These are SO good! I made them without nuts and crushed up some chocolate teddy grahams to get the 1 1/2 cups of graham cracker crumbs.
Excellent squares. I wanted to use up a can of Eagle Brand and some graham cracker crumbs so this recipe was perfect. Since I didn't have any parchment paper on hand, I greased the pan, lined it with foil paper long enough to go up the sides of the pan, and greased it again. I cooled the squares for 10 minutes on a rack, removed the paper carefully (they are still hot); cooled them for an additional 35 minutes (put the timer on) then cut them into squares. I found if they get too cold they are difficult to cut into squares.
Wow these are sweet! I substituted milk chocolate chips for the semi-sweet and pecans for the walnuts because that is what I had on hand. My can of sweetened condensed milk was smaller than 14 ounces but they still came out great. I had to cook them for about 5 mins longer than instructed because the top just looked too gooey at 30 mins. They were still gooey after cooling but in a good way! Thanks for an easy recipe.
my friend has made this for years minus the nuts. but we called it cow patty. of course we are from texas. great stuff TLA
soooo good and easy! i am in the process of learning to cook and this is the first desert i have made that turned out good! I only changed 2 things: i took out the nuts and i didn't cook it as long as the recipe says too