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These crunchy sweet treats are delicious after school or dinner.

Source: Everyday Food, May 2010



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  • MS11865254
    10 DEC, 2018
    I went to an event where I needed six different kinds of cookies. These were my slacker option. SO EASY! I used kosher salt at the end so the flakes were big. They're very rich so a batch goes a long way. A great addition to a cookie plate where you have a mix of cakey, sweet and spicy offerings. My only wish is that it were sized to use an entire box of graham crackers. I bought the generic store brand, without sugar on top. Now I've got about half a pack left over. The butter is more than generous, next time I might try using the rest of the box on another sheet, stretching the butter a bit and adding a few more toppings so I'm not tossing the rest of the box.
  • sunnysarah
    4 DEC, 2014
    Would I be able to freeze these?
  • MS12177478
    26 SEP, 2014
    I made this and is very easy and delicious.
  • kvnsgrl
    18 OCT, 2013
    These were super easy to make and incredibly addictive.
  • MS10688705
    3 APR, 2013
    These were certainly a hit and requested repeat recipe. Easy to make - rich treat but all you need is a small piece. And they tasted great the next day too.
  • Sprout613
    4 JAN, 2013
    Easy, delicious recipe. I keep the graham crackers whole & line tray end to end the long way. I reduce the salt to 1/2 to 1/4 teaspoon and sprinkle on from high above tray for even distribution. Make sure to wrap the aluminum foil over the edge of sheet pan to avoid any spill over. Never had a problem lifting the squares off the foil. Best to cut with pizza cutter when warm. A little messy, but easier to cut warm than cool. Huge hit every time!
  • mjashby
    14 DEC, 2012
    Made these for school's winter concert. Gone gone gone! Very easy and tastes like you slaved! My family LOVED them. Thank you Sarah!!!
  • greensubaru
    12 DEC, 2012
    Followed this very closely, and chopped up chocolate chips for the top. They didn't melt very well and got all seize-y. What did I do wrong? Maybe for the next batch I'll try melting the choc. first and drizzling it over.
  • birder17
    6 NOV, 2012
    Do the bars stick to the aluminum foil? If so, how do you get the foil off of the bars?
    2 JUN, 2012
    This is fantastic and pretty easy! I took it to a party and everyone loved it! I goofed a little and didn't boil the butter and sugar long enough, but it turned out great anyway. Be sure to get your chocolate chopped before you start because you need to put it on right after you take the base out of the oven. These things should come with a warning lable because they are clearly addictive!

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