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Just like Mom used to make! I had forgotten about these lovely bars. I think she called them rocky road bars. Thanks for the recipe and lovely memories!
These were not necessarily "mile-high" but definitely delicious! And super easy, which made it easy for me when I needed to put together a last minute dessert for a funeral luncheon. I followed the recipe as written and got 24 good size bars. Love the salty/sweet combination of the chocolate and salted peanuts. Thanks for a yummy recipe!
Rich! Totally satisfies any chocolate craving.
Delicious! A really simple recipe that satisfies your sweet tooth! I made half a batch and added a little extra marshmallows and peanuts and also threw in a handful of pretzels for some extra salty crunch. I love the crunch!
My son and I made these for the family while on vacation. They were easy to make and yummy. I followed the recipe as written.
what a great easy treat, I included these in a take-home package for my peanut butter-loving DS and received many thank you's, so thank YOU Susan for a great treat!
These pretty squares were sooo good. Whats not to like about this delectable treat, it tasted just like a candy bar. I used milk chocolate and iced the top of the square with bittersweet chocolate, it was delicious. Having made half the recipe I used a square 8 x 8 in pan. Thanks so much CB for sharing this treat that goes into my keeper box.
These are delicious. I don't know why but I took the box of rice krispies out of the pantry and then I saw it didn't have rice krispies in them. I'm sure it would be so great. But alone like that, they are delicious. I used parchment paper in my baking pan. That way it was easier to cut. Thanks Coffeebarista. Made for Market tag.
these were so yummy and fun! the flavors come together really well! i had a few problems for some reason with the butterscotch chips cause they didn't melt properly like the chocolate chips but once i put them in the fridge to firm, they turned out yummy nontheless! i think next time i may even melt the rest of the package of chocolate chips and dip them in chocolate! mmmmmm....
Recipenaped these for the Ausi/NZ swap 15. All four of my kids loved these and DH nibbled on them every time he walked by. I was the only stick in the mud on this one, because I found them to be too sweet. I think that is just me however; because things I've loved in the past I am finding to be overly sweet now. I also made one change to the recipe and used peanut butter chips in place of the butterscotch so that might have something to do with it. I also found that mine soften up and get real gooey within minutes of taking them out of the fridge.