By Kittencalskitchen on June 01, 2007
Photo by Breezytoo
Photo by Breezytoo
"warning...these are *extremely* addicting, be prepared to eat half a pan right away! if desired reduce the coconut and add in some chopped nuts :)"
Serving Size: 1 (63 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 20
"These are pretty darn good! Nor a huge fan of coconut in baked goods normally but I had some leftover from a birthday cake I made for my mother. These taste like almond joy in cookie form. They needed to bake a little longer because they were still "wet" in the middle. I did have some trouble getting them out of the pan, but only a little. Tasty morsels!"
"These bars are excellent! I agree that the bars need to bake for an additional 5 minutes over the suggested baking time. I can't wait to make them again."
"Really good chocolate chip cookie bar, but mine had to bake for 30-35 minutes. They were still doughy in the middle at 25 minutes. Great served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream."
"Yum! These are indeed addicting! They're not an overly sweet bar, but the coconut and chocolate make them easy to just keep going back for more! :) I did add about a half cup of chopped walnuts as well and used a 71/2 X 11" pan to get a thicker bar (personal choice) and the baking time was right on at 25 minutes. Thanks for sharing another keeper kitten! :)"
"A perfect bar recipe again from Kit! :) These are so tasty and moist. Mine baked up in 30 minutes. LOVE the coconut addition to these bars. They were a big hit at a high school gathering at my house! Poof - they were gone! Glad I tagged you in 123 Hits. :)"
"Currently eating this now...so good, gooey and delicious. Substituted shortening with 150grams of butter - I have never tried shortening in baking (however I am a novice baker), and they turned out fine. Also baked it for 25mins and they turned out how I liked them - a lil bit gooey but firm at the same time."