Apple Bars Taste Of Home

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Apple Bars Taste Of Home

Prep15 m Cook25 m Ready In40 m Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C). In a large bowl, cream together the brown sugar, butter and shortening until smooth. Combine 1 3/4 cups flour, oats, baking soda and salt; stir into the creamed mixture until well blended. Set aside 2 cups of this mixture. Press the remaining mixture into the bottom of an ungreased 9×13 inch baking pan. In a medium bowl, toss apples with lemon juice, then toss them with the 3 tablespoons of flour. Spread the apple mixture evenly over the prepared crust. In a small saucepan over medium heat, melt caramels, stirring frequently until smooth. Pour the melted caramels evenly over the apples. Sprinkle the reserved oat mixture over the top of the apple layer. Press down lightly. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes in the preheated oven, until the top is golden brown and the apples are tender. Cut while slightly warm and refrigerate any leftover bars. You might also like Delicious Raspberry Oatmeal Cookie Bars Easy jammy cookie bars are the best! Carmel Apple Cheesecake A heavenly match: Caramel apples and cheesecake! Apple Butter Bars Apple-spiced and buttery good. Get the magazine Get a full year for just $7.99! Cook 5-star weekday dinners every time.

Apple Bars Taste Of Home

This is only one of many wonderful recipes that my mother handed down to me. With their flaky crust and scrumptious fruit filling, these delicious bars are the perfect way to serve apple pie to a crowd.—Janet English, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Recommended: 28 Apple Recipes to Make in a 13×9 Pan Get a new recipe in your inbox each day with the FREE Recipe of the Day Newsletter >

Apple Bars Taste Of Home

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Prep15 m Cook25 m Ready In40 m Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C). In a large bowl, cream together the brown sugar, butter and shortening until smooth. Combine 1 3/4 cups flour, oats, baking soda and salt; stir into the creamed mixture until well blended. Set aside 2 cups of this mixture. Press the remaining mixture into the bottom of an ungreased 9×13 inch baking pan. In a medium bowl, toss apples with lemon juice, then toss them with the 3 tablespoons of flour. Spread the apple mixture evenly over the prepared crust. In a small saucepan over medium heat, melt caramels, stirring frequently until smooth. Pour the melted caramels evenly over the apples. Sprinkle the reserved oat mixture over the top of the apple layer. Press down lightly. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes in the preheated oven, until the top is golden brown and the apples are tender. Cut while slightly warm and refrigerate any leftover bars.

Apple Bars Taste Of Home

Hi Shannon, I would not recommend freezing the apple dulce de leche tart so the apples don’t get sort of mushy when you bring them to room temperature. As for these cheesecake bars. You can definitely bake them a couple of days in advance and top with the thin layer of dulce de leche. Leave the ganache layer until the day you need them. Keep the bars in an airtight container. There are lots of recipes that can be made in advance, it all depends on what you’re exactly looking for Happy baking, Roxana

Apple Bars Taste Of Home

Ham_Sammich User ID: 8473184 231681 Reviewed Aug. 24, 2015 “Having never made a pie before, this turned out fabulously! I used gala apples and let the bars cool completely overnight before glazing/cutting the bars. My bars looked just like the picture above – and received rave reviews from everyone who tried them!”

Apple Bars Taste Of Home

MY REVIEW peanutsnona76 User ID: 8027573 222572 Reviewed Mar. 11, 2015 “Have made this wonderful recipe since it came out in ’02. Fantastic. Has always turned out beautifully. As with just about any recipe you can adjust spices and (usually) sweetener to taste. Types of apples vary in sweetness and texture, and some are better for baking than others. I certainly wouldn’t delete this recipe- common sense would dictate an an adjustment as mentioned above to impart it with enough “apple pie taste” for each baker’s tastes.”

Apple Bars Taste Of Home

peanutsnona76 User ID: 8027573 222572 Reviewed Mar. 11, 2015 “Have made this wonderful recipe since it came out in ’02. Fantastic. Has always turned out beautifully. As with just about any recipe you can adjust spices and (usually) sweetener to taste. Types of apples vary in sweetness and texture, and some are better for baking than others. I certainly wouldn’t delete this recipe- common sense would dictate an an adjustment as mentioned above to impart it with enough “apple pie taste” for each baker’s tastes.”

Apple Bars Taste Of Home

“I am giving this recipe only 3 stars because overall it did not come together as a whole. There were elements to this dessert that did not turm out for me and I followed the exact recipe. My crust turned out perfect though and it was my first time making crust! The apple apple center was EXTREMELY sweet and cinnomony (I would recommend using less), and the center was extremely runny (as if it had never set up properly) when I cut into the next day after baking it. The center poured out of the crust. What went wrong I wonder? When I was preping the dessert I had wondered about the combination of ingredients and I felt it needed something more to bind the center ingredients. I would not make this again because for as much time as it took to prep, I would have expected a better overall end result. Kudos to the recipe though because I certainly will use the crust ingredients again in the future for other desserts.”

MY REVIEW kennedy009 User ID: 8090538 115516 Reviewed Nov. 11, 2014 “I am giving this recipe only 3 stars because overall it did not come together as a whole. There were elements to this dessert that did not turm out for me and I followed the exact recipe. My crust turned out perfect though and it was my first time making crust! The apple apple center was EXTREMELY sweet and cinnomony (I would recommend using less), and the center was extremely runny (as if it had never set up properly) when I cut into the next day after baking it. The center poured out of the crust. What went wrong I wonder? When I was preping the dessert I had wondered about the combination of ingredients and I felt it needed something more to bind the center ingredients. I would not make this again because for as much time as it took to prep, I would have expected a better overall end result. Kudos to the recipe though because I certainly will use the crust ingredients again in the future for other desserts.”

kennedy009 User ID: 8090538 115516 Reviewed Nov. 11, 2014 “I am giving this recipe only 3 stars because overall it did not come together as a whole. There were elements to this dessert that did not turm out for me and I followed the exact recipe. My crust turned out perfect though and it was my first time making crust! The apple apple center was EXTREMELY sweet and cinnomony (I would recommend using less), and the center was extremely runny (as if it had never set up properly) when I cut into the next day after baking it. The center poured out of the crust. What went wrong I wonder? When I was preping the dessert I had wondered about the combination of ingredients and I felt it needed something more to bind the center ingredients. I would not make this again because for as much time as it took to prep, I would have expected a better overall end result. Kudos to the recipe though because I certainly will use the crust ingredients again in the future for other desserts.”

This is only one of many wonderful recipes that my mother handed down to me. With their flaky crust and scrumptious fruit filling, these delicious bars are the perfect way to serve apple pie to a crowd.—Janet English, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

These are a really good change from apple pie since they are glazed and a little bit sweeter. The dough is firm enough that you can eat them with your hands and are best when apples are in season. —Diane Turner, Brunswick, Ohio Featured In: 25 Potluck Desserts to Feed a Crowd Get a new recipe in your inbox each day with the FREE Recipe of the Day Newsletter >

These are a really good change from apple pie since they are glazed and a little bit sweeter. The dough is firm enough that you can eat them with your hands and are best when apples are in season. —Diane Turner, Brunswick, Ohio

“Tastes just like apple pie, but smaller servings than pie, which is nice. I would recommend using Granny Smith apples to get around the sweetness and runniness others mentioned. My filling came out perfect, just like the photo. Definitely a keeper.”

martylb User ID: 1456305 218852 Reviewed Jan. 25, 2015 “Tastes just like apple pie, but smaller servings than pie, which is nice. I would recommend using Granny Smith apples to get around the sweetness and runniness others mentioned. My filling came out perfect, just like the photo. Definitely a keeper.”

Hi Crystal, I actually froze these bars so I know for sure they freeze well. Just take a few out, as needed, and let them get to room temperature before eating them. Let me know how they turn out!

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