Just like the name applies this truly tastes like a chocolate cherry cordial! What a fantastic bar, moist and simple to make. I bake it an air bake pan, and could have left it in for 5 more minutes to bake. I’m sure to get requests for this recipe, as we are taking it to church this morning. Another keeper thank you Karen.
I have also made these during the holidays for years. They are quick, moist and always requested!
Outstanding bars. I did refrigerate them for about 2 hours before cutting into them, and the bars seperated easier than described below.
The taste of these bars definately earned a five, they were very good. however, the bars were so moist they gave me a lot of trouble. i was maing them for a bake sale and i was trying to cut them to look nice, but having a very hard time as they were very sticky. the chocolate chips came out of the bottom whenever i moved them the bars didnt look very tasty at first, but as you can tell from the picture a little drizzled chocolate and powdersugar will do the trick!
I made these last night and, although I adored the flavour, I could not get the centre to set. It does not taste bad or anything, it is just very wet. I am going to re-visit what I did and try and figure it out. But, flavour wise? Fantastic! I'll likely be trying these again just to try and get them right! Thanks!
so moist ... my friends love it ... definitely more of a cake than bars, though.
What a wonderful... sweet treat. I baked it in an air bake pan and left it in the oven for an extra 5 minutes,and drizzled it with chocolate. Pretty enough to take to a function and return an empty tray. Everyone loved it This will become a regular, thank you so very much for this great recipe!!
Gorgeous! I too have made these before. Out of my own preference I use semi-sweett chocolate chips as I always loved the cherry cordials in dark chocolate. People want these again and again and have to wait for Christmas every year! Thank you!