Winning Apricot Bars
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 30 min. + cooling
Oh my gosh ... tasted like little apricot-filled pies! The only change I made was to use mini cupcake trays and adde little crust tops on each so to keep the filling inside as they'll be traveling through the mail. So darn good. Looking forward to making them again and not waiting for next Christmas! Thank you so much! :)
I don't like coconut so subbed a cup of almond meal, and added some sliced almonds along with the walnuts. This was good, but I didn't put enough jam in, so it was a bit dough-heavy. (My fault, not the recipe's fault!). Still, this was easy and good, and let my homemade apricot jam be the star.
Super easy and delicious!
Excellent treat with a cup of coffee or hot tea! I swapped peach preserves for the apricot and it was a big hit! These are very rich, so cut into small squares - great for a party tray.
Great recipe! Everyone loved it!
This is wonderful! I made the recipe exactly as written except for using an 11x7 pan, and we loved it. I highly recommend!
Excellent I used 18 ounces of apricot preserves plus more walnuts !
These were a big hit! I used a bit less jam and coconut to reduce the sugar, and they were still delicious.
Yes, they can be frozen. I make with fresh apricots too, turns out fantastic!
Thanks for the recipe, we enjoyed it. I used 18 oz. of preserves. Here's a tip: take the lid off the glass jar of jam and microwave for a minute or two. It makes it easy to spread.