Recipe by ALDI
"A holiday color studded delight. Serve warm, a la mode for extra fun."
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Carlini Cooking Spray
Southern Grove Dried Cranberries
Countryside Creamery Unsalted Butter, softened
1 1/2 cups
Baker's Corner Brown Sugar
Stonemill Essentials Pure Vanilla
Goldhen Large Eggs
1 1/2 cups
Baker's Corner All Purpose Flour
Baker's Corner Baking Powder*
Stonemill Essentials Iodized Salt
Baker's Corner White Chocolate Baking Morsels
These were very good, I reduced to 1 cup brown sugar and 3 packets of splenda. I used 1/2 cup of cranberries, with an 1/8 cup of water from cranberries and 1/4 cup vanilla chips.
Please recheck the ingredients for this recipe, I have made it twice and both times it was bad. It is very sugary, and 4 teaspoons of vanilla? Maybe more flour?
I would rate these as a 5-star, except I made some modifications!
First, I used 1/2 cup almond flour and 1 cup wheat flour. Second, I added 2 eggs, as the batter just seemed too dry (very likely a result of the added almond flour). Third, I added a couple pieces of crystallized ginger. Fourth, I added a dash of cinnamon. I then drizzled white chocolate over the top.
They came out very tasty and not too sweet. I will probably continue fudging with the recipe to reduce the wheat flour and sugar!
Used gluten free all purpose flour, and chopped the white chocolate chips to a finer consistency. Was perfectly sweet without any additional topping I thought. Will definitely make again.
This is a classic tasting bar that doesn't need refrigeration like a cranberry bliss bar. For a holiday cookie exchange, I drizzled them with leftover white chocolate to make them more decorative. Thanks!
This is a very tasty bar. I use dried tart cherries instead of the cranberries and I used 2 tsps. each vanilla and almond extracts. I also took poppiesinjuly's suggestion and frosted with cream cheese icing. I cut them into large squares and then cut each square again to make triangles. These taste like the bars sold at Starbucks.
These are so good. I added the zest of half an orange to the batter and then iced them with cream cheese frosting made with orange juice and zest and topped them with more white chocolate and dried cranberries. They turned out great.
Fyi: I substituted coconut oil for the butter because I was low on butter, but followed the recipe exactly for everything else and these are delicious! I will probably cut back on the cranberries and chips next time, other than that they are perfect!
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