New This Month

Whole-Wheat Bars with Raspberry Jam

5
4
3
2
1
38
Recipe photo courtesy of Antonis Achilleos

These soft bars filled with raspberry jam are more virtuous than many coffee-break treats. Applesauce gives the cookies a cakelike texture; whole-wheat flour and wheat bran add wholesome notes. Lemon zest balances the sweetness of the berry jam.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, September 2005
Yield

Ingredients

Directions

Similar Recipes

Reviews

5
4
3
2
1
38
How would you rate this recipe?
38
  • CupcakeBelle
    1 FEB, 2012
    I have actually made them and they are delicious! They remind me a lot of Nutrigrain bars. I split the dough in half and made half with strawberry and half with cherry and they were awesome. My boyfriend loved them. In fact, I'm making more tonight!
    Reply
  • skitnom
    30 JAN, 2011
    Leave these poor people alone!! They were only asking! If you don't know, or don't care, about the nutritional information, why respond?
    Reply
  • MS10702140
    28 JAN, 2011
    I agree , buy the magazines if you want nutritional info .
    Reply
  • mykele
    28 JAN, 2011
    I read the comment section mainly for reactions of those who have made the recipe fpr any suggestions for any changes needed such as baking times or an ingredient change, NOT to constantly have to wade through pleas for nutritional info. Cookies are treats, not basic food necessary for existence. Martha's site offers daily recipes for you to try or not. And the sit e is FREE. Use common sense. Mykele
    Reply
  • bsydor
    28 JAN, 2011
    So I was wondering if anyones actually tried these and can put up a valid comment on the helpful stuff instead of just about nutritional value. Im debating on whether to try them or not and any advice would be appreciated. If your that worried about nutrition look it up on an analyzing site yourself and dont just add another pointless comment.
    Reply
  • PerriFink
    28 JAN, 2011
    For those of you that are worried and on Weight Watchers, these cookies are 3 points each, however I agree with a previous review. If you are so freaked out about the nutritional value and won't bother to figure it out, DON'T MAKE OR EAT THEM! Sheesh! It's a cookie for goodness sake.
    Reply
  • BodaBabe
    28 JAN, 2011
    I, for one, love the daily cookie recipes! Though not all appeal to my tastes, there are many that I have made, shared, and enjoyed with family and friends! Thanks, MSL!
    Reply
  • arina
    26 NOV, 2009
    These look a bit like fig rolls. :) I'm looking forward to trying them!
    Reply
  • Anarie
    21 NOV, 2009
    Mykele, you're not being shunned. There's something wrong with the comments function. I don't really expect this one to get through, because none of mine have for months.
    Reply
  • mykele
    21 NOV, 2009
    Too bad that this site does not take valid comments, I have tried 4 times to give a bit of advice.but this too will be shunned I am sure
    Reply

I'm in the mood for:

{{mainDropdownTitle}}
  • breakfast
  • lunch
  • dinner
  • dessert
  • an appetizer
  • a cocktail
{{secDropdownPreword}} {{secDropdownTitle}}
  • that's eggy
  • that's fruity
  • that's hearty
  • that's healthy
  • that's simple
  • that's a smoothie
  • that's a casserole
  • that's off the beaten path
  • that's light
  • that's packable
  • that's speedy
  • that's warming
  • that's kid-friendly
  • that's comforting
  • that's quick
  • that's healthy
  • that's a sunday dinner classic
  • that's vegetarian
  • that's seasonal
  • that's chocolaty
  • that's an american classic
  • that's easy
  • that's fruity
  • that's salty and sweet
  • that's over the top
  • that's crowd pleasing
  • that's simple
  • that's for a cocktail party
  • that's a dip or spread
  • that's healthy
  • that's cheesy
  • that's shaken not stirred
  • that's bubbily
  • that's good for a crowd
  • that's ideal for brunch
  • that's seasonal
  • that's simple
  • that's artisanal
See Recipes