"A yummy dairy-free treat! You can use egg-substitute in place of eggs if this is a problem." — Jennie Wilford
Watch video tips and tricks
unbleached all-purpose flour
packed brown sugar
finely chopped walnuts
dates, pitted and chopped
A not-too-sweet tasty bar. Simple and quick too.
I couldn't wait to try this recipe. Seemed simple enough, and it was. I always taste the dough, and it seemed bland. But, I figured maybe it's one of those that taste better after it's baked. It's eww! My son even spit out the one bite he took. It just doesn't have any flavor. Good ingredients, just bad combo for our family. :-(
I thought these were amazing. I just happened to have some chopped dates around that I needed to use up. I was very happy the way these turned out! I did add 1 c. of milk chocolate chips for an extra kick. I'll be making these for Xmas gifts!
Great recipe. There's this great Web Site that sells fresh dates from Israel. They're delicious. The site is www.holyfoodimports.com. Just in case anyone else out there loves making recipes with dates.
Love these! I added coconut on top -like a review suggested. Can't wait to eat them with my coffee in the morning.
Awesome recipe! About as dense as a brownie, and with the dates, about 1-2 a day will suffice!
I added 1T. oil because it seemed to dry. I also sprinkled coconut on top before baking. Divine
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Date-Nut and Brown Sugar Bars
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 17
Sweet, tart, and custardy, these easy bars are the lemon pie of cookies.
See how to make tart and tasty lemon bars.
These traditional lemon bars have a lovely buttery crust and sweet-tart filling