I have made these for several years. They are easy to make and taste just wonderful. If you like coconut, you will love these. Thanks for posting this recipe.
YUM!!! I took these for a potluck and came home with NONE! Everyone stood over them gobbling them up. Thanks for sharing this easy and Deeeee-lish recipe!
These are soooo good and moist! My guests loved them!
Here is an idea if you are alergic to processed coconut like I am. I can not eat almond joy candy for that reason.
mix some sweetened condensed milk with natural unproccesed coconut, mini chocolate chips and toasted almonds, evenly sprinkle over brownie batter then pour over remaining sweetened condensed milk. Bake accordingly. I wonder how some merichino cherries would be added to that??
These were a huge hit this Christmas Eve. I made them just as posted, wouldn't change a thing. The whole family loved them. They were really easy to make too! Thanks for a great recipe, Miss Annie.
wonderful! best brownies ever. i forgot to buy the condensed milk while at the grocery store but decided to make them anyways. delicious! used 3 regular size almond joy bars. my roomate loved these as did my neighbor bob. thanks!
Incredible! I made these in the beginning of the week and my husband is already bugging me for another batch!!! The only alteration I made was to add skor bit and a bit of cocunut to half of it(didn't have enough almond joy). Great flavor and they stay moist for days(not that they lasted very long) Thanks so much!
I baked 3 types of brownies for a family gathering. All were yummy but people gravitated towards the almond joy fudge brownies first. Who could resist a fudgey coconut topping with almonds? Thanks!
This was an easy recipe to prepare. The result was a very sticky, gooey, sweet treat. By the way, 1 can of condensed milk equals 1 cup. I made a second time , heating the condensed milk in the microwave to help it spread more evenly and I used shredded, sweetened coconut instead of the almond joys. I did everything else the same, except bake in a 15 x 10 pan for 25 minutes. I drizzled some milk chocolate over the top. I think that the original recipe has the better taste, because you just can't duplicate the Almond Joy's, but heating the milk definitly helped the second batch, as did the larger pan. Thanks for the unusal take on plain old brownies.
Super delicious!! This is a recipe I will use often!!