Just as Beet Relish is an Easter Tradition, Apple Bars are a Fall Tradition. Every Fall, Mom would make 2 HUGE pans of these..at a time..several batches were made throughout the season. I’m not sure where or who this recipe came from…if you know please leave me a comment. I know it’s the only apple recipe I give cred to. I don’t consider anyone’s apple crisp an equal match.
These bars carry a few simple ingredients. Don’t try adding raisins, cinnamon, nuts or anything else to the recipe. To do so would be UN-Traditional. The crunchy oats, the brown sugar and just that mere hint of salt mingling with the apples give these bars their irresistible appeal.
It didn’t matter if it was a Tongue dinner, Prairie Dog Stew or Spicy Eggs and Ham ( three recipes you will NEVER see in KITSCH KITCHEN), you would hurry up and finish supper so that you would not miss dessert. Nowadays, I eat them anytime I want..like this morning for breakfast!
The recipe has been posted before here in KITSCH KITCHEN..Go Here!