Top-ranked recipe named "Rhubarb Squares by Kizzy"
A simple and easy dessert that tastes great.
"We have so much rhubarb in the spring that I am making new desserts every weekend. this one is a real winner! Delicious!"- Lindzamac
Mix together the first three ingredients (crumb mixture) and place half in the bottom of a greased 9 X 13 inch pan.
Add diced rhubarb, then top with the remaining crumb mixture and lightly press down.
Bake at 325 F. for 1 hour (Pyrex pan) or 350 F. for tin pan.
beverleycard 3 months agoWith cooking experience I was able to quess when the eggs, 1 tbsp. flour and brown sugar were to be added. I recommend to use 9' square pan.
bestes13 1 year ago
mandaphillips 1 year agoHalf of the recipe is missing, so I made the rest of it up as I thought would work. I used a nonstick pan as well as greasing it like the recipe said and they still stuck like crazy. Very hard to get out, lost half the pan. They were delicious but not worth the hassle.
IEHERB 3 years agoWhat am I missing? This recipe doesn't make sense to me. I mix the 1st 3 ingrd. and use half on bottom of pan. Then I add the diced rhubarb and cover with remaining half of mixture. Where do I put the last 3 ingedients?
Lindzamac 4 years agoWe have so much rhubarb in the spring that I am making new desserts every weekend. this one is a real winner! Delicious!
RKG1 9 years ago[I posted this recipe.]