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Prep 10 mins
Cook 30 mins
This is a tropical twist on one of my favorite bar cookies.***ADOPTED***
Make and share this Hello (Aloha) Dollies recipe from Food.com.
- Melt butter in a 13 x 9 inch oblong baking pan.
- Sprinkle the crumbs evenly over the butter to form the crust.
- Evenly distribute in the order listed, the next ingredients (except for the milk), over the crust.
- Remove the entire top of the can of condensed milk, and gently stir in the rum flavoring.
- Drizzle the milk over the top of the last layer (coconut).
- Bake at 350 for 30 minutes.
- Cool before cutting into squares.
YUM! I had been wanting to use up some coconut I'd had, and happened to have some dried pineapple, dried mango, and macadamia nuts on hand so this was PERFECT! I used regular graham cracker crumbs like traditional Hello Dollies (no vanilla wafers), and also did half semisweet and half white chocolate chips. Also, my macadamia nuts weren't salted but I didn't miss it, and who needs the extra sodium??? This was a great combination and has inspired me to think of other combinations...next I'm doing Really, you could use any fruit/nut combination--maybe I'll try pistachios/dried cranberries/dark chocolate! Thanks so much for sharing this one!!
I actually didn't use this one recipe,,,but it's the same one I've had for years and my kids always loved it! The only thing I've done differently was several times I used graham crackers when I didn't have vanilla wafers on hand. These go well at "bring a dish" luncheons, parties of all kinds, or just a special treat for family at home. I haven't tried them with peanut butter chips, but it sounds really good. If you've not made these...try them,,they're really good!! kitty