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Raspberry Bars

May/June 2009

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Tart raspberry filling is swirled into a low-fat cream filling in these beautiful bars. They're a festive treat for a summer picnic or party.



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Raspberry Bars

20 Reviews for Raspberry Bars

02/09/2015

These were definitely not sweet enough. We could barely eat them. No flavor at all.

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02/16/2013
Gluten Free

I made these for some Fireman to say Thank You. I used my Vita Mix instead of a food processor and it was super easy and easy clean up. I am disabled and don't have lots of energy for clean up. I had no problem with this recipe. I will definitely make again. Even my daughter who hates most of our GF stuff loved this and wanted me to save more for us :)

Awesome and easy
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Anonymous wrote 1 year 43 weeks ago

Hi there. How did u make

Hi there. How did u make these gluten free?

07/04/2012
Fresh, chilled, summery dessert

I'll make these again, but my husband said they weren't sweet enough for him. I'm a fan though. These are 3 points on Weight Watchers - plus, a chilled summer, fruit dessert is a welcome treat to me. I plan to try it with other fruits, too. Strawberries, blueberries, maybe peaches would work nicely and be sweeter without adding more sugar.

Minimal baking time
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03/26/2012
Anonymous

These are delicious and healthy. There are so many different fruits you could use. I did not find it necessary to boil the fruit, only the gelatin mixture and then add fresh or frozen fruit. Today I am making them with fresh California strawberries.

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12/30/2011
Wow, SO incredible!

Positively WONDERFUL!! I substituted Splenda for the sugar and used Agar flakes instead of gelatin, and the bars were sublime (with only 0.6 grams of sugar for 2 bars!). I made these for my diabetic father-in-law for New Year's eve dessert and he couldn't believe how heavenly they were!! I can't wait to use strawberries & blueberries for 4th of July!! Yes, the recipe is involved and uses a lot of bowls and equipment...but if you love to cook & bake and love healthy but delicious food, it is worth it!!

Delicious & Healthy
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