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Date-Pecan Bars

July/August 1995, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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Here, graham cracker crumbs, dates and nuts are folded into beaten eggs and sugar to make a wonderfully chewy bar that's much lighter than traditional recipes.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I did change the graham cracker crumbs to my husband's favorite Bastone (sp) cookies. Graham crackers have "partially hydrogenated fats," which I try very hard not to use in any of my recipes. Ground the cookies as I would have the...
Date-Pecan Bars

2 Reviews for Date-Pecan Bars

05/22/2010

I did change the graham cracker crumbs to my husband's favorite Bastone (sp) cookies. Graham crackers have "partially hydrogenated fats," which I try very hard not to use in any of my recipes. Ground the cookies as I would have the crackers and folded into the batter. They were light and delicious!!! The men at my husband's work have requested more...they absolutely love them. I will make again.

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Anonymous wrote 2 years 1 week ago

Can you please tell me what

Can you please tell me what are Bastone cookies ??
Where can I find them ?
Thanks....
Mira

12/24/2009
Anonymous

Once cooled, these were pretty delicious! I don't know if it completely satisfies my pecan pie craving, but comes pretty close!

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