Dessert bars are a great lunch dessert -- easy to make and easy to serve. Dessert bars are also a breeze to bring along to lunch meetings, so whip some up with these great dessert bar recipes.See Popular Dessert Bars Recipes
For a desert that is as fun to make as it is to eat try these mosaic desert bars. No two bars taste the same as they are made with JELL-O flavors - so each bite is different!
There's something about recipes for spring dessert bars that seems to herald the end of winter as fast as any robin or daffodil. They taste better, too. If spring is a celebration, then these healthy and easy-to-make desserts are the festive conclusion to any meal.
Try a batch of these tart and sweet lemon bars with a whole-wheat crust and reduced sugar the next time you need dessert for a potluck or party.
Prize-Winning Recipe 2008! Classic tiramisu flavors of coffee, cream cheese and chocolate get stirred up with an easy cookie mix.
Blueberries are everywhere this summer. At all the farm stands and all over the Web in wonderful food blogs showcasing recipe after recipe of sweet treats using the ultimate in healthy, sweet, pop-in-your-mouth fresh berries. Don't miss the Blueberry Boat; each one we've found on the blogs highlights a remarkable recipe for blueberries.
Transform Bisquick® mix into colorful bars topped with creamy ready-to-spread frosting.
Turn Betty Crocker® Gluten Free chocolate chip cookie mix into an indulgent dessert-bar cookie.
Mix up cereal, fruit, nuts and more goodies on your stove-top. No baking is needed for these easy on-the-go bars.
Heaven in one bite!
These cakelike bars are just like brownies--only blond, hence the name. The added chocolate adds extra decadence.
Prize-Winning Recipe 2007! Who would have guessed a sugar cookie mix was the jump start of an irresistible almond lover's bar. Both quick and easy, the bar is reminiscent of a Scandinavian bakery pastry.
Prize-Winning Recipe 2006! Oatmeal cookie mix creates a head start to a fruit-filled bar cookie. Yum!
Espresso and cinnamon take basic bars to a whole new level. The coffee-flavored glaze is fantastic!
You may never eat boxed fig bars again...this grown-up variety is made especially tasty with flaky puff pastry and a warm fig filling.
Karen DeMasco's crumbly soft, jammy-sweet bars travel well, so they're ideal for school bake sales. She says, "They are quick to put together with pantry staples, and everyone seems to love them." They're delicious made with any flavor of jam, as well as the raspberry preserves called for here. (Recipe adapted from The Craft of Baking.)