SHEREE'S CHERRY BARS … diabetic. Beat eggs, and stir in chopped cherries and remaining ingredients until well blended. Pour over baked crust, spreading evenly. This involves monitoring and managing your carbohydrate intake.
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These cherry bars are a soft cookie crust topped with cherry pie filling, more cookie dough and a drizzle of vanilla glaze. Cherry bars always get rave reviews and are super festive for a holiday gathering. I have to admit, I made these cherry bars because I found some cans of cherry pie filling. You can have SHEREE'S CHERRY BARS … diabetic using 14 ingredients or pinched. Here is how you achieve that.
Materials of SHEREE'S CHERRY BARS … diabetic
- You need 1 cup of butter, softened.
- You need 2 cup of splenda, for cooking (can use regular sugar).
- Prepare 3 cup of all purpose flour.
- You need 1 tsp of salt.
- Prepare 4 medium of eggs.
- Prepare 1 tsp of REAL vanilla extract.
- Provide 1/4 tsp of almond extract.
- You need 2 can of of fruit pie filling, i like cherry.. look for sugar free and add a little splenda.
- Provide 1 of **** if u arent trying to make it sugar free… use regular sugar and regular pie filling.
- You need of GLAZE.
- Prepare 1 cup of confectionerary sugar.
- You need 1/2 tsp of vanilla extract.
- Provide 1/2 tsp of almond extract.
- Prepare 3 tbsp of milk.
Avoid the glorified candy bars and choose a nutritious bar. Between the easy preparation and pretty color, they're destined to become a holiday classic. —Jane Kamp, Grand Rapids, Michigan. These richly-flavored, diabetic-friendly Cherry-Almond Cheesecake Bars use reduced-fat cream cheese and whipped topping to minimize both calorie and total fat content per serving. Here's the very first video from Tova's Kitchen!
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SHEREE'S CHERRY BARS … diabetic guidance
- **** baking dish should measure 15x10x1…..
- preheat oven to.350°.
- in a large bowl cream sugar, butter, & salt…add eggs one at a time and mix in thoroughly .. beat in extract. gradually add flour..
- …………add 3 cups BATTER into the baking dish … spread out. spread pie filling on top of batter…
- drop remaining batter on pie filling. like dumplings… bake for 30-35 minutes… should be golden brown. cool on wire rack completely….
- FOR GLAZE.
- in bowl mix powdered sugar, extract, and milk .. you may not need all the milk add a little at a time… until its a consistency you like ….
- drizzle over bars….
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These Almond Cherry Bars are chewy, soft, and delicious! The most perfect almond and cherry flavors come together in this delightful treat! These are my Almond Cherry Bars! A sweet treat to make life better!! I was actually debating if I should make them with blueberries, or cherries.