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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!

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Dissie December 05, 2010

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!

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MaMa's Apprentice November 19, 2010

Rich! Totally satisfies any chocolate craving.

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wife2abadge November 15, 2010

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!

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Chefsalad March 26, 2010

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.

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bmcnichol July 29, 2008

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!

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Kittencalskitchen June 18, 2008

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.

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Baby Kato June 10, 2008

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.

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Boomette May 20, 2008

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....

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MeliBug April 18, 2008

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.

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Chef Buggsy Mate April 15, 2008
Chocolate Mile-High Marshmallow Squares