Pix Potluck: Piña Colada Squares

By: Frank Samperi

Everyone's getting into the baking spirit now that the holidays are fast approaching, including Nancy Josland Dalsin, who shared this recipe for Piña Colada Squares on our Facebook page.

Layer 1: Graham-cracker, cocoa and walnut crust.

Layer 2: Crushed pineapple and coconut.

Layer 3: Semi-sweet chocolate.

They look DELICIOUS. Somebody please make us a batch!

We're also pretty proud of our own   12 Days of Cookies, a sweet line-up of holiday cookies from some of our favorite Cooking Channel chefs. So what are you waiting for? Get baking!

Got a layer cookie recipe to share with us here or on Facebook?
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