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This recipe is not worth the ingredients. They taste great but they fall apart and are very flaky. I don't think that i'll make this recipe again....it wasn't worth all the time it took but again they taste wonderful!!
Every layer of this peanut butter/chocolate bar was hard to manipulate into place especially the crust. I underbaked the crust and it came out as gooey as the top two layers. I wasn't sure how the bottom layer was supposed to come out.
I gave this a 4 because everyone I served this to liked it. I don't know if it's because I used a glass baking dish that my pastry layer needed more time. I left it in 12 minutes and then 5 minutes more. It should have been in 5 minutes more because when I went to spread the peanut butter it tore up the cookie. But maybe that way my fault it wasn't spreadable because I used crunchy peanut butter instead of creamy and nuts although I did use the whole jar. Then the chocolate did not melt and I left the oven on while doing this since my pastry level fell apart. Next time I will melt chocolate seperately then spread on top.
This is kind of an odd preparation however the results were good. Overall they had a full flavor although normally I prefer peanut butter bars with the peanut butter in the dough and less of a topping/frosting.