A creamy date filling nestled between two layers of flavorful buttery crust is all it takes to need to make this date bars recipe. Add the truth that all of it comes along with minimal effort, you’ll need to hold this in your common arsenal of go-to dessert bars.
I ended up making the date bar recipe twice. Throughout the first batch, I questioned the quantity of baking soda, pondering it will make the dough too gentle, which for me and my tasters it did.
Though the flavour was scrumptious — one individual stated, “heavenly” — the feel of the crust was similar to the date filling. Some described them as “mild” however the bars had been actually extra mushy, although totally baked. We had been searching for a crust that provided up a sturdier construction to it.
I remade the date bars, including 3 tablespoons of toasted oats and substituting baking powder for the soda. Those that in contrast each variations felt the additions helped with growing a crust they had been searching for – gentle sufficient however nonetheless had a secure base. (It wasn’t crunchy or laborious.)