Chocolatey Raspberry Crumb Bars feature a delicious thin layer of fruit jam, a tasty brown sugar crust and a walnut-flavored topping. Melted chocolate chips are spread over the top to finish these bars off. This is perfect for all occasions.
by N. Nancy
, PA on Dec. 2010
One of my all time favorites. Will definitely use more raspberry jam next time. LOVE THESE!
by A. Annlyn
, , on Sep. 2010
I have made these bars so many times and each time someone asks me for the recipe!! I add a little more brown sugar and no nuts. I also drizzle more jam on top than they call for. I have also used strawberry seedless jam to switch it around and again everyone loves them!! A must to try!!
by J. Joanathan
, CA on Aug. 2010
I didn't use nuts, but instead I switched it with morsels, it turned out gooey, but was fine. I also added more raspberry, and it's perfect!!
Chocolate Raspberry Crumb bars
by J. Julie
, , on Jul. 2010
I was a little dissapointed. I had trouble baking them, I actually had to leave them in the oven 10min longer then said and even then the center was still gooey. The bars never became stiff.
by M. Melissa
, MD on Jul. 2010
These bars sound amazing and so simple to make. A must for any occasion. I can't wait to try this recipe. Thanks! : )
2X as Good
by k. karen
, on Mar. 2010
I had to make two batches of this at the holidays because everyone liked the Raspberry Crumb Bars so much they didn't last!
by M. Maureen
, on Feb. 2010
I made this with apricot jam as well and it was fantastic.
Great Chocolate Raspberry Combination
by C. Cara
, Winter Haven, FL on Nov. 2009
Great recipe, will be added to my collection.
by P. Pamela
, Auburn, IN on Nov. 2009
These bars satisfy that craving with a fantastic blending of flavors that won't soon be forgotten. Who can forget rich chocolate, fruit, and the smooth buttery flavor in the crust, no one!
In a nutshell, these are fantastic! Will become a favorite for sure.
Try with different fruit flavors, all of them are perfect for this bar.
Fantastic Bars that Disappear Quickly!
by L. Lorin
, Frederick, MD on Sep. 2009
Great recipe; I altered it a bit (for ease of preparation) by using a sugar cookie mix that I had on hand as the base/crumble. I also substituted milk chocolate chips for the semi-sweet. There's definitely plenty of chocolate; I upped the amount of raspberry so that it wouldn't be overpowered. Took these babies to a Labor Day cookout this weekend and they were GONE before the other desserts had barely been touched! Very easy and very tasty!
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