Very easy to make with all the ingredients in my pantry. Mixture was very thick, but used back of spatuala to pat firmly into 8x8 pan. Next time will use a little larger pan to make them into bars vs. a thick brownie. I've already passed the recipe on to my sister!
These are pretty much the cookies that my grandmother made that my father still gets every year for his birthday! These are the best, easiest cookie! (And they ship well!) The differences in my batch are 8 oz of chocolate chips and 1 cup of pecans.
This is the best! I don't know where you found it but this is exactly how my family has been making these for as long as I can remember. I lost the recipe and was praying it would be here. Thank You!!!
I think this is the recipe I am looking for. My grandmother made these graham cracker crumb bars (very dense and thick) with chocolate chips and walnuts. we called the Yum-Yums. It was a recipe she got during WWII because sugar was rationed so it used the condensed milk instead.
May I simply say.....yum! I used milk chocolate chips and pecans, and served it warm on vanilla ice cream. My family was making yummy noises while eating! Thanks. Mary Close
Not so impressed, sorry. I thought they was way too much chocolate and I adore chocolate. Also, they became very hard-more cookie like. I don't think I would make again. I don't want to discourage others from trying them, just to each their own. Thanks.
What a great and delicious way to use up leftover graham cracker crumbs and other baking items! I only had one cup of graham cracker crumbs leftover so I added one cup of flour to the crumbs. I also had 1/2 package (more or less) of semi-sweet chocolate chips and 1/2 package (more or less) of milk chocolate chips--so I used both of those and I also used raisins instead of chopped nuts. I also used fat-free sweetened condensed milk (and no one could tell he difference). The result -- a raving success. My ds said that these were the best desert I've made in a long time and he couldn't stop eating them!
This is a delicious, quick treat. And yikes!...talk about RICH!! My sweetie is a white chocolate fanatic, so I used 12 oz of good white chocolate, diced. I suspected the sweetness would be over the top, given that everything except the nuts is loaded with sugar, so I added a healthy pinch of salt to cut it back a notch.
This is so easy I likely will make again, but in future I think I'll press it into a sheet pan for a slightly thinner bar-like product. Delicious! Thanks for sharing!
This is pretty much a fudge recipe with graham crackers added. I wouldn't call it a brownie. It is very chocolatey so don't eat too much at once. Easy to make.
Very good. I too, needed to use up some graham crackers and I happened to have all the other ingredients as well! And so, off I went mixing them together and once they popped out from the oven I immedietly had to have one! Thank you soooo much for posting this recipe! :)