The end result tasted great but these didn't set up very well for me. The peaches part was still quite juicy and liquidy after 4 hours of cooling the bars. I did use some fairly juicy peaches, but I know the mixture was thick when I took it off the stove with the cornstarch. Also, next time, I'd make at least a quarter more of the topping-or possibly double it. There just wasn't very much on top after I used the recommended amount for the base. Possibly using a smaller pan would solve this issue, too. The bars tasted fantastic, but the execution needs some tinkering with.
From EatingWell: September/October 2010
Try your favorite combination of stone fruit, such as peaches and cherries, in these easy fruit bars.
6 Reviews for Stone-Fruit Bars
It would be nice to have alternate directions for those of us who don't own food processors.
I made this with cherries and featured it on my food blog here http://damegoodeats.blogspot.com/2010/09/stone-fruit-bars-cherry-oat.html
I loved it! Def want to try it with peaches
Really great! I used pears, ginger gold apples, and 1 peach. Needed to use up some fruit and it worked! These bars I'll make again. Just the right sweetness. Wonderfully fruity. Delicious crust. A winner!