A delicate crumb base supports a creamy chocolate filling topped with chocolate chips and crunchy, butter cookie crumbs.
Chocolate Crumb Bars
by L. Linda
, Colfax,WI on Nov. 2010
I have made these bars NUMEROUS times for home, work, and to take somewhere. They are always a hit and so easy to make! I always add a little more flour to the topping to make it a little more crumbly.
You can use less butter
by L. Leona
, Flower Mound, TX on Aug. 2010
I made this recipe with 3 tablespoons less butter than the recipe called for, and the texture was great.
by K. Kathy
, Salina, KS on Jul. 2010
This recipe needs some help. Either there is too much butter in the recipe or not enough flour to make the batter crumbly as the recipe states.
by S. Susan
, Terre Haute, Indiana on Jul. 2010
My daughter received a phone call from her uncle-in-law asking if her mom was bringing those wonderful "cookies" that she brought to last year's 4th of July party. What greater praise. These are fabulous for parties or anytime.
by M. Monir
, charlotte, NC on May. 2010
these were fantastic but they had a little too much butter
by R. Robin
, , on Mar. 2010
This dessert is one of families favorites. Rich chocolate and pecans make an exellence combination. I substitue pecans for the walnuts. We just love them!
Warm Chocolate Delight
by M. MAXIE
, Grand Blanc, MI on Mar. 2010
We make these often and everyone asks for them. They are irrestible when eaten warm!!
Rename these to Better than Sex Bars
by C. Cynthia
, Lake Villa, IL on Mar. 2010
I've had to share this recipe with several friends. They are great!
by C. Chrissy
, Littleton, CO on Mar. 2010
These tasted wonderful! I couldn't stop snacking on these. Too good!
Avoid these delicious treats
by D. Diane
, Federal Way, WA on Dec. 2009
These are sooo good that no one can stop at just one. You will make a pig of yourself eating these fabulous treats!
The two ingredients which make these extraordinary cookies special are the combination of oats and butterscotch chips. These Oatmeal Scotchies will disappear from your cookie jar in no time.
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