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48 servings, 1 bar (43 g) each
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Line pan with foil with ends extending over sides; spray with cooking spray, then use as directed. Lift cooled dessert from pan with foil handles before cutting dessert into bars. Not only are the bars easier to cut, but cleanup is also a snap!
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These were terrible, followed directions but were terrible. They also cost a lot to make and looked nothing like the picture. Kraft, you need to redo this one ...what a waste of good money, threw in garbage.
First, they don't look like the photo. The picture looks as if they chocolate was poured on then the pecans were sprinkled over top - NOT stirred in like the recipe (the photo looks better, if I were to make again, I would sprinkle the pecans on top after baking it for a while). To make it not as sweet, use unsweetened chocolate! After I read reviews, I bought unsweetened as I knew all that sugar plus corn syrup plus semi-sweet would be like everyone said, too sweet. I used a 13x9" pan with foil for easy clean up but I was worried it would spill over like others mentioned so I placed it on a baking sheet - it didn't spill over at all though and better safe than sorry (I hate cleaning ovens). They don't taste bad but they aren't good enough to make again.
I halved the amount of chocolate and decreased the amount of sugar and it was still super sweet. It was too rich and very messy and I couldn't get my guests to polish off the pan. The recipe needs some more fine tuning.