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Frosted Pumpkin Bars (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from Mary Burgdorff.

Gluten-Free Bar Ingredients:
¾ cup sugar
1 egg
½ cup pumpkin
½ cup oil
1/6 cup water
½ teaspoon salt
1 cup flour (I used ¾ cup Bobs Red Mill mix + ¼ cup tapioca flour)
¼ teaspoon baking powder
½ teaspoon baking soda
¼ teaspoon each: ground cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon

Gluten-Free Bar Directions:
Beat egg and add other wet ingredients and mix well. Add dry ingredients. Bake in a glass 9” x 13” pan about 30 minutes until toothpick comes out clean. Bars will be a slightly browned. Bars will be very thin and moist. Let cool.

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Gluten-Free Frosting Ingredients:
¼ cup butter
½ cup brown sugar
2 tablespoon milk
½ pound powdered sugar

Gluten-Free Frosting Directions:
Melt butter, add brown sugar and milk. Heat to boiling and cook 1 minute. Remove from burner and add powdered sugar, stirring until good frosting consistency. Spread onto bars.

Note: The frosting hardens quickly, so mix it up and spread onto bars immediately while still warm. I actually added the powdered sugar a little at a time so I wouldnt add too much and dry out the frosting. I hope you enjoy this recipe. Happy fall!

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jen
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27 Nov 2007 6:15:58 PM PDT
Made these as part of Thanksgiving dessert-they were excellent!!! I am making them again today..

 
maysa
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22 Dec 2007 11:29:17 AM PDT
It is what i need and more.

 
Lynn Clarke
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12 Dec 2008 10:45:06 AM PDT
I made these for a cookie swap and they are wonderful. I could eat the whole dish of them. Plan to make more. I baked them at 350F since she didn't have a temperature for baking on them and they only took about 15-20 minutes. After you frost them, let them sit to harden up so you can dish them out without them falling apart.

 
Kristie
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14 Feb 2009 5:44:32 PM PDT
These were awesome! I made these for my husband's family and they were a huge hit.

 
Debbie
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31 Aug 2009 12:08:14 PM PDT
I actually double the recipe and add the non dairy chocolate chips to them (and do not do the frosting) and they are fabulous!!

 
Gourmet Candles
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18 Sep 2009 3:43:54 AM PDT
Oh my I am glad I found your site. Will be making these soon for the upcoming fall holidays.




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