Jun 24, 2011

My Apple Pie Bars

With ninety-one organic apples on my tree, I had to come up with a very special recipe and here it is. It’s a lot less work than making traditional apple pie and the best part is… it’s healthier… made without shortening or butter, only heart-healthy canola oil. I love that!

It tastes just as good as a pie, in fact, Denis keeps calling it pie but I say a piece of pie is pointed and this is square – it is NOT pie! Whatever you call it, this is one of my best recipes.

And try to eat just one piece of p….. uh…. I mean one bar. 🙂

Click here for the recipe.

June 25th

I made apple pie bars again. I had to. My apples were calling me from the tree: “We’re ready! Over here! Eat us! Bake us into one of those pie bars! We need a purpose! We like being snuggled in that delicious crust. Please Jenny, take us before the squirrels come!!”

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4 Comments on “My Apple Pie Bars”

  1. Rhonda says:

    Funny Jenny!…lol…
    For you to have 91 apples on one little tree maybe the squirrels have scrammed and left town. Let’s hope so 😉

  2. AJ says:

    Pretty tasty, and easy to follow directions. Wish I had an apple tree l, but sadly all I have are fresh oranges.. Still store bought is just fine.

    Thanks for sharing, I love tring out recipes for sweet foods.

    I was looking at some older recipes and saw one for a bread pudding that caught my eye, i was thinking I might try and merge it with parts of my grandmothers bananna bread pudding recipe and see how it turns out.

  3. Rhonda says:

    Yummy! I love pies and I will take your word on this. You know good cooking and the things you come up with are sooo deliciously put together 🙂
    I’m going now to see what I need for this recipe. I probably got everything except for maybe some fresh apples…
    Thank you for sharing this recipe Jenny. I do enjoy trying out foods you enjoy making. I can’t get over your caramel corn. It is addictive and so easy to make. I might have to make that too. I’m craving it, seriously…lol…

  4. sue says:

    Wow does that look good!! I eat two organic apples a day everyday. I don’t have my own tree but I buy Natures Promise from Giant. They are sooo good. I’m sure they will be perfect to try this recipe.

    Thanks for sharing Jenny! 🙂

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