5 Reviews

Add a small package of chow mein noodles and you have haystacks...even more crunchy and delicious.

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compweasel December 25, 2015

These are a delicious salty-sweet treat :) I got 22 from a half-batch. I used the larger amount of nuts and actually had to add a few more as I had melted chocolate mix left at the end after scooping them out that had no nuts in it. Used Ghirardelli chocolate and Nestle butterscotch chips. Thanks for sharing!

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flower7 March 20, 2013

I made these for a party and everyone went crazy over them! They are super easy to make and look like you spent a long time making them. They would be great as a hostess gift or in a holiday goodie basket or tray. Thanks for posting a keeper!

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Lvs2Cook March 25, 2011

Easy and SO good. I didn't have a double boiler and the microwave was taking forever, so I just melted the chips in a pan on the stove (low heat). I also almost doubled the amount of nuts because, well, I like them. Very good - goes in the keeper file.

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NancyB December 13, 2008

these are very easy to make and taste wonderful! I will definately make these again. Thanks for the great recipe

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Sharpiedog December 23, 2005
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