I've made these several times. I have tried variations on the main idea: Peanut Butter and jelly bars with fruit ice cream topping and melted peanut butter in place of the carmel and choc chips; and a oatmeal scotchy version with carmel butterscotch topping amd 1/2 butterscotch chips 1/2 heath toffee chips. I've also substituted some of the butter for yogurt. Seems to be an almost fail proof recipe!
Love these!!!! I make them gluten free by using gf oats and gf oat flour. They come out great every time. Even my picky 8 y/o tried them and loved them, even requested I make them for her birthday. :-)
this was a hit at a party. my kids loved it.
Absolutely nummy!!! I will definitely be making these again. These would be great for a potluck or bake sale.
Delicious. Tasted great, reminded me of something I used to eat when I was younger. The only thing, is next time I may try to reduce the overall sugar content, as it is a bit on the sweeter side.
I have made these several times as the guys at hubby's work request them. They are rich but they sure go down easy! I cut them using my pizza rocker cutter (like they use in a pizza place). This recipe is Fab!
Fabulous! Will make these forever. thanks for posting
Sinful, sinful, sinful. DH fell in love with these at a party that we went to, so I had to search for a recipe to make them for him. I felt guilty just reading the ingredients list. Seriously--two and half sticks of butter??? And I used every yummy bit of it. No shortcuts here. But hey, the oatmeal's good for ya, right? :)
Awsome bars. Very rich so a little piece goes a long way. Made exactly as written and they are PERFECT. Thanks for posting.
When I saw this review I thought "Wow, someone finally tried and reviewed one of my entries" - but alas it was someone else's entry even though it is identical to my entry. Glad to see that people have been trying it regardless of whose entry has been used. It is a delightful dessert.