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Chewy Choco-Nut Triangles

Chewy Choco-Nut Triangles recipe
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Save time during the holiday rush by assembling and freezing these great-tasting treats ahead of time.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
32 servings
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posted:
2/10/2007
I've made these twice now in the past week! My husband loves them and my friends at work did too. The second time I made them, I couldn't find the white chocolate squares so I used chips. That worked fine, but I couldn't melt them for the top. And I also used a cookie sheet the second time and I like the thickness better.
posted:
1/16/2007
I made these as Christmas gifts along with other cookies and I got the most compliments on these. My husband and father love them. I've had people ask for the recipe. They do come out thicker than the picture-but that is not a problem-they taste wonderful. The drizzling is not hard. Melt the chocolate and put it in a small ziploc. Cut a small hole and squeeze away! These never last long around my house.
posted:
1/16/2007
I loved this recipe. I actually cut the recipe in half because I was trying it out on my husband and brother to see if they were any good. They loved them too!
posted:
1/6/2007
This is very yummy. I don't like peanuts so I tried pecans the first time I made it. I made it again today, and tried it with walnuts - equally delicious. Taste good too without adding the chocolate drizzals on top. This recipe is a keeper in our household!!
posted:
12/30/2006
My family gobbled these down fast. They did come out thicker than the picture, but still quite tasty!
posted:
12/24/2006
Like the others stated, mine came out too thick/fluffy, even after using a bigger pan and spreading out more (after reading other reviews). I suspect two things: high altitude (I'm at 6000 ft) and I tend to beat batters too long. Also, I used cashews instead of peanuts which came out great. I'll give this one another shot.
posted:
12/24/2006
I used macadamia nuts instead. They turned out great but I had to cook mine for 40 minutes. I wish I had read the comments here first which I usually do to get tips. I was debateing to use the jelly roll pan. I will next time. Tip about the chocolate drizzle. Cut a very tiny hole if you want it to look like theirs and cut the bars right after so the chocolate won't crumble on you. Cut pushing large Chef's knife straight down don't drag it across. Clean your knife off in between cuts to keep them looking neat. Merry Christmas!!
posted:
12/23/2006
I used a jelly roll pan (15 x 10) and the recipe came out great -- if the pan were smaller I think the bars would be too thick. The peanuts & white chocolate are a nice accent to the great chewiness.
posted:
12/23/2006
I made this for a fundraiser. It sold like hot cakes! I agree that the chocolate drizzle isn't very easy to do. So I did the choco chip/white choco chip substitue as well. Came out great! Also sprinkles or M&Ms would dress it up!
posted:
12/19/2006
Really easy to make. Mine also turned out thicker than what the picture shows. Because they came out thick, I cut mine into squares, it just didn't look as nice when I cut them into triangles. I did not have squares of white chocolate, instead I measured about 6 tablespoons of white chocolate chips and added it to the batter. They came out perfect. Really delicious! I will make these again.
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