How to Make Skor Bars… (Not Diet Food!)

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How To Make Skor Squares!


I am a huge sucker for sweet foods! I love them, but they don’t always agree with me! This decadent bar is sweet, delicious and always a hit at social gatherings… and the biggest bonus of all. They are EASY to make!






Step 1 – Make the base. Preheat Oven to 350 Degrees

3/4 cup soft margarine

1 1/2 cup flour

3/4 cup brown sugar

Mix Ingredients and press into a 9 X13 Pan. Bake 15 minutes, edges should be light golden brown. Let Cool (while you prepare step 2 – do not turn off oven.)

Step 2 – The creamy filling

In a Heavy Saucepan combine,

2 cans sweetened condensed milk

4 TBSP butter/margarine

Cook over medium heat. Stir constantly, for 5-10 minutes until thickened. Pour over the base. Cook in oven for 12-15 minutes. Take out of oven. It should look something like this…

Step 3 – The Skor and Chocolate!

Sprinkle 1 pkg of Skor bits, and then 1 pkg of Chipits Milk Chocolate Chips.  Put in the oven for 2 minutes or so. Remove, and cool. Then cut into squares, and enjoy.

Try them, and let me know how they work out for you, and what you thought of them :)

To Your Success,


Amanda Evans






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  1. Nicole Mckenzie

    trying them right now…they seem like a fairly easy recipe, which is nice:))

    1. Amanda Evans

      Did you like them Nicole?

  2. Mary Chell Kline

    Let me know how they turn out :). Sounds yummy!

    1. Amanda Evans

      Hi Mary – They are so good. Definitely worth making. :)

    2. Amanda Evans

      They are awesome. :) Definitely worth making again.


  3. Himaly

    Turned out horrible

    1. Amanda Evans

      Which part? I have made these so many times… never had a bad batch… curious what did not turn out for you?


  4. Rachael

    Hi there just wondering what brand of condensed milk do you use? I followed all instructions although mine came out a little liquidy

    1. Amanda Evans

      Hi Rachael,

      I have used all brands, Rooster Brand, Eagle Brand, no-name brands. Since it was too liquidy, I am going to guess that maybe it was not cooked long enough? That is where the thickening takes place, so next time try to cook it longer. :)

      Thanks for your comments. :)


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