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Do you know what I like to bake? Cookie bars! These Hello Dolly cookie bars are super easy to make and taste like a dream come true. All you do is layer the ingredients on top of each other and keep doing so until you run out. You don’t even need to measure the ingredients in this recipe if you really don’t want to. Tha’s how incredibly easy this cookie bar recipe is to follow! I can remember my mother making Christmas cookies during the holiday season and we would always toss in a batch of bars to the mix. Such fond memories! Do you have any cookie making recipes that have been passed down through your family?
Instead of making another batch of Christmas cookies, try Grandma’s Hello Dollies. This is one of the best easy to make dessert recipes because all you need to do is combine all of the ingredients and put it into the oven. The condensed milk becomes a sort of glaze that also helps all of the ingredients mold together. This Christmas, say “hello” to this recipe once and you’ll have a hard time saying “goodbye.” Graham crackers, coconut, walnuts, and chocolate chips make for a delicious dessert recipe. This easy recipe will have you looking forward to the holiday season! -All Free Casserole Recipes
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