Hi Jenn. Pull the foil away from the sides to prevent sticking, and then let sit until completely cool, a few hours. These are delicious. BEAT butter, sugar and brown sugar in large bowl with mixer on medium-high speed until light and fluffy. The bars should be baked at 350°F/180°C. What’s the temperature for baking 35 mins? I need them for something in about 6 days. We usually buy seeded raspberry jam, but I assumed that seedless would be much better which was correct. Today, I’ve got some super simple and delicious blackberry oatmeal cookie jam bars. Rate the recipe: 5 stars means you loved it, 1 star means you really disliked it. Directions were perfect. If you click on the recipe tab, in the top right corner of the recipe you’ll find a button where you can toggle between cup and metric measures. I even made them using leftover homemade cranberry sauce after Thanksgiving in lieu of raspberry jam. Hi Mia, It really shouldn’t be particularly wet. Made these bars today and they’re absolutely yummy! When they bake the strawberry jam gets all gooey and binds the oatmeal and shredded coconut topping together. So, SO good. I doubled and used 9 by 13 per your suggestion. They were a great hit with no leftovers. 5. Our company go-to, and I am *always* asked for the recipe. Even better the next day when the jam soaks into the cookie. Easy to put together, but difficult to resist eating all of them in one sitting. Jenn, Can you use fresh berries instead of jam/ preserves? I think coconut oil would work well, Devan. Sweet, tart and gooey, these raspberry jam bars are a happy marriage of blondies and jam. These are my absolute new favorite cookie. I love the pecan/oatmeal/coconut combo in the crusty part. Hi Marge, I’ve only used a food processor for this, but one reader commented that the used the smoothie cup on her ninja blender instead of a food processor, so I think it’s worth a try. I made this over the weekend, and got rave reviews at home and then on Monday at work. Thank you for the tips!! I’m buying a bag of pecans from Costco because I see myself making this recipe at least once a month. Will make them again.. Love the recipe. I used a jar of local blackberry preserves and everyone loved these bars! These bars are the perfect treat that everyone will love! These bars are the absolute best and so easy to make! Cool completely; cut into bars. Do you think this would work if I use that in place of the raspberry jam? Substitutions: steel cut oats (add a bit of crunch), strawberry jam since I did not have raspberry, walnuts instead of pecans (since that’s what I had). Everyone loved these bars! So yummy! My recipe is made with melted butter with egg used to slightly soften and bind the mixture (most raspberry bar recipes do not use egg), and the end result is very similar to the biscuit base made using the traditional method  The biscuit base of the traditional method is slightly softer, slightly more shortbread like. I made these last weekend and they were moist and flavorful and my hubby loved them. It’s a little tough spreading it out that thin- I use a layer of wax paper to push around the bottom layer of dough. Do you think you could take out the coconut and pecans and add chocolate chips maybe? You could try using a muffin tin without adjusting the ingredient amounts, but it will likely make less than 12 “muffins.” Not sure what the baking time would be for that so you’d need to keep a close eye on them. Perfect for a nice brunch or an afternoon (or anytime) treat. no fan inside the oven), then it will take around 40 minutes to bake. Hi Lydia, Because these have the jam, these will inevitably moisten up a bit when they sit for a few days. They are delicious! I do have a Ninja, if that helps. Made these when I had my brother and sister-in-law over for dinner. These Raspberry Bars have an oatmeal biscuit base, a layer of raspberry jam, then topped with an oatmeal crumble using the same mix as the base. Hi Nicole, I haven’t made these with anything but all-purpose flour, so I can’t say for sure, but I think it will work. Well, these 5 Ingredient Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars are a hot contender for the World’s Speediest Bars too.