I think they are called Minnesota bars because of the oats which is a crop that is grown there.
I am giving it five stars for fool-proofiness. I used chunky peanut butter and we lived. I like peanut butter but my son thought that it was overwhelming. I think that next time I might add another half cup of chocolate to even it out a little more.
These were very good, very gooey and sweet. Also very easy to make. Thank you! :)
This was a great gluten and dairy free recipe. My husband thanks you a hundred times over. Finally he has a dessert/treat to bring to gatherings that everyone can enjoy. It was very easy to make. I microwaved the chocolate chips and the peanut butter in a bowl for a minute and it stirred right together. I store mine in the refrigerator to keep the chocolate firm.
These were super easy and yummy! The kids and I made them this afternoon. Thank you for posting!! :)
I think I didn't quite cook these long enough because the bottom is way too soft and crumbly but the crust tastes sooo yummy still. I will make them again I'm sure! It is definitely worth the trial and error til I figure out the right temp and time for my oven!
So Good! and different from other bar recipes since it contains no flour. Everyone loved these. The base is chewy and the chocolate and peanut butter makes a lovely frosting. I found the base mixture much easier to blend thoroughly after the oatmeal (used rolled oats) was added. These suckers stick like crazy, so next time I'll line the pan with buttered foil and lift out to cut. I found it easier to cut after popping in the fridge for a few minutes to let the chocolate layer firm up. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
We enjoyed these, just found it a tad to sweet for our tastes. I might cut down on the brown sugar next time and substitute with melted margerine.
Excellent! I cam see why you would anticipate these so much!