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Apple Pie Bars

Apple Pie Bars recipe
photo by:kraft
Delicious and great to please a large group of apple pie lovers. Refrigerate the crust ingredients for 1/2 hour for easier rolling!
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on 3/31/2015
35 min
1 hr 30 min
16 servings
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10 Apples ??? I used 8 large Granny Smith apples and it was too much. Make sure you slice the apples very thin - mine were still very firm after baking. I had no problem with the dough - I rolled it out between two sheets of parchment paper and it worked well. I will cut back on the sugar next time.
slap your mama !! it was great... i even forgot the icing and it was still great ... but yes the icing made it even better :) dont want to share with anyone ..HEEHEE the only thing i did different was i mashed out both dough by hand i found it to be simple
I made this for my co-workers! They absolutely loved it.
I made this for a bbq, and received nothing but raves about it. I had no problem with the crust, but I had left the cream cheese on the counter for a while before I used it. I adapted it somewhat, I used Becel instead of butter, and as a diabetic I used splenda instead of sugar. No icing on top, but it was delicious. Will definately make this again...and again..
I thought the ingredients were simple but the crust was very hard to work with...I would not change the crust as I feel it really made the bars. I sliced the apples very thin and did not layer them very thick and that helped the done-ness. Overall everyone raved about them and I passed the recipe around...
What a difficult crust to work with! Three cups of flour makes it very dry and even with the correct size pan there still wasn't enough dough for an edge. If I make it again I'll increase the fat so I can add more flour and have more dough to work with.
Very easy crust to make, let dough warm slightly before rolling, needs bit of salt if using unsalted butter. I baked prescribed time, crust browned but apples not as "cooked" looking as photo and still a little chewy - will dice apples next time. For my family's taste it could use a bit more cinnamon or combo spice such as apple pie spice. I used apple peeler/corer so this cut the work time considerably. Good pie for a crowd!
Although the pie dough is simple as far as ingredients, it was difficult to work with. The dough is cut in half for two crust, I had a hard time rolling out the first dough but the second half worked much easier, maybe from sitting at room temperature while I struggled with the first one. The filling is great although quite sweet. So this dessert definitely needs a cup of coffee or glass of milk to go along with it. I will make again, but think I will cut the sugar 1/4 cup and let the dough sit for a while to maybe warm up a bit.
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