February 13, 2017

Raspberry Bar

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If y'all haven't noticed yet, I love baking.  I would love to just bake from the rest of my life, even though my thighs and butt would not like it very much.  Because I have be trying to eat healthier for the past 2 years, I don't get to do a bunch of baking for myself.  Thankfully, I have 32 residents that I cook for and they expect yummy desserts.

Now, when it comes to the residents that I cook for, they are in their 60s to 90 and LOVE their sweets.  Regardless, of how bad it may be for their blood sugar levels.  I do try to make more healthier desserts, however, they don't go over too well.  And let me just tell you, if I serve them fruit I might as well just start a riot with them.

So, with all that being said and know that I am in charge of making sure we are sticking as much as possible to their prescribed diets, I am always trying to find ways to incorporate more fruit.  Sometimes, I swear I am cooking for children....hiding healthy food in recipes that they will eat it without fussing about it.

Raspberry Bar
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What you need:

3 c. frozen raspberries, thawed
4 c. rolled oats
2 c. flour
1 c. brown sugar
1/2 c. granulated sugar
1/2 c. crisco
2 tbsp. baking soda
2 tbsp. ground cinnamon
2 tbsp. lemon juice


1.  In a bowl, add thawed berries, granulated sugar and lemon juice, mix well.  Set aside.

2.  Preheat oven to 350.

3.  In a large mixing bowl, add brown sugar, cinnamon, baking soda and crisco.  Mix well.
Ramblings Thoughts Raspberry Bar Recipe

4.  Add flour to brown sugar mixture, mix well (best to use hands, it will be clumpy).
Ramblings Thoughts Raspberry Bar Recipe

5.  Add rolled oats to mixture and thoroughly mix.
Ramblings Thoughts Raspberry Bar Recipe

6.  Prepare baking dish with foil and then spraying foil evenly with a good coat of nonstick spray.

7.  Divide oat mixture in half.  Place half of mixture evenly on the bottom of baking dish.  Make sure to cover the entire bottom.
Ramblings Thoughts Raspberry Bar Recipe

8.  Evenly spread raspberry mixture over oats.
Ramblings Thoughts Raspberry Bar Recipe

9.  Sprinkle the remaining oat mixture over the top, evenly.
Ramblings Thoughts Raspberry Bar Recipe

10.  Bake in oven for 30 minutes or until brown and firm.  Enjoy!

-Rambling Holly

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