Chocolate-Oat Toffee Bars

Chocolate-Oat Toffee Bars

"Guests won't believe you whipped up these scrumptious bars so quickly. The from-scratch sensations come together easily and feature the chocolate and toffee flavor that folks crave."
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30 m servings
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Original recipe yields 15 servings

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  1. In a large microwave-safe bowl, melt butter; stir in the flour, oats, brown sugar and corn syrup. Press into a greased 9-in. square baking pan.
  2. Bake at 450 degrees F for 8-12 minutes or until golden-brown. Place on a wire rack. Sprinkle with chocolate chips. Let stand for 5 minutes; spread chocolate over crust. Sprinkle with toffee bits and pecans. Refrigerate until chocolate is set.

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these are delicious! I used old fashioned rolled oats instead of quick cooking and worked just fine. thanks for the great recipe - I'm going to hold onto this one. looks great on a cookie tray a...

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This recipe is, indeed, easy to make. It takes no time at all to throw together, and the end product looks like something you spent a LONG time making. They are lovely and simple. That said, ...

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these are delicious! I used old fashioned rolled oats instead of quick cooking and worked just fine. thanks for the great recipe - I'm going to hold onto this one. looks great on a cookie tray a...

These are good! I baked my oat crust for 8 minutes. I can see how it might get to crunchy if you bake it too long. You want it to stay a little moist so it's chewy instead of crunchy. They are r...

This recipe is, indeed, easy to make. It takes no time at all to throw together, and the end product looks like something you spent a LONG time making. They are lovely and simple. That said, ...

I made this bar exactly as written. Very easy to make and got many compliments

These bars were pretty good. I really liked the texture - nice and chewy, but they could have been a bit sweeter in my opinion. Make sure to watch the bottom part carefully - mine were done in j...

I will definitely make these again with one change: I will line the pan with foil. Though I greased the pan, it was insufficient to overcome the oats and corn syrup and I ended up getting an up...

yum! With the corn syrup my crust was just sweet enough. Delicious!! I made a batch for my bachelor pastor and he RAVED about them.

I made these bars with my 5 year old son and his friend for a playdate. It was a good/easy recipe to make with kids. I was underwhelmed by the crust which seemed a bit floury/crumbly/doughy or ...

Yummy! Hubby loves these and they were definately easy and fast to make. They've earned a spot on the Christmas cookie trays! A couple of tips. They are very hard to cut when very cold, so a...

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