Saturday, September 17, 2011

Seven Layers of Goodie Deliciousness!

Oh, the wonderful memories I have 
of my mom making these Goodie Bars.  
They smell SO good when they are baking 
and they taste amazing.

To me when my mom would make these up they were magic, delicious, and there was never a family outing, baby blessing, Baptism dinner, Christmas Party, or any other special occasion even that we attended that these yummy bars didn't grace the dessert table.  These were what she was famous for.
Everyone was so excited to come to an event, just because they knew these would be there to enjoy.
These were even on the dessert trays for our wedding reception. 
For years, I thought these were her own creation, because I never had them anywhere else, but as you grow up, you realize there are many people that have the same or similar recipes as you do.  

Before I started making Cinnamon Roasted Almonds and Caramels for our Christmas goodie boxes, these
Seven Layer Goodie Bars along with Gumdrop Bread and other yummy things were what I would give our neighbors each year at Christmas Time.

If you want something that is SO easy and quick to throw together
that is out of this world delicious,
try making some of these today...they are  
Seven Layers of Goodie Deliciousness!
Seven Layer Goodie Bars

1 cube of REAL butter
1 cup crushed graham crackers
1 cup coconut
1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 cup butterscotch chips
1 cup chopped walnuts
1 can Sweetened Condensed Milk 
Heat oven to 350 degrees.   
Place butter in a 9x13 pan and put in the oven until the butter is melted. 
Remove pan and sprinkle with crushed graham crackers, coconut, chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, walnuts and last of all, pour 1 can of condensed milk to completely cover the top of bars.  
Place back in oven and cook for 25 minutes.  
Remove from oven and let cool over night.  
Cut into bars and enjoy!  
(photo circa 2002 at Ethan's baby blessing & Jade's Baptism luncheon...mom is unwrapping her tray of treats...Goodie Bars and Rice Krispie treats)
 So happy to have such a great mom
that shared so many yummy recipes and 
taught me so many wonderful things!

5 comments:

Cherie said...

These are one of my very favorite bars too and I have always known them as "Magic Bars". Ha Ha
I was not introduced to them until I became LDS at age 13 and after that they were my favorite.
I wonder if it is more of an LDS recipe?? Anyway they are definately yummy!
I really love that wedding photo - so cute!

Melodee said...

So i dont know how i found your blog but i love it. I am always excited when i see you have something new to share. I have tried many of your recipes and ideas thans fr sharing

CrisKrinkle said...

I make these every Christmas and they are a huge hit. Everyone loves them. I can't remember where I got the recipe but I'm sure glad I did.

Ann Marie said...

Of course I would come back here to visit after a long hiatus.. and find -- not only some kimmie recipe yummy-ness.. but one of my favorite treats as well.

I am not sure that I have this recipe.. so thank you!

Those photos are so FUN! I love seeing your "flashbacks."

I love you Kimmie.

I hope you know how much your comments these last months, visit to the Viewing.. and your friendship have been a great pillar to me during these last months.

You will never know how much it meant to see you and your cute families faces at the viewing. What a surprise!! -- traveling all the way here to give me a hug will never EVER be forgotten.

I hope you have had the happiest summer! Love you and your recipes.. amd friendship much! :)

Garden of Egan said...

I have never heard of these!!!!
Been a Mormon all my life.....

On the list of must-do recipes.
They look pretty easy.

I love your wedding picture. So stinkin' cute!

Oh my goodness!
My verification word:
unsister
I wonder if that means we were supposed to be sisters but weren't or something!