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Mix Flavors and Textures in Triple-Layered Dessert Bars

These easy confections can be elegant, too

Fine Cooking Issue 10
Photos: Matthew Kestenbaum &  Mary Ellen Bartley
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Preparing dessert bars is like making cookies, only quicker, because you don’t need to roll, spoon, or pipe each cookie separately. Plus, these allow you to offer guests a choice of three or four different desserts without having to spend a whole day baking. Layers allow you to vary texture and flavor, such as a brownie with chocolate cream cheese and chocolate glaze. You probably have all the ingredients and equipment you’ll need, and the recipes can be adjusted easily to fit different-sized pans. Take your time cutting them, though; the presentation will be worth it.

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