Blueberry Bonanza Bars
An almond crust is spread with blueberry jam and topped with crumbles of homemade granola.
Key Lime Bars
This recipe is based on the famous Key lime pie from Joe's Stone Crab restaurant in Miami Beach. If you can't find Key limes, use regular fresh lime juice.
These decadent bars are inspired by Hello Dollies, a popular Southern dessert.
Rhubarb Crumb Bars
Rhubarb and strawberries are a great match. You can substitute half the rhubarb with an equal weight of quartered berries.
These handheld treats are packable, snackable, sure-fire crowd-pleasers -- indoors and out.
Crispy Cereal Treats
For a no-bake treat just right for lunchboxes or after school, try this fun twist on a childhood favorite that goes beyond the usual "Snap, Crackle, and Pop" blueprint and plays with other great combinations found in the cereal aisle. Each of the four variations uses the same marshmallow base—whether you want to use the mix-ins to take it in a chocolatey, tropical, or fruity direction is entirely up to you!
Chocolate-Peanut-Butter-Caramel Cereal Bars
Here's a risk-free way to get rich quick: Try our easy take on the classic chocolate-caramel butter bars known as millionaire's shortbread. We swap in crispy, marshmallow-laden rice cereal for its base, and add a thin layer of peanut-butter caramel under the chocolate-shell topping. Just invest a little time to let it chill, and it pays off with every extravagant bite.
Sour-Cherry Crumble Bars
This dessert is just like a homemade cherry pie...except you can grab it and eat it on the go! Slip the finished squares into lunch boxes, pass them out after dinner, or enjoy one with coffee for breakfast—because in our book, it counts as a serving of fruit. This recipe comes from Martha Stewart's Fruit Desserts: 100+ Ways to Savor the Best of Every Season ($24.49, amazon.com).