These quick and easy Outrageous Cookie Bars are a perfect treat for a brown-bag lunch or a snack.
Great cookie bar!
by I. Ignacio
, Norfolk, VA on Nov. 2013
This recipe is so easy and fast to make. The best thing is that it can be enhanced by adding dried cranberries, or using chocolate graham crackers instead of regular ones.
by S. Susan
, Saint Petersburg, FL on Mar. 2010
My family loves these. They don't last long. Last time I made them I didn't use walnuts but mini marshmallows. Yummy and gooey. Kept them in the freezer which made them chewy and yummy.
by J. Jenifer
, New Milford, CT on Feb. 2010
My mom made these when we were little; they are easy, great for kids to help with, and sooooo good! I thought everyone had these growing up, but I found out my mother-in-law had never had them, and she is now addicted, too!
by S. Season
, Atlanta, GA on Nov. 2009
My mother began making these bars when I was 10 after she found the recipe on the back of the carnation condensed milk label. I started to carry on the tradition when I was 14 and I am now passing the tradition on to my 14 year old. These bars are ALWAYS a hit. We typically save them for Christmas, but they are so good, we have now incorporated them into our Thanksgiving tradition.
by N. NANCY
, on Oct. 2009
One of my favorite cookie recipes--I grew up making and eating this one! Great for kids to help in the kitchen--everyone loves this one!
by A. AL
, Vale, OR on Aug. 2008
I HAVE BEEN MAKING THESE FOR YEARS. THE PROBLEM IS I USUALLY MAKE MYSELF SICK. I CAN'T STOP EATING THEM. I WANT TO SHARE THEM BUT THEY DO NOT MAKE IT THAT FAR. BUMMER.
by M. Marina
, GREENBRIER, TN on Aug. 2008
my husband asked me to make magic cookie bars out of the blue. I made them and I had a hard time keeping my family away from the pan while they were still hot! This recipe is perfect just like we used to have as kids and it's so easy to make, no skill needed at all!
by G. Gwen
, Chicago, IL on Aug. 2008
I dressed these up a bit with some mini candy-coated chocolates for a bit of color. They looked colorful and they went fast. This one's a keeper!
by k. kelly
, foster city, CA on Jun. 2008
This is just excellent and so easy to make. I did not have coconut on hand so I substituted for oatmeal and it turned out absolutely wonderful. I think I even like them better than with the coconut. I added butterscotch chips too. This recipe has been around for ages and it really does not disappoint and comes out wonderful. My grocery store even sells the kit by Nestle under "Magic Cookie Bars". EnJoy and try it with the oatmeal for a different version.
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by M. Maria
, COLUMBUS, OH on Jun. 2008
These bars are excellent! Especially for bake sales. They are quick and easy to make in quantity. For people with nut allergies, I substituted butterscotch chips for the walnuts and they were a hit!!
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