Recipe by Dale
"Reminds one of that yummy ice cream flavor."
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1 1/2 cups
graham cracker crumbs
1 1/2 cups
1 1/2 cups
semisweet chocolate chips
1 1/2 cups
1 (14 ounce) can
sweetened condensed milk
2 (1 ounce) squares
This recipe is GREAT.
We did exactly as written except I didn't have squares of chocolate.
I put about 1/2 c chocolate chips into a sandwich baggie and melted in a bowl over the warm oven (though I'm sure it would have been just as easy in the microwave). Then I cut the corner of the baggie in order to make it simple to drizzle the chocolate over the bars. PERFECT!!
These are tasty warm -- but EXCELLENT the next day when they've cooled completely (we made them at night and the next morning they were perfect!)
This was a pretty simple but yummy recipe. My modifications - I increased the graham crackers to 2 cups and the butter to 3/4 cup to make a thicker crust, and decreased the chocolate chips to 1 cup (I think it'd be way too sweet with 2 cups of chips). I also used chocolate graham crackers instead of the regular kind. Since the crust was thicker I ended up cooking about 30-35 minutes. It turned out pretty well, and it was an interesting variation on the traditional Magic Layer bars. Very sweet and chewy!
Wow, easy, attractive, and delicious! I love recipes like this, everyone thinks you had to labor over it, but it took me 15 minutes to put together! I used pecan (personal preference) and 1 cup chocolate chips with 1 cup peanut butter chips. For the topping I melted the chocolate in the microwave, 45 seconds on high, then stirred well, then in 30 second intervals with stirring in between until just melted. It is easy to scorch chocolate in the microwave so it needs to be stirred often. Then I used a teaspoon to splatter it on the top. It was a little to thick to drizzle. I will definitely make this one again. Oh yeah, be forewarned it is very sweet!!
Worth it. Quick and Cheap, but will make you look like a Rock Star at the bake sale or for the family. I made it for a bake sale at work. 9x 13 in pan used 1 cup choc chips, 2 C graham crackers 1 1/3 C walnuts, 2 C. marshmallow 1 can sweet milk nix the coconut but drizzled with 2 Tbsp. melted peanut butter and choc. Will use 2.5 C. of graham crackers with the next batch, needs thicker crust. Cooled in fridge 30 min ,then cut. Served on parchment paper, best served indoors due to ingredients.
These turned out great. I cooled them for about 15 minutes, sliced them and then placed them on wax paper. I then cooled them in the refrigerator seperately so they'd harden. They were then perfect for packing up and transporting!
I followed the suggestions of SONJAY, 2.5C of Graham crackers, 2C of marshmallows. I used Macadamia, Walnut, Peacan, Almonds and Cashews. White chocolate was used for drizzle. The children really enjoyed this.
I am gonna have to lay down after I write this review. I just ate a row of gooey goodness and I feel a sugar coma setting in. :) By the way I substituted pecans for walnuts, mixed half chocolate and half butterscotch chips and ommited the coconut because that is what I had or didn't have. Great recipe for kids to help make.
Easy recipe. I change the ingredients all the time, I add carmels, peanut butter chips, etc.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 113
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