Dee, these are so sinful! I made them for the Pick a Chef thread. My husband and I pigged out on them! We couldn't even wait for them to cool completely, which was ok, they're nice and gooey that way. Very easy to make, quick to cook, there isn't anything bad about these. Except not being able to stop eating them! Thanks!
These are outstanding. I double the recipe in a 9 X 13 pan. Increased baking time about 5 minutes. These also freeze well and can be made ahead of time and thawed to serve. Really easy and delicious!
These were really good and I doubled the recipe to make a 9x13 pan. Next time I am going to use only half the amount of both butterscotch and chocolate chips as I found it a bit too sweet. Thank you for sharing this recipe.
These are super yummy and goey! I made a double batch in a 9X11 pan. I baked them for about 23 minutes and was not sure how to tell if they were done. They smelled like they were done :-). I was afraid to cook them longer for fear that they might get too done. The center is quite gooey. Might have benefited with a few more minutes in the oven. Thanks for sharing!
Awesome! Made these for a group of highschool basketball boys and they heartily approved! Definately a easy bar to make and delicious. Thanks!
These are to die for. I used white chocolate chips instead of butterscotch, since they were all I had on hand, and the result is incredible. so insanely rich, perfectly gooey, fantastic.
This looked like a recipe that would travel well, so I made it for a birthday gift and sent it (today) from HI to CA. I brought the extra bars into the office and got mixed reviews; some thought they were way too sweet, most thought they were very tasty! I used Pecans and also sprinkled some on top, hoping to cut some of the sweetness. Quick and easy to prepare and definitely worthy of gift-giving! Mahalo for posting!
My family loved these bars. Deliciously rich, tastes like caramel and chocolate. definitely different than any bars I have had before. I will be bringing these to the next pot luck at work.
Came across this recipe years ago in an old cookbook my sister-in-law gave me. Lost the recipe but delighted to come across it now. These are sinfully rich and so good I could eat the pan of squares in one sitting. Dangerous recipe.