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One problem that occurs when making a two-crust bar cookie is the crusts vary dramatically, with too much bottom or not enough top. To avoid this, measure the crumbly mixture before you put it in the pan. Then use slightly more than 1/2 for the bottom crust, add the filling, then sprinkle the remaining crumbly mixture over the top.