Raspberry Crumb Bars Recipe

Raspberry Crumb Bars Recipe:- The raspberry crumble bars that you are about to consume are going to be some of the most delectable morsels of heaven that you have ever seen. To put it simply, they are heavenly, and they are so unbelievably irresistible and delicious.

 

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Raspberry Crumb Bars Recipe

Raspberry Crumb Bars Recipe - BettyCrocker.com

 

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Traybakes 

So yeah, another traybake to add to my never ending roster of bakes that I am always in love with. Honestly, if you have followed me for a while you will know that a traybake related bake is one of my favourite things ever and that’ll never change.

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Traybake can come in many a form, such as brownies, blondies, cookie bars, flapjacks and so on. These raspberry crumble bars are a new one to add to the list of goodness.

All of my recipes for traybakes are made into a square tin that is nine inches in size, if I can manage it. I am doing this for your convenience and to cut down on the number of knickknacks that you will need to purchase!When I bake, I always use this traybake tin.

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Crumble

So we all know what a crumble is right? Its one of the most iconic classic things you can ever consume. I have varied crumble related bakes on my blog such as my apple crumble traybake, or even my apple crumble cupcakes.. but this one? Oh this is on another league.

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It isn’t quite ‘crumble’ to the idea of a classic dessert – but its a crumble like oaty delicious mixture of ingredients that create the best base and topping for these bars.

  • Oats – for this bake, I wanted an oaty flavour to come through to compliment the raspberries and also create a more textured crumble.
  • Flour – an obvious one, but plain flour is a must!
  • Sugar – I decided to use light brown soft sugar, but this would work well with other sugars such as caster sugar, or even dark brown soft sugar.
  • Raising agents – this one may sound a little odd, but trust me – you want the tiny lift from the baking powder!
  • Butter – I use unsalted butter as always, but a salted butter would work well also. I would avoid any baking spreads of margarines as they are too soft for the crumble mixture.

 

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Ingredients

Crumble

  • 175 g rolled oats
  • 200 g plain flour
  • 150 g light brown soft sugar
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 175 g unsalted butter (cold and cubed)

 

Filling

  • 400 g raspberries
  • 150 g raspberry jam
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice
  • 1 tbsp cornflour

Instructions

Crumble

  • Preheat the oven to 200ºc/180ºfan and line a 9×9″ square tin with parchment paper.
  • In a large bowl, add the rolled oats, plain flour, light brown soft sugar, baking powder and unsalted butter.
  • Rub the ingredients together with your fingers until the mixture resembles bread crumbs and there are no large lumps of butter left.

 

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Filling

  • In a new bowl, add the fresh raspberries, raspberry jam, lemon juice and cornflour.
  • Mash the ingredients together until they are combined, but still leaving some texture to the raspberries.

 

Assembly

  • Pour 500g of the oaty crumble mix into the lined tin and press down firmly.
  • Pour the filling onto of the oats, and spread.
  • Sprinkle over the rest of the crumble mix
  • Bake the raspberry crumble bars in the oven for 30+ minutes, or until golden and beautiful.
  • Leave the bars to cool fully before portioning. Refrigerating them can sometimes make this easier.

 

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