Posted: 2/17/2013 1:00:59 PM
somehow my comments got cut off--
Spread into pan. Bake 35 min; chill, then cut. Amazingly good!
Posted: 2/17/2013 12:58:38 PM
These are outstanding with a few changes. Our bridge group loved them, and asked for the recipe!! I followed other suggestions and baked the crust 350 degrees 7-8 min on lowest oven rack. I used 3 oz apricots, 3 oz dried pineapple, 1 oz mango chopped somewhat fine, chopped 3/4 c. white baking chips. I thought all too sweet so added grated zest of 1 large lemon. I used 3/4 c flaked coconut, and 1/2 c. roasted coconut chips, chopped. In bowl I mixed dried fruit, zest, 1/2 c. coconut, 1/4 c. coconut chips, with sweetened condensed, milk and yogurt (used banana creme which I had); mix all well. Sp
Posted: 8/21/2008 7:48:01 PM
I've made these 4 times since first finding the recipe a couple of weeks ago. They are very popular to say the least. The only suggestion I have is to cook the cookie dough crust for 5 minutes prior to piling on the other ingredients. Otherwise, at least for me, the bars are a little too mushy. Experiment with different yogurt flavors (vanilla, banana and raspberry all work well) and different dried fruits as well.
Helen H. said:
Posted: 9/14/2007 11:46:40 AM
These are the best! A great combination of ingredients with the right balance of flavors. My whole family loves them. We like them chilled even better than at room temperature. These are so easy to make- -my five year old daughter loves to help sprinkle on each layer! So nice to have a yogurt, fruit and nut desert option.