A finalist in the Nestlé Toll House "Share the Very Best" recipe contest, this dessert was submitted by Juilee Decker of Cleveland, Ohio. A scrumptious blend of raspberry preserves, Nestlé Toll House Premier White Morsels and toasted almonds tops a rich, buttery cookie crust to create these irresistible Razz-Ma-Tazz cookie bars.
by K. KATHERINE
, PIPERSVILLE, PA on Jun. 2010
I've been making and sharing these delightful treats for several years now. They are ALWAYS a winner. Someone will taste them and quickly spread the word that they are the best sweets they have ever eaten and before you know it they are gone! I prep my pan by lining it with foil first, this makes it a cinch to remove without struggling at the corners.
Not just for special occasions...
by P. P
, PA on Apr. 2010
I made this recipe on a Saturday afternoon because I had a taste for something different...something sweet. It was easy to follow the directions and the bars came out so tender and tasted so good! My husband liked them so much that he tried them hot and then he tried them cold the next day with his coffee. He absolutely loved them!
Not your average cookie
by A. Anne
, Shelbyville, TN on Feb. 2010
I bake cookies all the time (for the football team, friends, family and even a caterer). They are my favorite thing to bake. These are not your average cookie. Make them smaller, because they are sweet, but by all means, bake them!!
Wow these are wonderful
by B. Betty
, Hurley, NY on Feb. 2010
Last year I baked these for a cookies exchange party and they were a huge sucess. This is a keeper.
by D. Dale
, Lancaster, SC on Feb. 2010
Great taste! Easy! Fast! Just plain wonderful!
by T. Terri
, Shoreline, WA on Jan. 2010
We love these!
by S. Sonya
, Richardson, TX on May. 2009
I'd say these are good but they are incredibly RICH and SWEET. If I make them again, (and they're easy enough to want to), I might try to cut some of the sugar or white choc or butter to tone down the sugar shock!
by V. Virginia
, Clovis, CA on Apr. 2009
My husband and son-in-law kept sneaking into the kitchen and eating these bars before Easter dinner. They are moist, delicious, and full of yummy chocolate, almond, and raspberry flavor. They are a new family favorite.
Great Recipe over 5 Years
by E. Elizabeth
, Port Charlotte , Florida on Mar. 2009
I first tried this recipe five years ago and it is now a permanent fixture in my cookie line-up. It is simple to make and turns out pretty. The raspberry/almond/white chocolate combo is devine. I have had great response every time I make them.
BEWARE: They will disappear fast!
by M. Michelle
, SPOKANE, WA on Feb. 2009
I used this recipe and baked these bars in heart shaped pans. We sold them in our hospital cafe and made a ton of money and so many people e-mailed and called to get the recipe after buying them!
Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate is what this cake is made of! Sour cream and pudding mix enrich and make this cake moist and delicious.
A gift of love from your own kitchen.
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.