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Ohhhhh......... I know it says JamesDean'sGirl... but I think you might be the devil, cause these are the most sinful thing I've had in a while! Next time, to compensate for the terrible airbake pan I have, I'll make this at 350 rather than 375. I couldn't let these cool all the way cause that's how I roll ;-) and they are gooey chocolate deliciousness, and way to rich to eat more than a bit at a time. I got 24 bars from this, and even at that, they are almost (almost!) too large for how rich they are. I might cut back a bit on the chocolate chips in the filling next time so there is more blondie around it, but still, fantastic. Thanks for sharing.

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Queen Roachie November 29, 2009

these are grrrreat! seriously delish. everything i look for in a decadent dessert and then some. reminiscent of hot fudge sundaes and chocolate chip cookies - all combined in a wonderful little package of a bar. yum. all raves from the crowd - this beats many desserts ive had out in restaurants and is relatively painless to put together. i served mine warm, with a tiny scoop of vanilla ice cream and fudge sauce swizzle. thanks so much for posting this - its a hit!!! :)

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butterscotchgirl October 03, 2008

I made these this week and they are delicious! I followed it as written and it was so easy to prepare. The method mentioned to spread the topping worked great. Excellent fudgey texture and flavor. Thanks for sharing.

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Robyn:) May 02, 2007

I barely even got to put the pan down when I got to work, and people were waiting to cut a piece of this stuff! For the filling, I didn't have an open bag of semisweet chips, but I had two half-bags of dark chocolate Dove Promises left over from another recipe, so I used those, topped off with a handful of some leftover milk chocolate-caramel swirl chips to make up the two cups of chocolate. Instead of melting the chocolate and then mixing in the milk, I just heated it all together in a heavy saucepan over low heat. Also, just to make them look pretty, I sprinkled the top of the bars with Hershey's Kissables just before baking (lots of eye-catching color, always good). This will be a definite repeater -- Thanks for posting!

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Muffin Goddess September 16, 2006

These are pretty darned good - imagine a tollhouse cookie sandwich & you've got it! Made no changes in recipe but used an 8 x 11 inch pan - had to add 15 minutes to cooking time. Really hadold school tollhouse cookie flavor. Fudge layer was almost too thick - but bear in mind I used the smaller pan. Small servings, but neighbors' reactions were to snap these up !! Thank you for the recipe!

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Buster's friend September 09, 2006

We all totally agree that these are FANTASTIC! Absolutely delicious! Did I mention addictive? Add to that easy to make, and you've got a real winner! I know I'll be making this one again. Thanks for posting it, it's great!

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*Pixie* August 15, 2006

Ok,,,now you've done it!! You posted the ultimate chocoholic's cookie bar! :) I made this exactly as stated and they are very good,,just like you said. dh gives them a very big 5*'s. I really like them,,,but they are very rich and I could only eat a small piece. I will make these again when his chocolate urges hit and I think I may try milk chocolate chips instead of semi sweet. I may use only 1 1/2 c. chips, and a little less sweet milk too, to make them not so rich. I think it would still have a plentiful chocolate middle. dh said he doesn't want me messing up a good recipe tho :) thanks for posting this! Kitty

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peppermintkitty March 08, 2005
Fudge-Filled Blondies