Monday, January 18, 2021

Raspberry Crumble Bars


It's teatime in my bedroom today, and it goes perfectly since red has been forever, my favorite color. I'm having some pomegrateful David's Tea, which was sent to me from a dear friend.  It's described as "tart &luscious superfruit", and it is.  It's the perfect tea for my raspberry crumble bars. 

I'm getting in the mood for Valentine's Day, and am using my Rose Chintz teacup by Johnson Brothers.  My  late beloved mom's best friend  had this pattern as her everyday, and I always think of her when using it, and also  of Sandi at Rose Chintz Cottage.


Author: Kitty
Raspberry Crumble Bars

Raspberry Crumble Bars

Ingredients

  • 2 cups flour
  • 2 cups quick cooking oats (I used old fashioned)
  • 1 and 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 and 1/4 cup butter, melted
  • 1 can raspberry fruit filling

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Combine flour, oats, sugar, baking soda, and salt in a large bow.  Stir in the melted butter until combined.
  3. Reserve 1 cup of the crumb mixture for topping.  Firmly  press remaining crumb mixture into the bottom of an ungreased 9 x 13" pan.  Bake for 16-18 minutes.
  4. Spread fruit filling over the warm crust; sprinkle with remaining crumb mixture.
  5. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until top is golden brown.   Cool completely before serving. 


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29 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for your pretty pictures and recipe. I love raspberries so will be making your crumble as soon as I buy the raspberry filling.πŸ’–

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  2. Oh, to rest on that lovely quilt and take tea relaxing on your bed. How pretty is your Rose Chintz teacup and love the silver teapot. I must say, Kitty, Raspberry Crumble Bars do sound delicious.

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  3. I really loved your beautiful Rose Chintz cup of tea. It is quite unusual.
    I didn't know there was pomegranate tea. I like tea very much. I make a collection of tea boxes and cans and I have about 300, but none of pomegranate tea.

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  4. They look and sound delicious...easy, too.

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  5. Oh raspberries, oh yes! My favorite fruit of all time. And strangely we're getting good ones in the store ... even though it's mid-winter.

    Yum.

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  6. Good morning Kitty! What a pretty tea today. Of course, I love the Rose Chintz teacup; always my favourite pattern. Thank you for the mention, dear friend. Your raspberry crumble bars look lovely. We must have both been thinking raspberries this week. :-) I have never seen canned raspberries here but I suppose fresh raspberries would work as well. I also make a raspberry square much like a date square only using raspberry jam. Hope your day is lovely! Hugs...Sandi

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  7. Raspberries are so delicious with their sweet and tart taste. The bars look wonderful. And your quilt, caught in the background, is beautiful, too. Have a blessed day.

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  8. The crumble bars look so good and you know I am loving that tea cup. Thank you for praying for me dear Kitty and please continue too. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  9. Love the rose chintz cup! Very pretty pattern as are most of JB's. Raspberries are my fave, and your bars look delicious! And I know they would disappear quickly! Thanks for the recipe!

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  10. Love your Johnson Brothers' teacup! It's such a special floral pattern. Like you, many of my teacups hold many memories.
    I'm making a brunch for my family this Sunday and will try this crumble bar because we all love raspberries. I've never seen canned raspberries. Will preserves or frozen ones work for this recipe?
    (I've been enjoying reconnecting with everyone in the blogging world. Glad you are still writing your amazing blog.)

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  11. Your bars look like the perfect afternoon treat with a cup of tea and your JB Rose Chintz tea cup Kitty! ♥

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  12. Beautiful, Kitty. I make raspberry crumble bars often. Haven't since Nov - need to now I saw yours. I use raspberry jam on mine and put a LOT more crumble on, haha. Now wonder you are skinny and I am not. ♥♥♥

    The J and B teacup pattern will always remind me of Sandi too. : - ) Sure is a cute pattern. I have successfully sold a few teacups and a teapot in that pattern over the years. The stuff that sells is always the stuff I hate to sell, haha.

    Have a fabulous week. Hugs.

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  13. Your Tea Tray is so charming!Wonderful teacup and gorgeous teapot!Your bars is mouthwatering! Love that pretty doily too. Hugs,sweet Kitty!

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  14. I've always loved that silver teapot and the Rose Chintz pattern.

    Glad you liked the Pomegrateful. It also makes a great iced tea!

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  15. I love red too Kitty, I had the family room painted red when we built this house. It stayed the same color until I repainted a few years ago. Your chintz teacup and sauce is lovely, love the pattern and color. And, looks so pretty with the little teapot. Yum for the bars, look delicious. Have a wonderful week......

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  16. I love your tea time tray Kitty and you always create the perfect tea time whether it is in your living room, bedroom or outdoors.

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  17. I will have to make these crumble bars for when my daughter comes back home from college. She would love these. Thanks for sharing the recipe to make them Kitty. :)

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  18. These sound amazing. I was thinking how good they would taste with a powdered sugar glazy drizzle, too. Or even a dollop of whipped cream or ice cream. Thank you so much for another amazing recipe, sweet friend!

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  19. I love the color red too, Kitty! What a beautiful quilt you have. The tea flavor and delicious raspberry crumble bars sound wonderful together. I'm going to save this recipe too :)

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  20. Oh those raspberry crumble bars look so good! I used to make something like that, but haven't in a long while. Now I want some! They are easy enough to make!! And I do love that tea cup and pattern. So pretty. Your tea tray looks so pretty. I guess I need to start thinking about a little Valentine's Tea party soon as well...I've been thinking about it but haven't started my decorations yet...taking a decorating break between the seasons. But I guess it's time to get started. Thank you for the reminder! Have a blessed day and week!

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  21. Kitty, oh those crumble bars look so tempting! Can you use raspberry jam as the fruit filling? Love your delicate floral teacup! xoxo

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  22. I love how you treat yourself to a tea party just for you Kitty! There is always a beautiful teacup, teapot, and delicious sweet! The raspberry bars sound wonderful!
    Jenna

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  23. Kitty, I wish you were my neighbor and I could pop in for tea and a raspberry crumble bar.
    Have a great week.

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  24. Your raspberry crumble bars look delicious and I do like your beautiful crockery.

    Wishing you a good week.

    All the best Jan

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  25. What a beautiful teacup, I love the Rose Chintz! The raspberry bars perfectly complement your afternoon tea! I do love a good crumble bar, and will save this recipe for a winter tea. Many hugs and blessings :)

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  26. Oh my! These bars are screaming my name! They look beautiful. And I can just imagine how that yummy tea in that beautiful teacup added to your delight to enjoy them together. I'm definitely going to make these bars soon. Thanks for sharing. Big Hugs! XO <3

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  27. The cup and saucer is beautiful: I love the colors in them! I pinned the recipe to my tea party Pinterest board. We love anything raspberry flavored!

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  28. Congratulations your awesome post is featured on Full Plate Thursday, 521 this week. Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us and come back to see us real soon!
    Miz Helen

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