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Favorite Chocolate Caramel Nut Bars

Favorite Chocolate Caramel Nut Bars recipe
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Chocolate chunks, walnuts and gooey caramel are sandwiched between a chocolate crust and topping in these rich, decadent bar cookies.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
48 min
servings
total:
32 servings, 1 bar each
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posted:
11/30/2008
Super Rich. But good. I had to cook it longer then what it said.
posted:
11/6/2008
I used caramel sauce (ice-cream topping) instead of caramels melted because this is what I had on hand. This recipe was great! My husband said these were the best "brownies" he had ever had!
posted:
3/22/2008
This was so easy and everyone really liked it. I want to use pecans next time.
posted:
1/22/2008
This recipe has been a favorite of my family's for many years. I pulled up this recipe so I can send the bars to my kids away at college for Valentine's Day. I recommend it - even if it takes a little time to unwrap the caramels.
posted:
1/14/2008
This Recipe was a complicated disaster. First of all the caramels are individually wrapped so it takes several minutes to unwrap all of them. My Grocery store didn't carry the chocolate chunks so I used Baker's baking bar instead. When I tried to cut it into chunks it just crumbled. I was expecting the cake mix to look like the consistency of regular cake mix but it resembled brown sugar. It would be helpful if they mentioned this. When i finally got ready for the caramel mix it was stuck in the pan I tried reheating it but that didn't really help. Then to top it all of I discovered the bottom coil of my oven had broken! So I had to broil it and Broil is only high or low it doesn't tell you the temperature. So it took 3 times to get it done. And this was all before church yesterday.
posted:
11/16/2006
Its a Wonderful & easy recipe.I became so famous with this recipe,Thank you.
posted:
9/15/2006
Wonderful! I chilled the bars for several hours as another baker suggested and found them very hard to cut. After sitting on the counter for a while, they were much easier to cut so I won't chill for as long in the future. Gooey and delicious!
posted:
8/14/2006
I dreamed about this dessert after it was all gone and I cannot wait to make it again!! It certainly is a big crowd pleaser and easy (yet sticky) to make. I let mine chill overnight in the refridgerator and still had a little trouble getting it to cut into bars.
posted:
7/12/2006
WOW!! This went over big on Bunko night! All the gals loved it. I used walnuts for a Turtle twist, it was so easy to make, but it doesn't look or taste like it. I refrigerated it for a couple hours before I cut into it, and it was a perfect conistency! I will make this again and again and again!
posted:
7/1/2006
Sooo yummy. I had a little trouble filling the bottom layer with the cake mixture, but it spread out nice. People really do assume it takes a long time to make. The carmel is gooey, but not runny, so it's easy to cut.
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