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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:
11/25/2007
I loved this recipe. It came out perfect. I made these in bars, and after reading the reviews I was worried that they might not come out right. I cooked them in a metal pan for about 25 minutes and they were perfect. The only thing about these was they were pretty crumbly. I think I cut them too soon. Next time I will let these chill for a while before cutting them. They had great texture and a perfect combination of flavors. We loved these. They didn't look so pretty, but they tasted really yummy!!
posted:
11/25/2007
Bleaghhhh! Dry and they don't brown. They taste half raw even though I cooked them longer than stated in order to set the center. Expensive ingredients - dried cranberries, chocolate and nuts wasted that could have one in to something good.
posted:
11/24/2007
My husband made these to go into the soldiers boxes our church was sending to Iraq. They were such a hit. We received a request to send more.
posted:
11/20/2007
This was delicious!!!!! Heavy in consistency when baked. However it took at least 30 min to bake.
posted:
11/20/2007
This recipe is okay. I thought it would be better. I made the recipe with all the ingredients called for and found out it is difficult to chop the chocolate. I recommend just using chocolate chips. It would be much faster. The bars were kind of dry, but maybe that's because I left them in for an additional 10 minutes, as other users have recommended.
posted:
11/17/2007
This recipe was SO good. These bars taste great and they've got a little bit of 'good-for-you' in them...They have great flavor with the chocolate, the cranberries, the orange juice, the oats...YUM! I didn't expect they'd be this great! They're really easy to make too.
posted:
11/17/2007
I think this recipe has potential but I would add cinnamon and other spices to spruce this up. I found it bland strictly following the recipe.
posted:
11/14/2007
This recipe was easy and yummy. Even my husband, who hates berries of all kinds, enjoyed it. I also like that it was a relatively healthy snack.
posted:
11/13/2007
I followed the advice of other readers and made cookies instead of bars. They turned out great and it was the first time I'd tried this recipe. Suprisingly, the cookies take nearly 20 minutes to bake (about the same as the bars)
posted:
11/12/2007
i made this recipy for my woman's Bible study group and they all wanted the recipy. it was a hit, i will definately take it again. the kids also loved it for a fairly healthy snack. thank you for posting this recipy!!!!!!!
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