Very good & moist added extra apple pieces.
Definitely tasty and moist. It is more of a cake than a bar (as others have said). I used whole wheat flour and otherwise followed recipe exactly. Next time, I think I'll make it in a loaf pan, add raisins and nuts and see how that works.
Thanks KC_Cooker for such a light and tasty recipe. I used unsalted butter and whole wheat flour instead of all purpose flour, it turned out just perfect. I could give 10 stars if I could.
These were very good: moist, with strong apple, cinnamon, and honey flavors. I made these for Rosh Hashanah, and served them with vanilla ice cream. DH and DS loved them, too. I was amazed that the honey flavor came through as well as it did--it really shone, despite the cinnamon and apples. I used granny smith instead of golden delicious, as I prefer the flavor. Also, I used clover honey. A stronger honey might be good, but it might overwhelm the apple, too. I'd stick with clover honey, myself. Thanks for posting!
Edit: I had a few of these stashed in my freezer and after thawing, I warmed them in the microwave for about 10 seconds and served with a dollop of Haagen-Daz lowfat caramel ice cream. There are definitely a dessert to be eaten a la mode. They were delicious. Thanks!
these are great, they're not too sweet. The texture is rather cakey and quite tender. I used granny smith apple, chopped coarsely (for a bit of crunch) and added 1/2 cup chopped toasted almonds (for crunch). I served them with Haagen Daz Rum Raisin ice cream, which is TDF! Thanks for the recipe!
This is a very tasty bar. It is a quick and easy bar to make. I did make a glaze and drizzle on top. It was just as good the next morning with coffee. Thanks for posting.
These were good freshly baked, and were better the next day. I really liked the cinnamon and (especially) the honey flavors, which made these just a bit different than other recipes I've tried. They are "just right" as far as sweetness goes. I agree these bars are really like a cake that stays flat. My only real problem was that I think they need something texture-wise. Maybe some dried cranberries or some walnuts? This is a good, easy recipe to try when you have an open jar of applesauce to use up. Thank you!