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Very good! Next time (and there will be a next time!), I will cut down on the coconut, I threw in an extra egg because the topping batter was pretty stiff. Also, I'll bake the crust a bit longer, as it was not set after only ten minutes. Thanks for posting this delicious recipe!
These are soooo good. I was in a baking mood and decided to find a recipe where I could use up some almonds I had in the cupboard. I doubled the recipe, except for the salt (never been big on salt) and it turned out beautifully. Cooking times were the same except for the crust which I cooked for about 5 minutes longer. These are really easy and quick to make and would definitely be ideal to take on a plate to a small party.
I hanen't made it yet but,i m planing to; it's a good little bar for breakfast.
I made these on the spare of the moment. They went together so quickly. The crust is so light and the topping nice and chewy. This is a keeper. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
These are easy to put together and the results were devine. If you are trying to imagine what these are like, imagine a cookie akin to pecan pie; a delicate crust with a gooey layer topped by a slight crispy layer of coconut and almonds. My only change might be to make a bit more crust, but that's just a personal preference as these were a huge hit at my office party. Thanks Theresa!
Off to a potluck we went in our fancy plastic container and home came the container empty!! Easy dish to prepare for a bunch of people.