"Goff" Bars

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 5 Ratings
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Cooking Method: Bake

Ingredients

1 pkg graham crackers, crushed
6 Tbsp butter (margarine if you must but butter is better)
1/4 c sugar
6 oz peanut butter chips
6 oz white chocolate chips
6 oz butterscotch chips
6 oz chocolate chips
1 pkg coconut, flaked
1 pkg sliced almonds
1 can(s) sweetened condensed milk (14 oz)

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Lisa 'Gayle' Goff Recipe
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Chula Vista, CA (pop. 243,916)
GayleGoff
Member Since Jun 2011
Lisa 'Gayle''s notes for this recipe:
I had something LIKE these in a favorite bagel shop years ago (they had no idea how to make them, what was in them and they didn't have a name, the girl behind the counter told me "I have no clue, they just come on the truck every week), so I went home and made my own version, since they didn't have a name and a friend of mine always called them Goff Bars they became "Goff Bars".
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REALLY sweet and REALLY decadent! This is a killer way to satisfy any sweet tooth.

Directions

1
Pre-Heat oven to 400 degrees.
2
In a medium bowl melt butter in the microwave then add sugar and graham crackers (like a pie crust).
3
Spray a shallow baking dish with no-stick cooking spray and put the graham cracker mixture in it. Spread evenly and pack down gently.
4
Sprinkle all the chips evenly then cover with the coconut.
5
Pour the sweetened condensed milk evenly over the coconut, making sure to coat the entire top. Sprinkle the almonds on top.
6
Bake until golden (about 20-30 minutes) Remove and cool until warm to the touch. They need to be cut while warm otherwise you just break off the pieces to serve. (I try to cut these about 1" X 1" because they are VERY rich and a brownie size one is waaaay too much at once)
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user Lisa 'Gayle' Goff GayleGoff - Jun 10, 2011
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user Lisa 'Gayle' Goff GayleGoff - Jun 10, 2011
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user Lisa 'Gayle' Goff GayleGoff - Jun 10, 2011
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user Susan Withrow withrowsue - Jun 10, 2011
These are actually called Hello Dollies and are very rich but very good.... I used to make them and they were gone before I knew it.
user Doreen Fish dfish - Jun 10, 2011
Yummy for sure...thank u!!

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