These tasty bars are very easy to make and contain no eggs or flour. They're so easy, try making them with your kids! Sure to be a hit.
I figured out why many people are saying there's not enough crust! The recipe ingredients have been scaled to 1/2 the original and it is stuck at that serving modification but the instructions are for the original yield of 24 (2 dozen - see intro text under "submitted by"). So, of course half the ingredients would not really work in a 13x9" pan. Either bake the current modified version in a 9x9" or 8x8" pan or double the ingredients and bake in a 13x9" pan. They are good!! I would recommend pressing the butter/cracker mix down into the pan. I used fat free saltines and fat free s.cond.milk and pecans instead of walnuts with good success as well. - 02 Aug 2005 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
i luv this recipe because i can put whatever chips and nuts i have left from making x-mas cookies (this years batch has milk chocolate,white,and butterscotch chips w/ pecans and cashews). i've found that 1 stack/sleeve of crackers and 1 stick of butter/marg. makes a perfect crust. then put any chips or nuts and coconut u like on and ONE can of milk. - 22 Jan 2008 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
This is simplicity at its best! I made these without the optional nuts and cooked them in mini-muffin pans for 12 minutes. (It yielded 40 "cookies".) So deliciously sinful and easy-- I'll definitely be making them again! UPDATE: I just made these again, this time doing it bar-style. Aaaahh-- I can't decide which way is better, but I sent them all to work with my husband, and he called me to say that his co-workers said that they were awesome. - 07 Jul 2003 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)