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Apple Pie Bars with Vanilla Glaze

By: Jaclyn from
Apple Pie Bars with Vanilla Glaze
Apple Pie Bars with Vanilla Glaze
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Apple pie may be the most iconic American dessert. With tart and crisp apples, spicy cinnamon, and flaky pie crust, it is a satisfying dessert. Sometimes, though, you may want to enjoy the flavors and textures of apple pie without making an entire pie. These Apple Pie Bars with Vanilla Glaze have come to the rescue! All of the traditional ingredients are present, but the resulting dessert bars are easier to cut and eat. You can serve this apple dessert with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, dollop of whipped cream, or simply warmed up with the vanilla glaze drizzled on top.

Makes12 bars

Chilling Time30 min

Cooking Time1 hr

Cooking MethodOven

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I can't say that I have ever heard of turbinado sugar. What is it? Where can I find it? This recipe makes me think of cinnamon squares or fresh cinnamon rolls in the morning. I can see making these for a cool, fall day when you want something to warm you up from the inside out.


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