Hello Dolly Bars

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My grandmother made these Hello Dolly Bars for years! My MIL also makes them, but she calls them 7 layer cookies and they are Hubby’s favorite cookie bars! I have also seen this referred to as the magic cookie bars recipe. Hello Dolly Bars Recipe. Whether you call them Hello Dolly Bars, 7 Layer Cookies, or Magic Cookie Bars, this recipe for a sweet and delicious, easy to make coconut, chocolate, pecan bar is simply fantastic! Try these hello Dollies today.

Hello Dolly Bars Recipe

If you like sweet treats – well, these Hello Dolly Bars are it. My MIL makes them for mu husband and ships him a tin for the holidays every year. He is thrilled! If he had his way, they would be a weekly shipment. SMH One thing Hubby definitely has is a sweet tooth.

When my Grandmother made them she cut them into bite sized pieces. I am not sure if that was good or bad. Good in that we could have a small taste, bad in that they were so small we could quickly lose track of how many we ate.

But they tasted soooooo good!

Hello Dolly Bars Recipe. Whether you call them Hello Dolly Bars, 7 Layer Cookies, or Magic Cookie Bars, this recipe for a sweet and delicious, easy to make coconut, chocolate, pecan bar is simply fantastic! Try these hello Dollies today.


Hello Dolly Bars Ingredients:

• 1½ cups Graham Cracker Crumbs
• 8 TBSP Butter, melted (1 stick)
• 1 (14oz) can Sweetened Condensed Milk
• 1½ cups Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
• 1 cup Baking Chips (butterscotch, white, caramel, etc – just not semi-sweet)
• 1 1/3 cups Flaked Coconut
• 1 cup chopped Pecans

Hello Dolly BarsMise en Place:

• Pot or Microwave and Bowl (to melt the butter)
• Non-stick Spray
Measuring Cup
13×9 Baking Pan
• Spatula

Hello Dolly Bars Recipe. Whether you call them Hello Dolly Bars, 7 Layer Cookies, or Magic Cookie Bars, this recipe for a sweet and delicious, easy to make coconut, chocolate, pecan bar is simply fantastic! Try these hello Dollies today.


Hello Dolly Bars Directions:

• Preheat Oven to 325°.
• Spray the bottom of a glass 13″x”″ pan with non-stick spray.
• In a bowl, mix together Graham crumbs and melted butter.

Hello Dolly Bars Recipe. Whether you call them Hello Dolly Bars, 7 Layer Cookies, or Magic Cookie Bars, this recipe for a sweet and delicious, easy to make coconut, chocolate, pecan bar is simply fantastic! Try these hello Dollies today.


• Press Graham cracker mixture into bottom of the 13″x9″ pan.

Hello Dolly Bars Recipe. Whether you call them Hello Dolly Bars, 7 Layer Cookies, or Magic Cookie Bars, this recipe for a sweet and delicious, easy to make coconut, chocolate, pecan bar is simply fantastic! Try these hello Dollies today.


• Pour sweetened condensed milk evenly over Graham cracker crust.

Hello Dolly Bars Recipe. Whether you call them Hello Dolly Bars, 7 Layer Cookies, or Magic Cookie Bars, this recipe for a sweet and delicious, easy to make coconut, chocolate, pecan bar is simply fantastic! Try these hello Dollies today.


• Spread all baking chips (semi-sweet and your second chosen flavor) over the sweetened condensed milk.

Hello Dolly Bars Recipe. Whether you call them Hello Dolly Bars, 7 Layer Cookies, or Magic Cookie Bars, this recipe for a sweet and delicious, easy to make coconut, chocolate, pecan bar is simply fantastic! Try these hello Dollies today.


• Spread coconut evenly over chips.

Hello Dolly Bars Recipe. Whether you call them Hello Dolly Bars, 7 Layer Cookies, or Magic Cookie Bars, this recipe for a sweet and delicious, easy to make coconut, chocolate, pecan bar is simply fantastic! Try these hello Dollies today.


• Top with chopped pecans.
• Press down firmly with a fork to compress layers.

Hello Dolly Bars Recipe. Whether you call them Hello Dolly Bars, 7 Layer Cookies, or Magic Cookie Bars, this recipe for a sweet and delicious, easy to make coconut, chocolate, pecan bar is simply fantastic! Try these hello Dollies today.


• Bake for 30 minutes at 325° or until lightly browned.

Hello Dolly Bars Recipe. Whether you call them Hello Dolly Bars, 7 Layer Cookies, or Magic Cookie Bars, this recipe for a sweet and delicious, easy to make coconut, chocolate, pecan bar is simply fantastic! Try these hello Dollies today.


• Cool completely before cutting into bars.
• Store at room temperature.


Hello Dolly Bars

Whether you call them Hello Dolly Bars, 7 Layer Cookies, or Magic Cookie Bars, this recipe for a sweet and delicious, easy to make coconut, chocolate, pecan bar is simply fantastic! Try these hello Dollies today.

Prep Time:10 Minutes
Cook Time: 30 Minutes
Total Time: 50 Minutes

Ingredients:

1½ cups Graham Cracker Crumbs
8 TBSP Butter, melted (1 stick)
14oz Sweetened Condensed Milk (1 can)
1½ cups Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
1 cup Baking Chips
1 1/3 cups Flaked Coconut (butterscotch, white, caramel, etc – just not semi-sweet)
1 cup chopped Pecans

Directions:

• Preheat Oven to 325°.
• Spray the bottom of a glass 13″x9″ pan with non-stick spray.
• In a bowl, mix together Graham crumbs and melted butter.
• Press Graham cracker mixture into bottom of the 13″x9″ pan.
• Pour sweetened condensed milk evenly over Graham cracker crust.
• Spread all baking chips (semi-sweet and your second flavor) over the sweetened condensed milk.
• Spread coconut evenly over chips.
• Top with chopped pecans.
• Press down firmly with a fork to compress layers.
• Bake for 30 minutes at 325° or until lightly browned.
• Cool completely before cutting into bars.
• Store at room temperature.

Makes 20 Hello Dolly Bars

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Comments

  1. Yum Yum!! I’d like a big ol bite please! 😉

  2. I make this but my recipe is called magic cookie bars. Also there are no eggs in mine and I do not see them in your instructions. Is that a typo Ann?

  3. I can’t believe it! My college dorm used to make these and I loved them! I forgot all about them until just now coming across your blog. These are the best treats ever and I am going to make some. THIS MADE MY DAY!

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