Pistachio Triple Layer Bars — 24 Comments

  1. Yum! These sound good ~ pinning to try later.
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  2. My sister in law loves pistachio anything! Pinning this to make the next time they’re over for dinner!

  3. I can’t wait to make this for my husband, Pistachio is his favorite. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a fabulous weekend.
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    Miz Helen

  4. I am very new to cooking/baking. I was thinking of making this for Christmas-would adding red food coloring to the cream layer mess up the taste?! Please remember-I am new to making desserts and do not have a lot of confidence

    • Hi Kristin,
      No, I don’t think the red food coloring will mess up the flavor. Make sure you purchase gel food coloring. You can find gel food coloring at Walmart, Hobby Lobby, Michael’s or any store that sales cake decorating supplies. The gel food coloring is super strong so you will only need a little and it is true to its color. I usually use a toothpick to add the color. That’s how little you’ll need. If you were to use the liquid type of food coloring (the kind you purchase at the grocery store) you would have to use the whole bottle and then it would not only make your dessert runny but it might change the taste a bit. Wilton makes good gel food coloring. If you want you could even add a touch of green to the pistachio portion of the dessert. Sounds like fun! Good Luck and let me know if you need anymore help. 🙂

  5. I”m not much of a cook, so I must ask what might be an obvious question to those who ARE gourmands……do you use salted or unsalted pistachios in the recipe?

  6. For your yummy looking Pistachio triple layer bars just wondering if I could add a 3oz block of cream cheese to the topping to make it a little firmer.

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