Made these for my neice's graduation party since I had all the ingerdients on hand. I cut them quite small, about 3/4 x 1 1/2"...and I topped them with toasted shaved almonds. The recipe was requested by guests, so that is a success to me! It's not something I have ever seen on a dessssert table yet. Thanks for sharing!
I'm not a big fan of coconut, but this recipe I love!
Very good, I had 6 grandkids over and they did not last long. I used peanut butter chips on half of the pan.
This is one of my favorite recipes! My grandma used to make these and I lost her recipe. The one time I tried to do it from memory and they all fell apart when I went to spread the chocolate chips around, so I rolled them into balls and dipped them in chocolate and called them Dragon Balls.
Amazing! Tastes just like a coconut chocolate bar. This recipe is actually very easy to prepare - especially if you melt the chips on the hot bars. We ate some while they were warm & gooey out of the oven & then once they had cooled in the fridge - spectacular both ways!!
Great recipe. I used splenda instead of sugar. They turned out great, will be a nice addition to my xmas cookie tray...
These were good. Pretty much the same ingredients as Hello Dolly(ies), just slightly different method. I think I prefer the Hello Dollies though. The semi-sweet chocolate layer was a little too strong for my liking; in the Hello Dollies, it's layered on top of the coconut and covered with sweetened condensed milk before baking, which blends the flavours nicely. Just a personal preference. My DH and DD's loved them.