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Chocolate, Cranberry & Oat Bars

Chocolate, Cranberry & Oat Bars recipe
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Chewy and sweet with tart cranberries, rich chocolate chunks and crunchy pecans...these bars can make it that much easier to stick to your smart eating plan.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
32 servings
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posted:
12/9/2007
I loved it, but I made some substitutions since i am a diabetic. I used Splenda instead of sugar. They turned out great.
posted:
12/7/2007
make this recipe, its so good and good for you. The tartnest of the cranberries and the crunch of the pecan makes it so yummy. For a busting taste, I added some orange zest to it. Try it, You'll love it.
posted:
12/7/2007
We loved this recipe. The bars were very moist and chewy. The combination of cranberries and dark chocolate chunks was yummy. I cooled and chilled the bars before cutting them so the chocolate was firm. I'm freezing them for the holidays. The copy of the recipe in the Kraft Holiday 2007 edition of FOOD and FAMILY MAGAZINE calls for baking the bars for 20-22 minutes. I had to double the baking time listed. They took 43 min. They were still wet and gooey after 20 min.
posted:
12/7/2007
These cookies are wonderful. They didn't even last a day!!!
posted:
12/7/2007
Overall the flavor is really good. I personally would use slightly less cranberries and maybe a little more chocolate. I'm not as crazy about all those cranberries, but I have a feeling I'm in the minority on that one! Yes, as other reviewers have said, these do turn out crumbly, but the flavor is still there!
posted:
12/6/2007
This is awesome! My husband isn't crazy for cranberries so I was nervous. But he loved it and so did everyone else who had some. They're so good they don't taste healthy. I'm making these again tomorrow and maybe again for a cookie exchange. You've got to try it!
posted:
12/6/2007
It was too crumbly.nice flavor but I would use less flour and oats if I ever made it again..
posted:
12/5/2007
Enjoyed the healthy living side of this recipe, very good.
posted:
12/5/2007
My husband enjoyed these very much. I did substitute white chocolate chips for the chocolate.
posted:
12/4/2007
I used your basic recipe but tweeked it a bit. Had dried cherries on hand and soaked them in a low sugar grape juice, also used toasted walnuts and reduced the chocolate a bit. To cut out some fat I used unsweetened apple sauce for half the butter called for and I did have to bake it a bit longer than 30 minutes. The end result is yummy and I feel good about eating them, too!
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