I made these today and they were so good. My husband loved them....Tomorrow I'm making more for his office. By the way, to prepare the pan - do you grease and flour - I did and it worked fine. Also, baked in little larger pan and turned out fine. Wanda from Texas
It was fun to hear the cranberries pop in the oven. The cranberries were very refreshing to bit into. I found that the dough did not pour as the recipe stated. The consistency was like cookie dough, so I buttered my knife and spread it into my pan. Everyone liked these. Thank You.
My friends and family all loved these bars. This is a very easy recipe!
Wow! This was not only delicious, but easy and quick! I used fresh cranberries. DH took a plate of these to the Christmas decorating event at church and came home to report that I'd screwed up...I asked what he meant by this and he told me... "You didn't send a copy of the recipe." It turned out that everyone, literally everyone wanted the recipe. The next day several of the ladies at church came up and asked me for the recipe. Now I'll have to get printing... :-) Thanks for sharing such a hit Bonnie!
This is a very tasty bar. It's light and fast to make. My family really enjoyed this. I will make this a must for my recipe file. Happyclip
I made these over the holidays for breakfast when my in-laws were in town. They kept for a long time and were fantastic, chewy and just the right amount of flakiness! Amazing!
sounds all so good!! and veary easy. been Looking for a easy Recipe. Like this for a Long Time. Ginny Ross.
Yum! Awesome bars and very quick to fix. Used cranberries from my freezer and omitted the nuts. Not cakey, these bars are the perfect blondie (texture like a brownie) with burts of red tart cranberry. Half a cup of mini chocolate chips would be an interesting addition. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Wow these are SO good--and the house smelled so nice as they baked that my daughter asked what is that wonderful smell! I did make a few adjustments: cut the butter to 1/4 c. and added 1/4 c. vanilla yogurt. I used 1 c. brown sugar instead of 1 1/2 c. white. Oh, and I used 1 c. white flour, 1/2 c. whole wheat flour and added about 1/2 t. salt. The batter was thick and hard to spread, but I managed it. Since my kids don't like nuts, I didn't put any in the batter, but sprinkled sugared pecans on half the batter once I put it in the pan. The nuts got good and crunchy in the oven and added a nice contrast to the soft, sweet/tart cranberry bars.
Simple and delicious - full of cranberry flavor. I think next time I might add some white chocolate chips to the batter. Thanks for posting!