9 Out of 10 People Know This Dessert Will Get High Praise – The Other One Doesn’t Care and Wants to Eat Them All
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If you’ve never had the pleasure of letting one of these 5-layer dessert bars pass through your lips and caress your taste buds then you’re missing out! They are the best tasting snacks you will ever have. They are soft, gooey and made up of all the things you love.
The cookie-like crust, chocolate, coconut and butterscotch are a winning combination. You may find you want to shout the recipe from the rooftops in pure joy and excitement! Honestly, everyone in my family and then some love these bars. They’re really easy to throw together and have fans worldwide.
I don’t know how anyone could pass a plate of these by and not grab one or two. You’ll be a believer after the first bite, and the second, and of course the third bar. Don’t worry, you’re not the only one with a penchant for these layered delights. Cook them for a potluck and watch them disappear.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Food Network
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Quick Tip: add a layer of chopped pecans or walnuts to make 6 layer bars!