Moist and chocolatey, these Disappearing Chocolate Bars will be a favorite with the chocolate fan in your family. Frost them with Creamy Chocolate Icing to make them even more irresistible.
Disappointing Chocolate Bars
by j. jan
, , on Mar. 2010
yuck - I followed the directions precisely. I am disappointed that I wasted all the ingredients - not to mention the calories i consumed while trying a piece! I did not like the texture nor the taste at all.
Disapperaing Chocolate Bars
by S. Sonia
, on Sep. 2009
Great. Very creamy and full of good chocolate taste. My family loves them.
by M. Marie
, Binghamton on Mar. 2008
The texture of these bars is ecstasy, soo moist. It kind of reminded me of flourless chocolate cake but better. I used white chocolate chips instead of the walnuts and highly recommend it, I think the walnuts would have disturbed the texture. If you love chocolate you won't be disappointed with this one.
by S. Stephanie
, Houma, LA on Nov. 2007
If you only try one recipe on this website, this is the one! Rich, perfectly sweet, and a great texture. These taste like the frosted brownies at our local bakery, but even better. Will make again and again, for the holidays and just because.
Betch'a Can't Eat just one!
by J. Jan
, BLYTHEVILLE, AR on May. 2007
Well....you may can, but you won't want to! They are so good! Very habit forming!
Better than Hostess
by E. Evonne
, FRASER, MI on May. 2007
My kids love these and would rather take these in their lunch than anything hostess has. They will not trade with anyone else, which says a lot.
Disappearing Chocolate Bars
by D. Delenia
, CLAREMORE, OK on Mar. 2007
Since I am not really a chocolate fan, I have relied on my husband on the taste of this recipe. I made the bars and maybe I left it in the oven too long, but I thought they taste a little dry. My husband said they were really good. Either way they are almost gone and the next time I will not cook them quite so long.
disappearing choc bars
by B. Barbara
, Aurora, CO on Nov. 2006
Great recipe easy to make. Another recipe of choc you can't go wrong! yum!!
by p. pam
, luck, WI on Nov. 2006
This recipe was very easy to make. Some in our home do not like walnuts so we used chocolate chips in place which made them extra rich!
disappearing Chocolate Bars
by d. dolores
, PRESCOTT, MI on Nov. 2006
My family thought these were better then brownies. The frosting makes these delicious . I thought these were better after the set for a day.
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