By Shirl (J) 831 on July 01, 2003
"I could NOT keep these on the plate once cut and served. Can't remember where I got the recipe but my "JOSHUA" loves these bars."
Serving Size: 1 (31 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 24
"Very good and so easy. The cookies part is slightly chewy and slightly crispy. Keeper recipe. Thank you very much for sharing it."
"I made these last night and they are all gone already. I'm afraid I cannot bake this because I will eat the whole pan. Thank you"
"Forgot to rate it when I posted my review. 5 stars definitely."
"I use this for my catering when I need breakfast items...it is the first to go...I change the jams and make different flavors...always works no matter what the flavor...thanks for a reliable and tasty bar recipe."
"These taste pretty good but I found them dry."
"I made this recipe with Splenda and sugar-free jam for my mom who is diabetic. She LOVED them so much and they're the easiest and fastest treat to make. They don't brown up as much as the original recipe, but still delicious and crispy."
"I loved that it was very simple to make. I used white suger instead of brown (next time I'll use brown). It was still a very good cookie, thank you for sharing."
"Very easy to make and they were the best I loved them. Thanks for sharing"
"Adding these to my Christmas cookie collection, they are so easy and delicious. I actually forgot to add the baking soda and they still turned out awesome. Off to make another batch!"
"Oh geez, these are fantastic! With so few ingredients, I thought there was a chance they might be bland but they were rich and buttery and perfectly sweet. Made as directed and they came out perfectly. Will definately make again and have already transfered the recipe to my box of favorites for easy access."
"These were really, really, seriously good. They have become a favorite so quickly. They are fast to make too!"
"These really are wonderful. I look forward to sharing them. I may try blueberry or apricot jam too in the future... Thanks!"
"Oh yum! They come out tasting like shortbread, buttery and crisp and just crumbly enough to hold together well. I used Scottish three berry preserves and and looking forward to trying it with others. I think next time I'll throw a little bit of cinnamon in with the dough."
"I guess I must have been craving this and didn't even know it, because this really hit the spot! I warmed the jam in the microwave for about 30 seconds to make it easier to spread."
"I doubled the recipe and added about a teaspoon or two of vanilla extract into the dough mixture. Baked it in a 9x13 glass dish. Very tasty and easy to make. I will make these again for sure!"
"Made these for a shower - everyone loved them - even the kids. Very easy to make - will use again and again."