5 Reviews

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.

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AZDang December 13, 2007

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.

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foodtvfan June 18, 2005

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.

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Rosiegirl January 30, 2008

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

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TLA July 28, 2005

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

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Suzanne Speight December 31, 2002
Simplest 5 ingredient sweet heaven