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Chocolate Walnut Coconut Bars

Chocolate Walnut Coconut Bars recipe
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A graham cracker crust is topped with chocolate chunks, coconut, walnuts and raisins and sweetened condensed milk then baked for easy, yummy cookie bars.
10 min
40 min
32 servings
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Am going to make several batches!
This recipe was not good. The worst thing was that the craft website tells you to put foil in the pan and the ingredients on top of the foil. Well.....once everything's baked in the oven at 350 degrees, you can't get the food off the foil, in fact it bakes right to the bottom creating this huge mess. This same thing happened when I tried to make the brownies that are cappucino/cream cheese so I would highly recommend not doing that and just greasing the pan. The coconut made this too chewy, not enough texture. Also, it says to use apprx. 1 1/2 cups of crushed gram crackers, but that's only about 6 whole ones, not 11 like it claims, so I didn't know which one to use.
I made this for Thanksgiving and everyone loved it! I am not a big fan of raisins either and used butterscotch chips instead. AWESOME! Will make again.
These tasted marvelous and were a big hit at Thanksgiving. I am not a fan of raisins and did not use them which did not affect cooking times. I would have ranked this higher but it adhered to the tinfoil. If this happens to you, I found that applying heat (from a lighter) released the foil easier than when I was just trying to pick it off.
Everyone loved these bars. I used boxed gram cracker crumbs and it was a lot easier & faster.
I make it for Thanksgiving and my family loved it! They really made a big deal of it and asked for it again.
Had without the raisins. Perfect holiday treat!
These are so great! Since members of my family are not fond of raisins, I substituted butterscotch chips and it was a nice addition!
Great recipe and easy to make. Everyone loved it!! I've been asked to make more.
Love it: Great hit at bake sales and other events. I made them for a house warming and they were the first to go. Quick and easy even for non bakers. I have left out the walnuts and added the amount in raisins and it has turned out fine.
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