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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

07/06/2010
Anonymous

I made these for 4th of July and they went over famously! I can't believe how fresh and vibrant they taste, and how deceptively decadent they are! The only reason I don't give them 5 stars is they are a bit tedious to make, requiring a lot of time and careful reading of the instructions, which will prevent them from ending up in common rotation at our house. But they are fabulous for the season, and I made them exactly as written. Next time I shall try using strawberries and topping with blueberries. ;)

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07/06/2010
Anonymous

Made these for a July 4th get together... took a little longer than expected to prepare but will be making these again & again as everyone loved them... would suggest preparing a day ahead and letting sit up in frig... if you're counting calories you can relax and enjoy!

KMalone

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06/29/2010
Anonymous

These bars turned out looking beautiful but tasted mediocre, at best. A LOT of work for such disappointing flavor when finished.

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06/29/2010

I really liked these, as Raspberries are my favorite fruit. The season is too short so I am thinking that I will try with blackberries also.

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06/16/2010
Anonymous

These bars were fantastic! Everyone that tried them loved them. I've made them twice this week and know it will become my staple go to dessert. I can't wait to try them with other fruit and create my own versions.

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