Original recipe yields 30 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie dietSee full nutrition
Wow, I wasn't expecting something this good for so few ratings. One thing I did different was melt 20 individually wrapped caramels, like I saw on another recipe on this site, into the condense...
I make these all of the time. They're fast, easy, and someone always asks for the recipe. A suggestion: Be sure to use unsalted butter, otherwise the crust is too salty.
I make these bars all of the time. People seem to really like them. If you do not like coconut, this is probably not the recipe for you.
Jessiker....when you put your crust mixture in the pan it helps to flatten the crust using a flat metal spatula. Really flatten the hooey out of the crust before adding in the other ingredients.
We make the easier version of this every Christmas. Skip the melting and the peanut butter and just sprinkle on the chocolate chips onto the coconut before baking.
These are ridiculously good. They were so easy to make but pack an amazing taste and look fancy. Eventually I had to take them to work to get them out of the house so I wouldn't eat them all!
Prepared exact recipe and it was DELICIOUS! We will definitely make them again and again! THANK YOU!
These worked out good for me. I needed more graham wafer crumbs and more chocolate for the top with the 13x9 inch pan! I lined my glass pan with parchment paper and it made it easy to take them ...