Wonderful! I made these for a BBQ today and they were a hit. A nice change from the usual chocolate chip cookies. If you love toffee these will satisfy your sweet tooth. I loved the gooey center, but be sure to grease your pan well otherwise the toffee will stick and make it difficult to get the bars out of the pan. Great recipe!
Great recipe! Very rich and yummy. The gooey center is delicious. They are as rich as candy so it is best that you eat only a little at a time so you don't feel sick! Thank you for the great recipe!
Wow - these hit the spot! I'm a huge fan of toffee and these didn't disappoint. I cut these into small squares - almost like candy - and added them to my Christmas cookie trays. They make a lot this way and they're very easy. They also froze very well. Plus, what a cool name...Millerbars!! Thank you!
Everytime I make these someone asks for the recipe! A great addition to my Christmas baking. Thanks for the delicious recipe.
delish! very heavy but very tasty. only problem i came across was that i didn't seem to have enough of the crumb mixture to spread around the bottom and still keep 1 1/2 cups aside for the top. I wound up keeping more like 1 cup aside for the top. These were so good I had to hide them to make sure I got to eat more than one. :)
I made these cookie bars in addition to my regular Christmas cookies...they are now everyone's favorite. Recipe was very easy to follow and turned out perfect. Thanks Miller!
These are excellent!! I made these as an addition to my christmas basket and they are wonderful. God bless you Miller!! Thanks for posting!! Karen
Yum! I followed the recipe exactly, except I too used the Heath brand of toffee bits instead of Skor because the store I went to didn't have them. The only thing I might do differently next time is use chocolate chunks (i.e. broken up chocolate bars) instead, because I don't like the semi-sweet taste as much. This is a great recipe, thanks for sharing!
Here is a testimony to how good these are. I made the mistake(or maybe not) of only using 1/3 cup butter instead of 3/4. I didn't realize until I took them out of the oven and they looked "crumby" on top and undercooked, I was ready to cry. To our suprise, they were still great and warmed with ice cream on top these are sinful and you would never know they were missing sooo much fat. My DS has asked for one every day for the past 4 days and they are still great. I am very glad I made this mistake and thought anyone trying to cut back on fat might like to know. I also used Heath bits. We love them, thanks for this GREAT recipe!!!