So I admit that originally I wasn’t even going to post this recipe. This was a recipe I kind of just threw together for a last minute treat to take with me to the farmers market. Today was the last farmers market of the season and to thank my fellow volunteers and coworkers for a great season, I thought a baked great would be nice.
Since I kind of just threw the recipe together, I didn’t think much about posting it. But then I got rave reviews form my friends at the market who tried my bars. Before I knew it, there was nothing left but the tin I had brought the bars in. On top of that, one woman liked the bars so much she had me write the recipe down for her so she could make them for a potluck.
So I decided this recipe was worth repeating. Unfortunately I don’t have any pictures of the bars so just imagine a soft chocolate and butterscotch brownie with a nice chewy texture.
– 1 bag butterscotch chips (I actually used less than a bag, probably more like 3/4 -2/3rds of a bag)
– 2 cups crushed graham crackers
– 2 tbsp butter
– 1 can sweetened condensed milk
– 1 bag chocolate chips
– 1-2 tsp vanilla
1) preheat oven to 325 degrees f and spray a 9 x 13 glass container.
2) in a large bowl, melt your butter and butterscotch chips. Combine with the crushed graham crackers and mix until just moistened. Line your glass container with this crust and then set aside.
3) in a pot, melt your chocolate chips with the vanilla and sweetened condensed milk.
4) once melted, pour evenly over your crust. Do not mix.
5) bake for 30-35 minutes.
6) enjoy 🙂
Like I said, these were a huge hit at the farmers market so I figured the recipe was worth sharing. Do you like butterscotch chips?