About this recipe: Reminds one of that yummy ice cream flavor.
WOW! This recipe is GREAT. We did exactly as written except I didn't have squares of chocolate. I put about 1/2 c chocolate chips into a sandwich baggie and melted in a bowl over the warm oven (though I'm sure it would have been just as easy in the microwave). Then I cut the corner of the baggie in order to make it simple to drizzle the chocolate over the bars. PERFECT!! These are tasty warm -- but EXCELLENT the next day when they've cooled completely (we made them at night and the next morning they were perfect!) - 16 Dec 2007 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Dissapointed. There was no crunch. The biscuit base is too soft and gooey and the condensed milk sinks to the bottom to leave a greasy base! If i ever made this again i would let the biscuit base set in the freezer before layering and putting in the oven. - 10 Mar 2012 (Review from Allrecipes UK | Ireland)
This was a pretty simple but yummy recipe. My modifications - I increased the graham crackers to 2 cups and the butter to 3/4 cup to make a thicker crust, and decreased the chocolate chips to 1 cup (I think it'd be way too sweet with 2 cups of chips). I also used chocolate graham crackers instead of the regular kind. Since the crust was thicker I ended up cooking about 30-35 minutes. It turned out pretty well, and it was an interesting variation on the traditional Magic Layer bars. Very sweet and chewy! - 05 May 2007 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)