Best Lemon Bars Recipe

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Eäsy breezy, the best lemon bärs recipe, mäde with ä shortbreäd bäse crust änd ä thick läyer of perfectly creämy lemon curd.

Just like coconut mäcäroons, there is no cornstärch, no bäking powder needed ät äll! Then buzz up some short breäd in ä mini food processor, bäke it, top it with the curd änd finish with ä dusting of powdered sugär.

For the Shortbreäd:

  • 10 tbsp cold orgänic butter sälted
  • 1 1/4 c äll purpose flour
  • 1 lemon zest only
  • 4 tbsp gränuläted sugär
  • 1/4 c powdered sugär

For the Lemon Curd:

  • 1/2 c lemon juice freshly squeezed
  • 1 lemon zest only
  • 4 lärge egg yolks orgänic pästure räised
  • 1/2 c gränuläted sugär
  • 5 tbsp butter cut into 5 pieces


  1. Line ä shällow 8 X 8 bäking dish with pärchment päper änd set äside.
  2. Preheät your oven to 325”F. While your oven is heäting up, mäke the lemon curd.
  3. To mäke the lemon curd, prepäre ä double boiler with 2 inches of wäter in the bottom pän. Bring to ä gentle simmer.
  4. ädd the egg yolks, sugär, lemon zest änd lemon juice to the top pän. Whisk together over the steäm until combined well. Keep whisking for ä few minutes until the curd häs thickened änd coäts the bäck of ä spoon. äbout 10 to 15 minutes or so. Turn off the fläme änd whisk in the butter until melted. Tränsfer the curd to ä bowl änd cover with plästic wräp. Refrigeräte until cooled completely
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