By Sydney Mike on September 11, 2008
Photo by CoffeeB
Photo by CoffeeB
"The original of this slightly tweaked recipe was found in the Betty Crocker Special Edition Fall Baking, 2004. Preparation time does not include the hour needed to cool the baked bars."
Serving Size: 1 (39 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 24
"Delicious! My cashews weren't salted, but I'd like to try them with salted cashews as well, to see what CB is talking about. These were super easy and quick, too! I sprinkled the top with icing sugar, which was a pretty touch. Thanks for posting, Syd!"
"Fabulously rich and so absolutely sinful. Who wouldn't like the taste of salty sweet and especially if the salty is cashews. What a great find:-) Made for MarketTag."
"These are wonderful! Love cashews so I knew these couldn't disappoint. Made just as stated. Thanks for sharing! Made for Gimme 5 tag."
"Made for hubby & Carly who love butterscotch who both gave it a thumbs up. Thanks Mike, this made them both happy. Made for PRMR, a tag game."
"OUTSTANDING!! Mike, this is a winner. Made the recipe as called with no changes. This will definately hit your taste buds. Probably going to make another batch, and store them. Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders."
"Scrumptous! It had been a while since I was on Zaar. Holidays were here and I wanted to make something new. FORTUNATELY I found Mike, who had been kind enough to rate several of my recipes, I decided to take a look at what he has here. I found this one which made my tastebuds explode. This was a huge hit this Christmas and will definately be made again in the near future as I did not get to share in the pleasure of eating as many as I would like considering I made them as part of my annual cookie swap. :) Thanks hon for a great recipe can't wait to dive into your recipes a bit more. P.S. I was even kind enough to leave one out for the squirrels Christmas morning and my cats enjoyed watching them eat it all morning. Big hit all around. :)"
"I went to make this & then realised at the last minute, almost all my butterscotch chips were gone so used about 1/3 cup butterscotch & the rest cinnamon chips that were given to me in a swap, this tastes absolutely wonderful and also keeps very well, was still good to eat up to a week after baking as long as kept in a cool place & in an airtight container. Thanks Syd!"