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I've made these several times and they are GREAT! The entire family loves them. Thanks for posting!
Very quick and easy and tasty, although my chips sank to the bottom, too. Use a cherry chip cake mix and choc. chips. Especially nice for when you're in a hurry.
These bars tasted quite good but mine were kind of dry and crackly on top. All of the chocolate chips sunk to the bottom which made a sort of chocolate layer - not necessarily a bad thing, they just didn't look like the photo. I would have preferred the choc chips to stay scattered throughout the bar. I used a No Name cake mix so will try this again with a brand name to see if the texture is different. Overall though, we enjoyed it and it could not be easier to do. Thx.
Wonderfully tasty and wonderfully easy to put together. Today I used just a basic yellow cake mix and semi-sweet chocolate chips. I make so many cookies from cake mixes and this is such a GREAT idea so I can just use one pan and cut into bars. The texture is a lot like a nice chewy brownie but not as dry on the outside crust. Did not have one problem at all - just fabulous to put together! Glad I tagged this in the Zaar Chef ABC's Game Apr08
These are yummy! I used a triple chocolate cake mix and peanut butter chips (with a few butterscotch chips thrown in because I didn't have enough PB chips). It was like a very thick brownie batter and baked up to a chewy, brownie-like bar. I didn't grease the pan very thoroughly and wish I had as they stuck a bit on the bottom of the pan. I also want to try this with chocolate cake & cinnamon chips and spice cake with cinnamon chips and lemon cake with white chocolate chips and... - oh, the possibilities are endless! Thanks for the recipe! :)