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These are really close to snickers, maybe even better!! My kids made these for our Christmas guests and everyone wanted a plate to take home!! They are a little time consuming but the kids had fun, one thing I will say is this; we used an 11x7 inch pan (because everything else was being used for Christmas dinner) and it was a little too small, which concentrated the sweetness. Definitely will use the 9x13 next time, great recipe!! Thanks :)
Amazing! I ended up using half and half instead of the whipping cream but it still turned out great! I put the pan in the fridge between layers, but would definitely recommend freezing them before cutting... Thanks for sharing!
Very, very, good!!!! Thank You for the great recipe!!!
Awesome! Absolutely loved these! I, too am having an issue with the bottom layer sticking. Tried greasing the bottom of my 9x13 pyrex dish, will see if that helps.
Also, butterscotch chips are a pain to melt. They don't melt at the same temp. as the chocolate, so I would use a double boiler method with those two layers to keep them from seizing up.
These are fantastic!! They tast identical to a real snickers.
These came together very quickly and were great! For me, they were 'almost' a snickers bar. I ended up freezing the whole pan overnight and cut the candy into bars the next morning with a knife dipped in hot water and dryed with a towel. Mine looked just like the posted pictures, very impressive looking candy!
Ridiculously good candy bars! Everything came together wonderfully. I did have to add a tad more evaporated milk to the mallow creme mixture to get it to pour on and spread nicely, but other than that, perfect!! Will be making these many, many times for sure! Thanks so much!!
Absolutely decadent...while I was making these treats I started to think Why am I doing this, I could just buy a bag of Snickers bars? WRONG...they are so much better than store-bought and really not t6oo much trouble at all. Hubby's office is having a Halloween Potluck and I have become known for my treats...can't wait for the reviews...Thanks Julie
OH...MY...GOODNESS! i can't even begin to say enough about this recipe. i made this for my aunt (who has been very ill) and wanted to eat them all myself. i limited myself to 2 small squares, but it took quite a bit of self control! there were several steps to this and it took some time, but it was totally worth it. these are definitely better than the snickers you can buy at the store. this is going in my recipe book to make again (and again and again!)
This is a great recipe! I followed the recipe exactly as written for the first batch. Not being a sweet eater, they were far too sweet for me. The second time I made them, I redfuced the sugar to 1/2 cup and they were terrific! People have scarfed them down!