Blueberry Lattice Bars
Total TimePrep: 25 min. + chilling Bake: 30 min.
While this recipe looks delicious and I love blueberries, I'm pretty sure I won't be making this recipe. The name is a minomer judging by the picture. That is not a proper lattice top your showing. A true lattice top alternates going in and out. This one has long sections that don't appear to do that. Hopefully this picture is not of the winning bars, but a misrepresentation. I know lattice crusts are tricky and time consuming, but it really irks me when a lattice top is referenced when its really just strips laid across. I know people disqualified from cooking contests for less, and you let this win a prize.
TAkes much longer prep time. Lattice dough was impossible to keep in long strips. Had to continually piece it. Probably be easier with a crumble topping. I spent 1 hour 45 minutes from rolling dough until I put in in the oven. Probably another 15 minutes making the dough & preping berries.
Can this be made with Apricots and how?
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Hi Zirilli - The pan in the picture is a 13x9-in. baking pan, notice how tall the sides of the pan are? We haven't tried this recipe in a larger pan. Sue Stetzel Taste of Home Magazine
You say 9x13 pan but picture shows a half sheet pan. Did you double the recipe?
Looks delicious! I am wondering if anyone has tried it with blackberries? I have tons this year and would love to find a new recipe to use them up!
Blueberries are one of my favorite fruits and these bars showcase blueberries very well!! Yum!
Pretty good recipe. I used frozen blueberries bc it's winter and they are cheaper but next time I will use fresh and tart blueberries and I think I'll have a better, stronger tasting bar.
I put some crunchy sugar crystals on the top! They looked so fancy!