layer tastes a lot like an oatmeal cookie with most of the flavour being in the top 2 layers.
I thought these bars turned out really good. They were so easy to put together too. Some of the other reviewers thought the crust was lacking a little in flavor but I thought it was just fine and that it complimented the topping well. I used chunky peanut butter in the crust just to give it a little more texture. I followed the recipe as written and it was perfect. Delicious bars! They'll definitely be a repeat in our house. Thanks so much for sharing!
These were good, but just OK. The taste is 'alright', but they aren't outstanding. I don't think I'll make these again. Sorry, if it's any consolation, I like you as a person. :) UPDATE: I think the peanut butter drizzle made these bars a little better than just OK. I took them to a potluck and received many compliments. So, despite my original review/opinion, these bars redeemed themselves. Thanks for the recipe, Ocean~Ivy!
This was a VERY good recipe for folks like me fiending for the sweet combination of peanut butter and chocolate! It's easy to make and doesn't take a lot of time from start to finish. This dessert is definitely better when cool...however, I only gave it 4 stars because I felt that something was missing out of the base dough layer. Overall, though, a definite "keeper" recipe. Thanks!