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Sweet and Simple Lemon Bars


Before coming to Princeton, I spent a lot of time looking for easy, quick recipes with few ingredients but a large flavor profile. These lemon bars among the simplest, best tasting recipes I found. You only need five ingredients to make these lemon bars (six, if you use confectioner’s sugar), all of which are easily found on campus. I didn’t even have to buy a lemon; I just asked for one from the dining hall! Even though the only lemon flavoring requires very little juice, the tart flavor is unmistakable and a welcome change from the overly sweet desserts in the dining halls. When you’re looking for a switch up, give these sweet and simple lemon bars a try!

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 35-40 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes

Servings: 1 8″ pan of bars

Ingredients:

Crust:

1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, softened
1/4 cup white sugar
1 cup all-purpose flour

Filling:

2 eggs
3/4-1 cup white sugar, depending on desired sweetness
2 tablespoons of flour
1 lemon, juiced

Optional: Confectioner’s Sugar, for dusting

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 350° F.
  2. In a medium bowl, mix the softened butter, 1 cup flour, and 1/4 cup sugar. Use a fork to mash the ingredients together until the mixture begins to stick together.

    Photo by Mark Zhang

  3. Press crust into bottom of ungreased 8″ round pan ( for a 13×9 pan, double recipe). Bake for 15-20 minutes, or until the crust is beginning to brown.

    Photo by Mark Zhang

  4. Meanwhile, in a separate bowl, whisk together 3/4-1 cup sugar (depending on desired sweetness), 2 tablespoons of flour, eggs, and lemon juice. Pour this mixture over the baked crust.

    Photo by Mark Zhang

  5. Bake for 20 more minutes or until the edges begin to brown. Allow the bars to cool completely before cutting into 1-2″ squares.
  6. If desired, dust confectioner’s sugar on top of the cooled bars.

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Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


Lemon Bars

It’s been a long 6-month wait, but I finally got my wedding album! If you would have asked me a few years back if I believed I would find the man of my dreams and get married, I’d have said “No way!” You know what they say, though – eventually, it happens to all of us.

The day of my wedding was the best day of my entire life. That’s crazy, isn’t it? Although I’m usually not the emotional type, just looking at the photos and reliving that day makes me want to burst into tears. We were so happy that day.

To be honest with you, it doesn’t feel like we’re newly weds, rather as if we’ve been living together for 20 years. I mean that in a really good way, so don’t worry.

But what was it I actually needed to talk about? Oh yea, lemon bars! So let’s talk about that.

These are classic lemon bars with a sweet, buttery, tender crust and a creamy lemon filling. Every bite is sweet, tangy, and refreshing. It literally melts in your mouth.

Recipes for classic lemon bars usually consist of a shortbread crust. The sugar used in the crust can be either granulated or powdered sugar, although the latter adds a more tender, melt-in your-mouth texture. Similar to my melt-in-your-mouth cookies recipe, 1/4 cup of the flour in the crust can be replaced with 1/4 cup cornstarch for an even better texture. Pre-baking the crust, such as in tart recipes, is necessary in order to prevent sogginess.

Lemon fillings vary in the amount of zest and juice used in the recipe. These bars have a nice, strong lemon flavor. You can even use more lemon zest if you like. Flour, in addition to eggs, is added to thicken the filling. I like to reduce the amount of sugar in my recipes if possible. I find this recipe sweet enough for my tastes, but you can taste-test the filling and add more sugar if desired. Add up to 1/2 cup more (just to the filling, not the crust).

Serving the lemon bars on the same day as baking is best – that’s when the crust is still crisp. By the second day, the crust will begin to soften slightly, but the bars will still keep in the fridge for 3 days.


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