Tasty enough for any occasion, these butterscotch haystacks are mounded with a mixture of peanut butter, butterscotch morsels, marshmallows and chow mein noodles. To enjoy in a snap, make them the microwave way.
by J. Jessica
, SC on Sep. 2011
I have eaten these before but never made them. Super easy! The recipe made 24 heaping "haystacks" for me. :) delic!
They won't last long!!
by D. Diane
, Pittsburgh, PA on Mar. 2011
I LOVE these cookies. We have always left out the marshmallows and think they are amazing. They are sweet but not too sweet! And they always get eaten very quickly! This is one of my favorite cookies!
Yummy treat for kids and adults
by T. Terri
, Fort Atkinson, WI on Feb. 2010
I haven't met anyone yet who does not like these! I made them for my daughter's class and also for work and they were gone in no time!
by T. Tanya
, Georgia on Sep. 2009
I'm so happy to have found this! These are really good when you're craving something sweet and it's great for parties.
Almost like my old recipe
by D. Donna
, Nixon, TX on Jul. 2009
Hi, we tried this recipe, it is almost like my old recipe. I had not made them in years. We would use the shoestring potatoes you buy in the can. They were real crispy and we added Nestles semi sweet morsels and minature marshmellows. Taste almost like fudge with nuts, just easier. I did like this recipe also. A little too salty though .
We LOVE haystacks!
by L. Lee
, on Jul. 2009
I remember these from my childhood. Now my daughter and I make them. We usually omit the marshmellows, melt some Semi-Sweet Morsels and dunk the bottoms of the cooled haystacks in the chocolate. Love the salty-sweet thing!
by C. Christina
, Lakewood, OH on Apr. 2009
I made these for a work party a few yrs back. They were sweet & people seemed to like them.
by J. Jan
, Blytheville, AR on Feb. 2009
We always love these, even add salty peanuts or cashews from time to time. I always fix these when we have "movie night".
MY MOM MADE THESE FOR ME WHEN I WAS YOUNG
by P. PAUL
, MOORINGSPORT,LA on Feb. 2009
I'VE BEEN EATING THESE SINCE I WAS A KID, BUT I'VE FOUND OVER THE YEARS THAT REPLACING THE NOODLES WITH RICE CEREAL MAKE THIS A SNACK ALL AGES CAN ENJOY. A NICE TREAT FOR KID AGES 1 AND OLDER.
by L. Lissa
, COLORADO SPRINGS, CO on Feb. 2009
These are definitely the bomb if you love making haystacks for the holidays. They are awesome if you use cornflakes or whole oats instead of the noodles.
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