Friday, December 10, 2010

Cherry Almond Bars

Hey my friends!
Are you busy baking Christmas goodies?

We have been!
Here is an easy recipe I found in the Gooseberry Patch
Christmas 2009 magazine.
Cherry Almond Bars

You HAVE to try these!
They are so easy to make...

But best of all, they are delicious!

This magazine has over 100 recipes, easy decorating projects,
and homemade gift ideas!
I'm joining Favorite Christmas Recipe at Saturday Nite Special

Are you into homemade this Christmas?

Becky C


Brayton Homestead Interiors said...

What a fab recipe and your pics are beautiful!
Love th link you to may cookie exchange post- check it out...thanks



Thank you so much for your comment. And the recipe - it looks so delicious!

I wish you a wonderful weekend


Shabby soul said...

I like sweets so much, and this one seems so simple and delicious!!
I'll try it!
Have a good WE

Funky Junk Interiors said...

Wow... I could handle trying a few of those right now! Delicious!


Elsie said...

Hi Becky~ my computer broke so I had to get a
new one and I am trying to catch up on my blog
hopping. Love all of your Christmas decorations.
Your mantel is really neat kudos to your Carpenter. It all looks sooo good.
Your cherry Almond Bars look delicious and I will
have to try those. I love cherries. Thanks for
the recipe.

Sandi said...

Yumm!! I am definitely going to try these. I have recipes in three of the Gooseberry Patch cookbooks! Fun times!

A Fine Farmhouse said...

I just discovered your wonderful blog ! I LOVE IT ! Merry Christmas to YOU and I look forward to visiting you often !

brooke lynn said...

wow, those look amazing!!

this is my first year of homeschooling as well. we now live in the schools around! :)

great blog!
God bless~

Gooseberry Patch said...

Thanks so much for sharing our recipe here, Becky...we're so glad you're enjoying our bookazine!

If you haven't already, check out our blog at and find us on Facebook at

Hope to see you there! :)

Anonymous said...

An elderly co-worker used to bring these in every so often. She retired and I haven't had them in over 10 years. They are declicious! Thank you for posting this recipe as I have never had it and also because it reminded me of Lucille!
Vonnie in MN

La Maison Reid said...

I made these for a New Year's Day party yesterday and they were delicious. My jellyroll pan was too large and my 9x13, too big. I used the 9x13 and cooked them a bit more as they were thicker than should be. I will definitely get a smaller jellyroll pan and makes these again. Delicious!

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