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Oh yum! I made these for a picnic the other day, I used a bit more of the chocolate and butterscotch chips and the coconut. It was delicious. They cookies are very rich, but that did not stop my company from eatting them all. I made another batch last evening and put them in the freezer for an easy last minute dessert. We will make these again and again.
These are "to die for" good. I've been making them for years. The only thing I do different is that I don't add the pecans because my kids don't like nuts. I also use the whole 12oz. bag of both chips. The more the better. I do have one warning. Once you make them for a picnic or event you will be constantly asked to make them again.
So easy and so good!! I have heard of these, but never made them and now these will be part of my permanent holiday tray!! Made as directed and they were great! Made for Photo Forums 2010 Holiday Celebration.
OOH these are SO easy and SO yummy. Great for kids to make also. I also know these to be called "Hello Dollies". I recently made them for a fundraising bake sale. People were amazed how easy they are to make and most ingredients are in the pantry already ! A MUST TRY... at least once.
wonderful I didnt have any sweetend condensed milk on hand so i used Avanti's Bread for that. The kids love them and so do the neighbors.
I tried making it myself but used Andes Mint Baking Chips because I ran out of choc. chips and left out the butterscotch. It came out pretty well but tasted better cold b/c of the mints. I still prefer the regular choc. chips to my Andes substitution. Overall great recipe.
at our house, these are called "magic cookie bars," and it's no wonder why. the only change i make is to put the sweetened condensed milk layer right on top of the graham crust, and i sub walnuts for pecans.
Excellent and SO EASY to prepare. They are a HIT wherever I go!
These were so good! I work at a salon, and the girls have been begging me to bring them in again! Thanks so much!