Recipe by EAGLE BRAND®
"These bars are delicious. A crunchy oat and brown sugar crust is covered with a sweet caramel layer and topped off with chocolate. What more do you need?"
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margarine or butter, melted and divided
firmly packed brown sugar
Pillsbury BEST® All Purpose Flour
finely chopped walnuts
1 (14 ounce) can
EAGLE BRAND® Sweetened Condensed Milk
semi-sweet chocolate chips
Additional chopped walnuts
This was phenominal! I had people in pain, it was so good that it hurt! For the crust I used half a cup of oats, a quarter cup of crushed graham crackers and a quarter cup of shredded coconut (dessicated coconut). I also sprinkled the top layer with coconut along with the walnuts. Fantastic! The gooey layer of condensed milk is a taste that can't compare with anything else. OBVIOUSLY I will make these again and again and again.... **Note: be sure to grease your pan well
I followed the recipe to a T and this is not something I will make again. I lined the pan with tin foil and also sprayed the foil and they are a mess to get out. They are very rich and almost like candy bars but too rich for me. The 7 layer bars are so much better and I felt this was a waste of ingredients. Sorry.
So easy to make, so delicious, and looks great on a cookie tray! I followed the recipe exactly...but to make things easier, I lined my 9x13 pan with foil and sprayed generously with cooking spray. I ground up the walnuts for the crust in my food processor. Once the bars came out of the oven, I sprinkled on the choco chips, then put back in the oven for less than a minute, this really helped melt the chocolate and made it easy to spread. Also, I topped my bars with toffee brickle bits instead of nuts. One more helpful hint - I had trouble getting my chocolate to set, and you can't cut these until the chocolate has hardened. Once the bars have cooled, place them in the fridge for about 30 minutes to set the chocolate, then cut. I cut mine into triangles...so pretty. Thanks for a great recipe that I will make again! Everyone thought these cookies were delicious!
These taste delicious, but were a little thinner/flatter than I expected. I think next time I will double the caramel layer so you notice it more. As it is the chocolate kind of overwhelms the toffee flavor.
Major yumminess! They're very rich. I cut them into small bites just big enough to pop into your mouth. I think only about 1 1/2 cups choco chips are enough. But really, how can something have too much chocolate? ;-)
These were very good, but I would use milk choco chips next time. It was just too much with the semi-sweet (and I only used 1.25 cups, not 2). The chocolate kind of "hides" the caramel. I put this in a 7x11 instead of 9x13, which worked very well. Otherwise it would have been too thin (thanks to reviewers who pointed this out). My condensed milk kind of curdled too on the stovetop, but it turned out ok. I used whole wheat pastry flour and rolled oats. Next time, I would omit the nuts on top.
The end result was delicious but I encountered some problems while making these bars. First off, I don't think I baked the crust long enough and I think I might have over cooked the condensed milk as it started to almost curdle and then when pouring it over the crust, there was not enough so I ended up using two cans of condensed milk. Overall the ended up tasting awesome especially for those that love the condensed milk gooey-ness. They were baked for my family reunion christmas party and I ended up getting lots of compliments and they were devoured fast.
Very, very good and rich! I let the crust cook a little too long and the edges were hard. I set my timer for 10 minutes and that seemed a tad too long...so maybe closer to 8 or 9 minutes next time. I loved the condensed milk layer. Definitely for those who have a major sweet tooth.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Toffee Bars by EAGLE BRAND(R)
Serving Size: 1/36 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 36
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 70
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