Sunday, December 17, 2006

Seven Layer Cookies

These beauties couldn't be easier. Rich and tasty, make sure you have plenty of milk on hand. Oh! And a secret (shush!) if I'm ever short graham crackers I've been known to use Nilla Wafers, cookie crumbs or even cold cereal (like Honey Nut Cheerios) in a pinch.

1 1/2 c graham cracker crumbs
1 1/2 c coconut
1 c butterscotch chips
1 c chocolate chips
1 c chopped walnuts
1 14-ounce can sweetened condensed milk
½ c butter, melted

Layer the first six ingredients in a lightly greased 9x13 pan and pour the melted butter over top. Bake at 350 for 25 minutes until golden on top. Let them cool completely before cutting into squares or you'll have one gooey mess. Couldn't be faster or be tastier.

13 comments:

Steve G said...

I couldn't cook them, but they sure look delecious.

suki said...

Wow, yum! I'd be all over that if it did not have walnuts!! :)

Much More Than A Mom said...

That sounds great! Thanks!

Hsien Lei said...

YUM!!! Bookmarked for holiday cooking goodness.

baggage said...

Think I'll try it without the walnuts. Six Layer cookies.

lizzie said...

those look so yummy! :)

loralee said...

These are one of my favorite cookies: 1. Because the are fantabulous
and
2. Because they are so rich you can only eat one or two, thus ensuring that I will not resemble a dairy bovine after the holiday season concludes.

:)

illahee said...

wow, those look fantastic! *drools*

thanks for commenting on my blog!

chelle said...

mmmmm they look so delicious!

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N. Mallory said...

I'm so making these tonight!

Neila said...

OMG!! Yum-O!! I better make these before I start my New Year's resolution to lose weight.

Tara said...

hey, i grew up eating those! although my mom referred to them as "hello dolly's" (hi, i'm from the south, can you tell?) and we didn't use the butterscotch chips. they are super easy to make and sooooo good :)