Samoa Supreme Bar Cookies

This is a variation of the Samoa Cookie Copycat recipe found here at Recipezaar posted by melismac. This is a much easier recipe and makes it more feasible for my hectic life!

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  • Melt half the chocolate chips and spread them in a 9x13 lightly greased cake pan.
  • Break up shortbread cookies into big pieces and layer on top of the chocolate.
  • Toast Coconut (if needed) set aside.
  • Prepare topping.
  • In 2-quart saucepan over medium-low heat, combine butter, sugar and corn syrup.
  • Heat to a full boil, stirring constantly with a wooden spoon.
  • Boil 3 minutes, stirring constantly.
  • Slowly pour in sweetened condensed milk, stirring constantly.
  • Continue cooking over low heat until candy thermometer reaches 220-228 degrees.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Stir in vanilla.
  • Beat until creamy.
  • Immediately stir in toasted coconut and mix well.
  • Spoon mixture over shortbread cookies and spread.
  • Cool completely.
  • Melt remaining chocolate chips and drizzle thinly over cookies and let chocolate harden at room temperature.
  • Cut into squares.
  • Store in airtight container.
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  1. LaurietheLibrarian
    Like others, I couldn't get the coconut and shortbread to stick together. I am going to keep trying to adjust by using a different shortbread recipe and lessen the coconut. The flavor is terrific and I kept sampling the broken pieces. Yum! Good for home but not to give as a gift.
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  2. jamieisjewish
    I really liked how these taste. I have made them twice already, and will likely make them again. I haven't been able to get these to stay together well enough to cut them into a nice shaped bar. Luckily, I was only making them for my family and we don't care what it looks like or what layers were missing. SO GOOD, just wish it stuck together better.
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  3. Stephanie Z.
    These bar cookies were very easy to make and very rich and delicious. A couple of things: 1) the bar layers didn't really stay together (shortbread and coconut mixture didn't stick) when I removed them from the pan..I'm not sure if it was the shortbread cookies I used? 2) I'd recommend using more like 2/3 of the chocolate chips for the bottom of the cake pan and drizzling the remaining 1/3 melted chocolate on top. 3) Adding a little bit of milk to the melted chocolate makes it easier to spread and drizzle. Otherwise, these were delicious and a great way to simplify Recipe #37459
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  4. mandabears
    this is amazing!!!! i love samoas, but this is even better. easy and incredible. i used a box of lorna doones for the shortbread and a mixture of milk and semi sweet chocolate morsels and low fat condensed milk.
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  5. Emily
    This is a variation of the Samoa Cookie Copycat recipe found here at Recipezaar posted by melismac. This is a much easier recipe and makes it more feasible for my hectic life!
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