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Stephanie Deal on 9.9.2012
Made these this morning. I did omit the butterscotch and just used peanut butter and chocolate in the top layer — they are fabulous!! I had to refrigerate mine for four full hours for the top layer to full set, but oh, they were worth the wait. Thanks for sharing – will definitely make these again!!
bluejena on 12.5.2010
These are a fantastic thing to make for a crowd or a special occasion! My niece (age 8) and I had a candy-making weekend just after Thanksgiving and these were a big hit. We cut small rectangles and wrapped them in wax paper for a single-serving-candy kind of effect.
My husband is now addicted to them and has declared them evil because “I can’t stop thinking about them”.
I think next time I’m making them just for us, I’d make half a pan (a little goes a long way!) and maybe put some of the chocolate mixture in the bottom of the pan to give it both a top and bottom (so it’s easier to take them out of the pan in pieces).
nikkiarngwife on 8.24.2010
I also halved the recipe and it fits perfectly in an 8×8 pan. I thought these were really good..they didn’t seem too sweet to me at all but I have a big sweet tooth They were a huge hit in our house and they freeze very well..taste good frozen too
rhondalou on 8.10.2010
These were very easy to make. I don’t think I’ll make them again, though. They were almost too sweet and I didn’t like the crackery texture. ~Thanks for the recipe, I do enjoy trying new things.
jessmorseattack on 8.8.2010
These disappeared at my office all before lunch time! Wonderful!
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jana37 on 3.5.2011
My 21 year old son loves kit kat bars…..he’s gonna be so happy with this recipe. Thank you tons, J.
bluejena on 12.5.2010
More Twix than Kit Kat… but TOTALLY DELICIOUS!!! We modified the recipe slightly to use peanut butter chips instead of butterscotch ones (it’s what I had on hand).
flemel2001 on 7.23.2010
These were a big hit over the 4th of July! I handed one to a coworker without telling them what they were called and he said, “ooh, it’s like a Kit-Kat!” I don’t think so, either, but they’re wonderful either way!
julkirk on 7.9.2010
so rich and delicious. My family gobbles these up. A quick dessert and no need to turn on the oven.
amfohio on 7.6.2010
I made these for my 4th of July cookout and they were the biggest hit. They are better than kit kats. Thanks for posting.