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Pumpkin Pie Bars

Pumpkin Pie Bars recipe
photo by:kraft
Crunchy oat-nut crust, cream cheese in the filling and sweet crumbs combine to take pumpkin pie to a new and even more delicious level.
15 min
55 min
24 servings
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I made this for Thanksgiving. I don't like pumpkin, but these bars were delicious!
This was good but was missing something. Next time I might try a little cinnamon on top before baking.
I made the for thanksgiving dinner and everyone loved them. I even gave the recipe to another guest at dinner. I made several alterartions to the original recipe, but it was still easy. I took another persons suggestion and substituted one cup of the flour with grahm cracker crumbs. I also substituted the pumpkin for sweet potatoes and added some brown sugar to the filling. Lastly, I added the topping after 20 minutes of baking and baked it an extra 5 to 10 minutes. My husband is not crazy about any kind of pie and he absolutely loved these.
I thought this recipe was just OK. I was excited to make it because of all the rave reviews it got, but it just wasn't as fantastic as I had hoped.
Was very good & tasty, but I'm partial to pumpkin. This is a regular for all the holidays.
we enjoyed these from a friend who did not like them. we will make them with splenda in the future.
These are absolutely delicious - and so easy to make! They've become a big hit in my family, especially around the holidays. In fact, for Thanksgiving this year everyone skipped over the traditional pumpkin pie and went straight for the bars! WARNING: They are very addicting!
It was very good! I had a few people who do not like pumpkin very well but they thought these were wonderful!
As someone said before me: BUMMER! I just made these tonight for Thanksgiving tomorrow. First, these do not turn out as 'high' as they appear in the photo - makes them less pretty. I, too, had to bake them for an extra 10 minutes - at 25 minutes, they were still rather raw. I expected a dense, cheesecake flavor (I used Philly 1/3 less fat cream cheese), but it's really just like eating pumpkin pie, despite the addition of cream cheese. The crust/topping is sweet and I think it balances the not-so-sweet pumpkin nicely. I will make them again because they feed more than a pumpkin pie will, but they really aren't as awesome as I thought they'd be.
For best results, use the crust directions and follow instructions for regular pumpkin pie filling, prepared that way it's a family favorite.
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