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chocolate butterscotch almond crunch


a candy-like cookie that is sure to become addictive! a great addition on holiday cookie trays.


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  1. Combine flour and sugars
  2. Mix in margarine until thoroughly blended
  3. Add egg yolks and vanilla
  4. Mix until smooth or blend in food processor until mixture comes together
  5. Press with floured fingers in 10 by 15 by 1 / 2-inch cookie sheet with sides
  6. Bake at 350 degrees for 13 to 18 minutes or until light golden
  7. Cool slightly
  8. About 20 minutes
  9. Spread melted chocolate over base
  10. Sprinkle nuts on top
  11. Press in lightly
  12. Cool until chocolate sets
  13. Cut into squares or triangles

Step 12

Total Time in Minute 33

Ingredients Count 8

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Brown sugar


Egg yolks


Milk chocolate chips

Sliced almonds

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