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I made this with the butterscotch chips and we liked them a lot. I don't think they really taste too much like butterscotch so I think even if you were not a big butterscotch fan you might like them. At least a half dozen people at the potluck asked "who made these?" and made a point of telling me how good they were. I din't tell them how easy they were to make.

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Margie99 August 24, 2005

WOW!!! these are so good, so simple to make and very habit-forming LOL!, I doubled the recipe, and served it to my guests over the weekend...everyone wanted the recipe, what a great treat! thanks so much for posting...Kittencal:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz August 08, 2005

My family usually devours sweets within a day or two. These stayed around so long I had to throw some out. Easy? Yes. Tasty? Nothing special.

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Chef cmpinco December 06, 2009

I've made these for Halloween as spiders and let them dry on waxed paper-kids love them!

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Oolala June 12, 2008

Made this for Christmas get-together. My husband never guessed it was chow mein noodles. Left all of it at the gathering so he wants another batch just for him. Thank you.

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texasjenny January 20, 2007

these are one of my favorites. I add the chow mein noodles a little at a time as I like them heavily coated with the melted chips!

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jellyko December 16, 2006

These just brought me back to my childhood! My 5 year old had a great time making these, and even more fun eating them! Thanks for a sweet memory of a yummy dessert!

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~Leslie~ September 23, 2005

I make these for Easter and shape them into little nests with a dip in the center for jelly bird eggs. Just put a little dab of melted chocolate on the jelly beans so they will stick in the "nest".

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ThinOne September 14, 2005

Very yummy!!! Butterscotch chips and peanut butter chips are not available here so I use 2 tablespoons of crunchy peanut butter. The kids love them and call them "chocolate spiders". I put them on trays lined with baking paper and then stick them in the fridge.

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Fairy Nuff September 13, 2005

My mom has made these several times, they are so chocolatey and really addicting. She usually adds about a cup of peanuts to it, I think it makes them even better. Also, I like them best made with milk chocolate chips instead of semi-sweet. They are so easy to make, and it makes a lot, so it would be perfect for a potluck.

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Karamia August 28, 2005
Microwave Chinese Chews