long v neck prom dress

Seven layer bars (or, "Hello Dolly" cake - according to Vetura Carter ) (posted for Colleen Pasco )
Preheat over to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
Line an 8" x 8" (or 8" x 14') pan with aluminum foil.
Put one (or one and a half) stick(s) of butter (cut into chunks) in the pan and put in the preheating oven to melt.
Crush up one box of graham crackers** (put in a baggie, seal and roll the can of condensed milk over it if you don't need to take out your aggression on some innocent graham crackers) long v neck prom dress
When butter is melted, add graham cracker crumbs to it - smush it down so it forms a crust.
Pour one entire bag of chocolate chips (semi-sweet, dark, milk, your choice) on top of the crust.
add half a bag of flaked coconut to the top of this chocolate pile, and smush it down again. (if you don't press it down, it crumbles when you try to cut it after it is baked)
(the coconut is sticky - fair warning)
Pour one can of sweetened condensed milk over top of the chocolate/coconut layer (this will take time - the stuff is thick)
Add layers of whatever else you want (crushed up pecans, walnuts, butterscotch chips, etc.)
Top it off with the last of the coconut, and do one final smush.
Pop it into your preheated oven somewhere near the middle rack for 20 minutes. The coconut will be slightly browned on top, and the crust should not be burnt.
Pull it out and let it cool for about 10 minutes before you try to pull the foil out of the pan and cut the bars.

** you could really use 2/3 of the box, and save the other third for snacking on while you wait for this to bake