Yield: Yields 24 bars
One buttery mixture is used for both the crust and the streusel topping, making these bars extra easy to assemble. Dried apples, rather than fresh, lend their concentrated flavor to the filling.
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The bars will keep in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 3 days.
Easy and delicious. Served at a pot luck and everyone loved them.
Really good & crumbly! A bit messy to eat as a bar/cookie - perhaps best served warmed in a bowl with ice cream (like a cobbler). Easy to make, the crust took a bit longer in my oven to bake. I used cognac instead of apple brandy, still tasty. Next time I may add a touch of brown sugar to the topping. A winner at my house, will make again!
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