This yummy pecan bar recipe comes from one of my German friends. It's one of those quick and easy cookie recipes that the kids can help with by lining the cookie sheet with the graham crackers. This is such a tasty addition to a cookie platter and when chocolate icing is drizzled over, this almost tastes like a scrumptious, chewy, gooey chocolate bar!
The ones my Mutti made were cut into triangles. We would then dip two of the corners into the melted chocolate chips. Using graham crackers makes this easy. And fun! Certainly there's less to go wrong. Just make sure to keep the kids away from the butter/sugar mixture. It's hot and sticky. But the kids can have fun drizzling the chocolate over the finished cookies.
I've always used pecans for these. Walnuts can be substituted for the pecans, but pecans are usually sweeter. However, if cost is a factor, then either a mixture of walnuts and pecans, or just walnuts would work.
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