Triple Magic Bars Recipe
Magic bars are one heck of a delicious dessert, and double magic bars are even better, but Triple Magic Bars? Let’s just say we’re intrigued, to say the least! What could possibly be in this recipe to make it three times as good?
The original recipe for Magic Bars, or “Hello Dolly” Squares, is a pretty darned good one to start with! Why were they called Hello Dolly Squares? Because they started showing up in the 60s when the famous Broadway musical was in full swing! And why are they so good? Because they’re literally exploding with all of your favourite dessert ingredients – chocolate chips, pecans, walnuts, coconut, butter, and graham cracker crumbs! Not only are these bars magic, but they’re easy to make too.
This all sounds like a pretty divine recipe, huh? Well, just when you think it can’t get any better, Kerrie over at the “Family Food and Travel” blog has taken this traditional recipe not one, or even two, but THREE steps further! How can this be possible? Well, Kerrie just happens to love Chipits! You know, those multi-flavoured chips that work so well in almost every dessert known to humankind? It all started with chocolate chips, then moved on to butterscotch, white chocolate and now even peanut butter. Kerri has reinvented the classic Magic Bars into Triple Magic Bars by adding all of her favourite Chipits flavours into the mix – including white chocolate, semi-sweet chocolate, and butterscotch. In Kerri’s case, three kinds of Chipits is the charm!
If you loved Hello Dolly Squares back in the day, you’re going to adore this new version. You won’t just be saying hello, you’ll be taking Dolly to the picnic, the party, and the potluck! Want the full recipe for these amazing Triple Magic Bars? Then head on over to the Family Food and Travel website by following the link in the description below!
Nutrition Facts for: Triple Magic Bars Recipe From Family Food and Travel
Ingredients: Graham wafer crumbs, butter, sweetened condensed milk, butterscotch baking chips, chocolate chips, white chocolate chips, coconut.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 16 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 385, Calories from Fat 205, Total Fat 22.8g 35%, Saturated Fat 15.0g 75%, Cholesterol 38mg 13%, Sodium 181mg 8%, Potassium 242mg 7%, Carbohydrates 40.7g 14%, Dietary Fiber 1.8g 7%, Sugars 33.0g, Protein 5.3g, Vitamin A 8%, Vitamin C 1%, Calcium 13%,Iron 11%
Learn MORE / Get RECIPE at Family Food and Travel
To help with slow website load, we have put all photos for this article here: View photo gallery.