This recipe was written on a lined index card and found in a large collection, date unknown. I’ve typed it below along with a scanned copy.

Handwritten Recipe For Hello Dollies

Hello Dollies

2 cups graham cracker crumbs
1 stick melted oleo

Combine — press in (8″ or 9″) pan

Sprinkle on crust:

3 1/2 oz coconut
6 oz choc chips
1 c nuts

Dribble over top

1 can Eagle Brand Milk

Bake 30 – 45 min — 350°

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11 Responses to Hello Dollies Recipe Card – Handwritten

Vickie Martin
Published 23 November, 2011 in 12:50 am

Thanks for sharing. This recipe was a favorite my Grandma Friday would make. Everyone at the family reunions always looked forward to her Hello Dolly cookies.

Published 4 October, 2012 in 5:05 pm

I’ve been looking for a grapenut ice cream recipe. I came onto your site. Thanks so much for making this available. It’s so genuine coming from Post recipes.

Published 2 November, 2012 in 2:19 pm

Thanks for the memories – this was my Mother’s favorite treat to make.

Thanks for the your very fun and well-organized site!

Published 24 February, 2013 in 8:20 pm

Wow! Besides the handwritten card that my mother had, until now I’ve never seen another copy of this recipe that calls them “Hello Dolly” or “Hello Dollies”. Neat! I wonder how they got named that, and why the name didn’t stick–no one calls them that now.

Published 22 January, 2015 in 12:15 pm

Yum! These are one of my favorite treats

May Watson
Published 11 December, 2017 in 3:17 pm

I loved the pie because Coconut is my favorite and chocolate is the second putting them together made it delicious!!!!!

Published 8 February, 2018 in 6:30 pm

Thanks for sharing these wonderful recipes. I had the Hello Dollie one and lost it. So glad to see it again!

Published 19 November, 2018 in 7:42 pm

I make this as sheet cookies. I add butterscotch chips. It’s a holiday treat for us.

Rose Hopper
Published 29 April, 2019 in 1:57 pm

Bakery and Deli and she had a cake Vienna Mocha Torte. Does any one have that recipe?

Published 13 November, 2019 in 8:26 am

When you say one can of Eagle Brand milk, do you mean evaporated or sweetened condensed milk? Thanks.

charlene eddy
Published 21 June, 2022 in 4:36 am

I just found your site and the seniors that I cook for are just loving the memories that these desserts are bringing to them.
The Hello Dollie recipe calls for eagle brand milk, is that condensed or evaporated?

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