A cookie texture bar with chocolate & cinnamon flavors.
Delicious and Easy
by B. Barbara
, Massachusetts on Dec. 2010
These bars are yummy and easy to make with little mess to clean up.
LOVE these bars!
by B. Barbara
, BOISE, ID on Nov. 2008
The first time I made these 2 years ago, it was hard to keep myself from eating all of them! They are at the top of my long list of great cookies!
by E. Evonne
, FRASER, MI on Apr. 2007
I like reading the other comments also. It gives me other ideas like using pumpkin pie spice instead of the cinnamon. I did 2 batches one with cinnamon the other with pumpkin pie spice. They both were great. I will make this again.
chocolate cinnemon nut bars
by B. Betsy
, Monroe, NC on Dec. 2006
very easy...very good. I put part of the recipe into the freezer to save, and I think they even got better!
Chocolate Cinnamon Nut Bars
by M. Mozelle
, Vienna, VA on Dec. 2006
I made these for my school's holiday gathering; very elegant, and delicious. I plan to add freshly grated nutmeg the next time, which will be soon, as I do a lot of baking for the holidays for gift giving!
by N. NANCY
, SAINT LOUIS, MO on Dec. 2006
I made this recipe yesterday for our dessert and found the bars to be quite tasty. My only complaint was that the cookie layer was too crumbly and should have been more moist. Did anyone else encounter this same problem? I'd be interested in how they correct the recipe since overall it was quite good.
by A. Adina
, Skokie, IL on Nov. 2006
I made these bars for my family for Thanksgiving this year. Even though everyone was stuffed from so much turkey they all surprisingly had enough room for seconds of this dessert.
by C. CLAUDIA
, ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL on Nov. 2006
Very tasty. I liked the softness of the chocolate layer contrasted with the crunch of the crust. After reading a rating that suggested using more cinnamon, I increased the amount to 1 teaspoon, and thought that amount was just right.
chocolate cinnamon nut bars
by B. Barbara
, Aurora, CO on Nov. 2006
Easy recipe chocolate in recipe you can not go wrong. put cinnamon with it, what a winner!!!!
Tried something different
by K. Kenneth
, Sterling Heights, MI on Nov. 2006
They tasted good but I then made a change to the recipe. It may sound weird but I substituted pumpkin pie spice for the cinnamon which I liked even more.
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