- Combine ingredients until blended.
Mix the ingredients until they
are thoroughly blended.
- Spread batter evenly into shallow baking pan. Always use the pan size called for in the recipe. Using a different size will affect the cookies' texture; a smaller pan will result in a more cake-like texture and a larger pan will produce a drier texture.
Evenly coat the bottom of a
baking pan with the mixture.
- Bake as recipe directs. Before cutting, most bar cookies should cool in the pan on a wire rack until just warm. To make serving easy, remove a corner piece first, and then remove the rest.
When the batter cools, cut into bars.
- To make cutting even easier, line the baking pan with foil, shiny side up, allowing a 2-inch overhang on sides. Cookie can then be lifted out of pan before cutting.
Lining your pan with foil will allow
you to remove your cookie easily.
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