Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 25 min. + cooling
Excellent for potlucks as it makes people thrill you did more with than you really did. I also use a 9x13 and adjust the cooking time, and using a toothpick to check for when it’s done. I also like to play with the chocolate pieces-chocolate chips, holiday m
Easy and nice for a potluck or bake sale. Have used holiday M&Ms as well.
Didn't seem like anything special. They were easy to make, but were just ok.
This is a big hit at our local volunteer fire department! After the first batch, it was immediately requested again. Now, I make two batches. However, I make two trays of brownies and only use one batch of oat topping and sprinkle over the top of the two trays. Elimating the bottom layer. Quick, easy and upgrades brownies to a new level of crunch. It is a winner!
I made these for company and everyone loved them.
I liked the ease of the recipe by using a boxed brownie mix. Next time I think I will try putting all the oat mixture on the bottom- as I would have liked that layer thicker.
Delicious and easy! I used dark chocolate M&M's and did not add nuts as these were for a church dinner. Will make them again.
These were real easy to make . Everyone from 7 yrs old kids to my 93 yr old father in law loved them
These were moist and delicious. Served for desert with friends. They were a hit!
These were Great. I used a regular sized cake pan and regular M&M's and they turned out really good. I will make these again!