Top-ranked recipe named "Nut Goodie Bars"
Awesome holiday dessert! Perfect for chocolate loverss!
"These are super yummy and simple, but be sure to grease the pan first! I didn't and ran into major problems removing them from the pan, whereas my mom sprayed her pan and they popped right out. "- angrose
Put 9x13 inch glass pan in the refrigerator.
In double broiler, melt together chocolate chips and butterscotch chips. Add peanut butter and mix until melted and creamy. Poor HALF of the mixture in glass pan and put pan back in fridge until top of mixture is dull.
In separate bowl, combine powdered sugar, sweet & condensed milk, melted butter, and maple extract. Poor mixture on top of chocolate in pan.
Sprinkle peanuts on top, then poor remainder of chocolate over peanuts. Refrigerate for about an hour. Pull pan out of refrigerator and let sit at room temperature for about 20 minutes. Cut into 1 inch squares and let sit at room temperature for another 20 minutes before removing bars from pan.
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melissamertins 2 years agoThey were very good. Taste just like the ones my grandma made.... Only problem is that the white filling is still runny and it wont get firm. I have to put them in the freezer to keep is solid. What can I do so that this doesn't happen again?
angrose 3 years agoThese are super yummy and simple, but be sure to grease the pan first! I didn't and ran into major problems removing them from the pan, whereas my mom sprayed her pan and they popped right out.
BerinaBob 3 years agoI just made these for a party today and received rave reviews!
bster2 6 years ago[I posted this recipe.]