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There is no way this small amount of dough could ever cover a jelly roll pan. I used a regular cake pan and it was a real stretch. The bars came our very thin. Having said that, they are delicious.

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KayBeeOakdale July 06, 2006

Fresh raspberries are in season here, and am I ever glad they are! This is a delicious and simple recipe, thanks Bethie!

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~Leslie~ July 04, 2006

This is a wonderfully nice and refreshing bite to eat. It is NOT too sweet, and the raspberries add a certain tartness that is super at midday. Thank you for a nice recipe.

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Chabear01 July 04, 2006

amazing!! i just adore these, used a cookie sheet and patted it out They are not to be missed :)

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MarraMamba February 08, 2010

Oh YUM! This goes straight into my Favorites of 2009 cookbook. They are exquisite and a very small piece (e.g., 2"x2") is entirely satisfying. I used a jelly roll pan with dimensions of 15" by 11" (rather than what I consider a 'normal' size of 18"x12"). I patted out about 2/3rds of the dough in it, put on the raspberries and dotted the rest of the dough over the top, then pressed lightly. The top dough spread nicely. It didn't completely cover the raspberries, but left some peeking out--which I thought was perfect. Thanks for sharing this...I'll make it again!

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BarbryT July 30, 2009
British Raspberry Oaties