Ooooooh, it's November and the closer we get to Thanksgiving, the happier we all get.  These chocolate chews are something that were always made this time of year when I was younger.  I always think about them when November/December rolls around and cant resist making them for the family.  Not only are they the simplest recipe ever, but they're delicious and something different than your everyday Thanksgiving dessert/Christmas cookie.  Check out the ingredients/how they're made:

You'll need the above pictured.

Preheat the oven at 350 degrees. Combine the can of condensed milk, two cups of the graham cracker crumbs, a cup of the chocolate chips, 1/2 a cup of nuts (optional, and any of your choice), and one tsp of cinnamon and mix them together.  At one point, the consistency should be a little harder to combine.  This is when you know it's pretty much ready to be baked.

You can make them thicker by putting them in a 9x9 pan, or use a 13x9 for thinner chews.  Bake them for about 25-30 minutes.  If you like them gooey, 25 minutes.  If you like them cakey, 30 minutes.  Sprinkle powdered sugar on top!  Don't skip that step, it's a classic! ;)

If you recreate them, tweet me a picture.  Trust me they are so delicious!

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