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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.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
32 servings
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posted:
10/27/2005
I love this recipe and have made it more than once, however, I use milk chocolate bars broken up. The milk chocolate is not as rich as the semi-sweet. Also, if you use a plastic knife while the bars are warm it makes the cutting much easier. Do the same for brownies!! Enjoy
posted:
10/26/2005
The next time I make this, I'll use semi-sweet chocolate chips instead of chopping the squares. It'll be much quicker. Also, you need more butter to mix with the graham crackers - half a stick isn't enough.
posted:
10/19/2005
I found in a 13X9 in. pan the bars were too thin. When I make it again I will use a smaller pan. However, the bars were really good !
posted:
10/18/2005
My husband LOVED this, said he'd tasted this somewhere before around the holidays and always wanted more. But I must have not done it right b/c everyone said it was 'so easy'. I had a difficult time crushing the crackers and chopping the choc. and my hubby was helping... but it was worth the work... Mmmm!
posted:
10/18/2005
It was very easy and my family love it. I don't like raisins, so I used chocolate chips. They were great.
posted:
10/6/2005
Absolutely delicious, SO easy to make, a total HIT with the whole family. IMPOSSIBLE to eat just one!
posted:
10/4/2005
This is an excellent recipe, if you love chocolate and coconut together, it can't be beat!! I've also used this with a base of English biscuits crushed and it is works great, too! Enjoy, enjoy!!
posted:
9/30/2005
Wow! These are definitely a keeper.
posted:
9/30/2005
Really easy my granddaughter almost 5 and I made these togeather and she loved helping me with this recipe. And we loved eating them as well!
posted:
9/28/2005
I REMEMBER HAVING TASTED THIS RECIPE A FEW YEARS AGO, BUT IT HAD A "DIFFERENT NAME TITLE" I MADE IT THEN, AND I MADE IT NOW!! I WILL CONTINUE MAKING IT AS MY FAMILY & CHURCH GROUP WENT NUTS OVER IT & THANKS TO YOUR MANY VIEWERS THE VARIATIONS OF BUTTERSCOTCH, ETC. WERE EVEN MORE HEAVENLY. THIS TREAT GOES A VERY LONG WAY.
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