Recipe by HersheysKitchens.com
"The most rich and delicious bar cookie you may ever try! The perfect combination of smooth and crunchy, the chocolate chips and toffee bits melt in your mouth in this delectable creation from the Hershey's Kitchens!"
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2 1/3 cups
packed light brown sugar
egg, slightly beaten
HERSHEY®'S Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips, divided
coarsely chopped nuts
1 (14 ounce) can
sweetened condensed milk (not evaporated milk)
1 3/4 cups
SKOR® English Toffee Bits
These bars are unbelievably delicious! A blend of short-bread like crust, with an unbeatable combination of chocolate and toffee bits in the topping. Personally, I like the taste of toffee with milk chocolate rather than regular semi-sweet, so I have used either milk chocolate chips, or else I "chunk up" a large bar of milk chocolate. Also, making these with fat-free sweetened condensed milk does not change the taste one bit. My family doesn't like nuts, so I leave them out. TRY THEM! They are fabulous!
Followed the recipe EXACTLY (I even measured out the chips instead of just dumping them in) and they look exactly like that cute little picture, but these should be called "un-inspired chocolate chip bars". There is very little actual toffee flavor and the bar has just a mediocre taste. I was certainly under-impressed. I have no idea what all the rave reviews are for and why this is considered "super" rich. Please! This wasn't even as sweet as a regular candy bar. Which is surprising when you look at all of the sweet things that go in it. But I looked at the recipe 20 times since then wondering how I could have such a different experience. But nope...I did it right.
I made these for our New Year's party and they were a big hit. Easy to make too! I used mini-chocolate chips instead of the big ones and it turned out very well. And, I accidentally left them in the oven a little long, but they still turned out great! Definintely mistake proof! Very good!
THE MOST REQUESTED DESSERT RECIPE EVER and hands down all-time family favorite. I've made bunches and bunches of times and they freeze well, too!! This one is dangerous for me to have in the freezer, however, because I crave them just knowing in they're available. My husband is not a sweet eater, but he LOVES these and cannot resist.
Absolutely Fabulous...rave reviews! Just a warning though...this is rich! lol
This is a very tasty,easy alternative and very nice change from your everyday choc. chip cookie! The recipe is easy to follow with delicious results. I made each serving size quite small, with this recipe yeilding about 60 servings. Small servings due to the VERY rich and flavorful bars. I was impressed with how easy this recipe is and even more impressed with the end result! *I added all the toffee bits to the top during the last baking step as I didn't want hard crunchy candy texture on top & added additional 1/2 cup chopped pecans to top layer for final baking as well*
At our house we refer to these as "Sinful Bars". They are very rich and thick, and fantastically delicious. They also freeze well and stay fresh-tasting for quite a long time after being defrosted, if you can keep them around long enough to prove it! We LOVE these bars!!!
I made these to take to a party. I did omit the nuts. I think these are good but I'm just not crazy about the sweetened condensed milk in them for some reason. I wonder what it would be like with a jar of caramel sauce poured over instead of the milk...I may try that :) But, it's obviously all up to individual tastes. Looking at the reviews, most people loved them. I liked them but don't think I'd make them "as is" again, I may try the caramel :) Thanks for posting!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Rich Chocolate Chip Toffee Bars
Serving Size: 1/48 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 48
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 102
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