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This is a great recipe! I always bring these when I visit someone - a perfect houseguest gift. I often end up using more butterscotch and chocolate chips.
These classic cookies taste wonderful and a sturdier crust really puts them over the edge! Made two batches and there still weren't enough to go around!
These were great! I used a cup of chocolate and a cup of butterscotch chips. Just like what Mom used to make!
This recipe has always been a favorite...and the sturdier crust makes a lot more sense! So delicious and easy for the holidays. Thanks for sharing!
Great way to save the crust from being a big crumbly mess. Thanks for posting this!
Easy and good. Even easier to cut if you line the pan with foil or parchement and left it out before cutting.
These bars are amazing and i love the crust! i used 1 1/2 cups of chocolate chips instead of 1/2 butterscotch.... and if you have a chocolate craving this recipe is sure to satify it! thanks for sharing such a fast and simple recipe!!! it looks like i worked so hard but prep time was less then 2 minutes... i love that!!!
The crust makes such a big difference, I've had them where the crust was thin so it was hard to get them out of the tray, but this recipe is fantastic!
I love these bars and I think the sturdier crust made them even better! Sometimes when I made them the old way they would fall apart, but this crust really helps them stay together. The only problem that I had was that two cups of graham cracker crumbs wasn't quite enough to cover the bottom of my dish (I used the size the recipe called for) so I had to make up another batch and use part of that. Otherwise this recipe was perfect. Easy and delicious! Thanks for posting!
So glad to see this recipe...I love these classic bars! The sturdier crust does make a diffrence. I also use unsweetned coconut, only because the condensed milk is already so sweet. Yum, Yum!