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As I took this recipe I was preparing Christmas cookies! The result were delicious soft brownie-like squares! My DS was more thand glad for my missunderstanding!
As in the ingredients was not specified what kind of nuts I took coconut flakes. The combination came out exotic and delicious!

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awalde December 02, 2011

These taste wonderful! I don't know if I can quit eating them!!! I couldn't wait till they cooled, and just scooped some out with a spoon (piggy, piggy), and now I just can't wait so that I can cut them out and take a pic! I've got to say that my "base" seemed to swell up and overtake my topping....once it was cooked, it seemed that all I could see of the topping was a few chopped pecans. But the flavor makes up for not being beautiful! I'm sure someone else could make it "beautiful", but I definitely made this delicious!!! This is a keeper....thanks for sharing it.

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breezermom March 14, 2010

Four teenagers devoured these yummy squares in a flash. I made these as written (using butter as the shortening). I suggest two changes to the instructions. The base and topping are thicker than the words 'pour' and 'sprinkle' imply. I'd say 'spread' and 'dollop' instead. By the way, the topping gives the squares a lovely texture. Yummo!

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Leggy Peggy September 12, 2008
Chocolate Date Squares