Raspberry Oatmeal Crumble Bars – 5 Boys Baker
These Raspberry Oatmeal Crumble Bars are incredible! A delicious buttery, oatmeal crust, a sweet raspberry layer and topped with delicious oatmeal crumble.
Raspberry Crumble Bars
This recipe is probably one of my favorite on my blog- it's THAT good.Fresh juicy raspberries are one of the best berries to use in crumble bars! Be still my beating heart! Onc bite and I promise you, you will be hooked!With the warmer weather right around the corner, this is a recipe that everyone is sure to love!Just look at those beautiful bars of deliciousness!! Raspberry just screams SUMMER doesnt it?!These are fairly simple too and the texture is amazing.Please remember to SHARE on…
Strawberry Cinnamon Rolls with Lemon Cream Cheese Glaze | The Recipe Critic
It was bursting with delicious strawberries inside. Can you imagine a cinnamon roll with a strawberry glaze and strawberries inside when you take a bite?
Amish Cinnamon Rolls
These Amish Cinnamon Rolls are so good you'll want to make a double batch! They're perfect for weekend brunch or breakfast. They're even easy to make!
Recipes Using Cake Mix That Aren't Cake!
Maybe you like to bake from scratch, or maybe cake mixes are your jam. Either way, you're going to love these fun recipes! Today I have 16 creative ways to use a cake mix -those boxes can be used to create so much more than just cake! Enjoy!
Recipe | Barefoot Contessa Raspberry Crumble Bars
Well, I had planned to post some Valentine's Day pictures but then I realized I had yet to post this recipe and to keep it from you for a moment longer is just cruel. I received Ina's latest book, Foolproof, for my birthday in October. I've made my way through much of the book, along with many instagram friends. We even chronicle our recipe expereinces with the hashtag #barefootcontessabookclub, it's fun to see what others have made and what they think of the recipes. Not just from…
Blackberry Crunch Bars Recipe - Food.com
Sweet, sugary, buttery goodness in a pan. This recipe is from Marsee Baking Company in Portland, Oregon. When we lived in that area, we used to pick wild blackberries and I could make this delicious dessert at a very low cost. It was heaven. The original recipe called for marionberries, but they are interchangeable in this recipe. I have never tried using frozen berries for this, so I recommend fresh.