Winning Apricot Bars
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 30 min. + cooling
I don't like coconut so subbed a cup of almond meal, and added some sliced almonds along with the walnuts. This was good, but I didn't put enough jam in, so it was a bit dough-heavy. (My fault, not the recipe's fault!). Still, this was easy and good, and let my homemade apricot jam be the star.
Super easy and delicious!
Excellent treat with a cup of coffee or hot tea! I swapped peach preserves for the apricot and it was a big hit! These are very rich, so cut into small squares - great for a party tray.
Great recipe! Everyone loved it!
This is wonderful! I made the recipe exactly as written except for using an 11x7 pan, and we loved it. I highly recommend!
Excellent I used 18 ounces of apricot preserves plus more walnuts !
These were a big hit! I used a bit less jam and coconut to reduce the sugar, and they were still delicious.
Yes, they can be frozen. I make with fresh apricots too, turns out fantastic!
Thanks for the recipe, we enjoyed it. I used 18 oz. of preserves. Here's a tip: take the lid off the glass jar of jam and microwave for a minute or two. It makes it easy to spread.
I would recommend that you place more of crum mixture on bottom layer when there is lee on top, it's as pretty as the picture.