thank you sharon for posting this recipe , it was in mr pickys moms cook book . and at least you have instructions . ive put on 30 of her recipes and my eyes are crossing lol she is an awesome cook and her recipes are different
I was really expecting greatness after reading the reviews. I thought the crust was kind of out of place. The topping was great and may have been better on its own. Thanks for the recipe.
Oh My...these are so awesome. I love the taste of sweet/salty anything and these are perfect for just such a craving. Reminds me of a PayDay Candybar. Thanks for a winner/keeper Sharon. Made for ZaarStars.
Great little chewy treats! Sent a bunch off with DH to bring to work. I love peanut butter and so I knew we would love these and we do. Followed directions exactly. Thanks Sharon!
I have made a recipe quite similar to this in the past, the crust was slightly different, I must say that this one is even better, I made this in an 11x7 pan and it fit very well, sent this home with my DS to enjoy, thanks for sharing Shar!
Tastes just like a salted nut candy bar. Everyone enjoyed.
I made these last night, cutting the recipe in half and they turned out wonderful. We can't get cornsyrup over here so I used golden syrup, no problem. Thanks for a delicious recipe!
These were good. Followed the recipe exactly, very easy to make. Would be good with a little chocolate or caramel drizzled on top. Tastes a lot like a candy bar. Thank you for an excellent recipe!!
I was so excited to find this recipe. We've been looking for it since we went to a holiday party early this month. Trust me, it lived up to our expectations and THEN SOME!
It doesn't get any better than this. Maybe it does, but these bars are close to paradise for any peanut lover. I can't get miniature marshmallows here so I made my own, snipping regular marshmallows into minatures. I also didn't have any peanut butter chips for the topping, so I used regular chocolate chips with two glops (very scientific measurement of peanutbutter) thrown in. I lined my pan with parchment paper so when everything was cooled down I just lifted it out and cut into squares. These were devoured in under 2 hours. I guess I'm going to either make them more often, or double/triple the recipe!