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|Calories1130Calories from Fat430|
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|Calories from Fat430|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Naomi Frank 2 days ago
It turns out amazing, and it’s really easy to make!
Hey 11 days ago
Rave reviews from the family! Easy too !
Heinrich 12 days ago
They taste good but have no crunch
Nosizwe Martin 3 months ago
Nice recipe, tho 1 egg was insufficient to bind the crumble to hold, so I added a few spoons of milk, did the job. I added less sugar too.
Mandi S. a year ago
my go to recipe for strawberry crumb bars. perfect every time. great dessert, but not too sweet.
Dixie a year ago
This recipe was quick to make, attractive to guests and just the right sweetness. It works with fresh strawberries and also those that have been around just a bit too long in the refrigerator so they're beginning to dry out (but still good). The second time I made the recipe, I experimented with using sugar/stevia baking blend to lower the sugar content, and that worked just fine, too. This will be a summer regular for bring-a-dish events for me from now on.
Barbara M. a year ago
Great new family favorite
Charley P 2 years ago
Great recipe and very easy to make. Used my hands to cut the butter in to the flour mix and it mixed more evenly for me. I would say I prefer using blueberries but this was still real yummy and was a hit with family and friends. We had just picked some fresh strawberries as well so we had a lot on hand.
McCauley 2 years ago
Amazing. Already made twice in two weeks
Adalberto Rodriguez 2 years ago
This recipe is very good.
Holly D. 2 years ago
I love this recipe! My husband is diabetic and I am always looking for great dessert recipes which I can convert to sugar free. For this recipe, I used Splenda 1:1. They came out amazingly delicious. The beauty of this recipe is that I can use different fruits with the same result.
Crystal Schiffbauer-Bowles 2 years ago
We enjoyed it with sliced bananas and whipped cream. i think it was really delicious the next day too.
Aidan Kim 2 years ago
Bad there was too much flour to egg ratio and the strawberries caramel used on my tray.😡😡
ted 2 years ago
they were good amd simple to make. i wpuld add cheescake topping after it cools.
Koshman 2 years ago
I reduced the amount of sugar to 120 grams (crust) and 90 grams for strawberries and it was still too sweet, and I added one more egg - turned out tasty but too mushy, gotta eat the pie with spoons :)
Sarah Fitzgerald 3 years ago
It was pretty good. I used strawberry pie filling because the store I went to didn't have enough strawberries but it still turned out well. I wasn't sure what it meant by "cut in butter", guess I'll have to look into that before I make this again.
Mateal H. 3 years ago
Delicious! Husband LOVED & asked me to make again.
Jessica S. 3 years ago
Use more than half the dough on the bottom. I ended up with a very thick crumb layer on top. Otherwise, tastes great and was very easy to make!
Chris O. 3 years ago
This was absolutely wonderful! I had some rather small, fresh picked strawberries that were a bit puttsy to work with but well worth the effort in this recipe! I divided the recipe between an 8" square and a 9" pie pan. We ate the square and froze the other. It was SO good slightly warmed! A keeper! Thank you!
Domonique Carim 3 years ago
Turned out good. Didn't know how to add the butter but it turned out ok for my first time.
Sarah M. 3 years ago
Im disappointed. After reading the awesome reviews, I was expecting greatness. These are just okay. My topping was not crumbly and the bars were not sweet. I followed the recipe exactly. Next time I will use more butter and more sugar.
Carley 3 years ago
Turned out great! I did make a little modification to the base layer. I added 2 cups of flour instead of 3, separated 1/3 of the dry mix, and added 1 cup of honey graham crumbs to the remaining 2/3 flour mix (and divided up the butter and egg portion amongst both bowls). Everyone loved the graham bottoms and I really think it definitely added to the texture. I also took another readers tip and added in a spot of vanilla extract to the strawberries for some additional flavour. Made for a great Easter dessert!
Sue P. 3 years ago
It came out great...not too sweet, slightly tart. Just the way I like my sweets. I did add some blueberries. Thank you for this yummy treat.
Lesli D. 3 years ago
super delicious! I would recommend cutting up the strawberries just before you assemble the bars. That will keep the bars from getting too wet! I will definitely make these again.
Keya J. 4 years ago
Loved them 😍😍😍😍😍 I enjoyed making these. I got tired of always making cakes so I decided to try and it was delicious.
Kat H. 4 years ago
They turned out wonderfully. Maybe a bit wet, but besides that very nice. My family loved them (: I'd recommend making sure the butter is absolutely room temperature before combining it with flour
Sarah O’Brien 4 years ago
AMAZING!! So good I made them twice in one week! Everyone loved these in my household, will be making these a lot! Added more strawberries then the recipe called for the 2nd time I made them.
Hannah B. 4 years ago
So yummy and very easy to make! I cut the recipe in half and put it in a loaf pan. I prepared the pan with about 2 tbsp unsalted butter and I was able to cut the bars out perfectly! I also added lemon zest on top of the first crumble layer and also in the strawberry mixture. A little vanilla in the strawberries and I'm in love!
Vanessa P. 4 years ago
This was SO delicious!! Especially with some homemade whipped cream on top! My husband loved it and could not get over it! It disappeared very quickly. I've made this numerous times now, and It just gets better with every bite.
Jocelyne E. 4 years ago
I made this recipe according to the directions...it came out fantastic! Thank you yummy....and the baker upstairs...