This did not turn out anything like the picture. The bars are heavy, chewy, and not soft and cake-like as in the picture. Question the leavening ingredients.
AnneRD Posted: 09/28/09
textigger2006 Posted: 01/23/10
Very easy to make, and very inexpensive. I already had everthing on-hand. I did use light brown sugar instead of the dark, but they were delicious!
melymnosine Posted: 08/27/10
Since the other reviewers said they had problems with this recipe I used light brown sugar, and added a teaspoon of baking powder as well. That seemed to fix any possible problems and the cake turned out very nice and tasty. Next time I might try using only a cup and a half of butter and see if that makes it even better, since it seemed a bit too greasy.
Michinisly Posted: 09/09/10
My family loved these bars. I substituted whole wheat flour and they didn't even notice.
heidiannmills76 Posted: 01/21/11
Love this :) I love snickerdoodle cookies so this was just up my alley!! I left out a stick of butter and added sour cream, about a 1/2 cup. I added that alternately w/ the flour. I also doubled the cinnamon...can't have too much cinnamon!! And I also added the sugar/cinnamon mix before it went into the oven. Very moist, very delicious:)
Aulona Posted: 05/26/12
i made them tasted gr8 when i made them it was like L.M.H.O. but now they are a new family food.
wetsubohica Posted: 10/07/13
Not exactly what I thought it would be, but very tasty nonetheless. My wife's work loved them. They were a little flat, I tried all the other suggestions, but I still liked them.
carmelita Posted: 06/26/13
These are so easy to make. Use a disposable foil pan sprayed with Pam cooking spray for easy removal. They smell wonderful as they bake and they are really good with coffee. I didn't care for them much a day after baking, but my husband ate every single one. Very easy to make and I would make again for a brunch.