This was a hit, easy to make and I had everything here no need to run to the store for some unusual ingredient. I baked it for 20 min and that was enough.Thank you for posting....I better go back downstairs or there will be none left for me.
I have to be honest and say my husband and I did not like these. I followed the directions exactly and made no substitutions, and the bars had a very spongy texture when they came out, which I didn't find very tasty. I wonder if the absence of butter from the base of the bar had something to do with it. I even considered trying the recipe with butter, but I don't like to stray from the recipe the first time I make it. I am sorry we did not like these, however its always fun to try a new recipe so I do thank you for posting it.
Thanks for the easy recipe, it was very good.
You gotta love a dessert that doesnt' call for butter, especially when you're out of butter ;) I followed some other members' advice and added 1/4 cup of oatmeal, which didn't necessarily add to the bar, but didn't detract either. Was very yummy!
These are little addictive slices of heaven, who can resist chocolate and coconut?!!! I know I can't! I think next time I may mix the chocolate chips into the batter to make it even chocolatier.... Thanks for posting! Made for ZWT 5
Just had a quick sample of this straight out of the oven - so delicious, a bit brownie like in texture. I, too, added some rolled oats and had to add some capuccino chips to the choc chips to get my 3/4 cup. Yum and thanks - made for ZWT 5.
My tasting panel of 9 and 7 year olds could not contain their UHHMMMMs and I have to agree. The mix of coconut, chocolate and brown sugar is a winner. As a last minute thought I added some rolled oats in top before sprinkling with chocolate chips; next time I will incorporate 1/4 cup into the batter. I only used 1/2 cup of chocolate chip which was plenty. I am sure I will be asked to make this again very soon - now - If only I could hide the bars from myself.... Made for ZWT5