Lemon Bars

United States
March 11, 2017 6:04pm CST
I have a great homemade recipe that I've always used, but in a pinch bought a mix last fall when it was on a closeout sale. I haven't gotten around to making it all this time. My baking days are in the past, but got it out this morning and scrounged up 3 eggs and a third cup water. Yes, that was all I needed, haha It turned out great, as good almost as my homemade. I had a nice size piece this afternoon and I'm no longer hungry for lemon anything. I wonder if lemon bars freeze?
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@Happy2BeMe (71959)
• Canada
12 Mar 17
Oh I love lemon. If I was closer I would come over and visit.
3 people like this
• United States
12 Mar 17
I would definitely love to share it!
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@Happy2BeMe (71959)
• Canada
12 Mar 17
• United States
12 Mar 17
I like lemon bars and lemon meringue pie and homemade lemonade and lemon sugar cookies. A few weeks ago, I had a lemon roll. Didn't like that too well.
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• United States
12 Mar 17
If it has lemon in it, I love it.
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@BelleStarr (36113)
• Portland, Connecticut
12 Mar 17
I don't see why not, I would just wrap the individually so ou can have one when you want it and I bet they are good for 6 months. I just finished up my piece of cake tonight from Tuesday, that was one big piece of cake but so good.
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• United States
12 Mar 17
I'm going past there in May on my way to NC and I'm stopping! I'll probably take a piece of cake with me too.
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@BelleStarr (36113)
• Portland, Connecticut
12 Mar 17
@Jeanniemaries lol Might want to take 2 lol
@PatZAnthony (12183)
• Charlotte, North Carolina
12 Mar 17
Almost everything can be frozen, so my answer would be yes!
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• United States
12 Mar 17
I'm going to try it.
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@PatZAnthony (12183)
• Charlotte, North Carolina
12 Mar 17
@Jeanniemaries You will have the fun of eating those again. How nice is that.
@Tampa_girl7 (24149)
• United States
12 Mar 17
I would imagine that they would freeze.
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• United States
12 Mar 17
They will have to, because I am lemoned out!
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@Tampa_girl7 (24149)
• United States
12 Mar 17
@Jeanniemaries I bet they will keep well frozen
@LadyDuck (141223)
• Switzerland
12 Mar 17
I love lemon bars, everything with cream filling does not freeze very well.
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• United States
12 Mar 17
Oh, well....hmmm I was going to try it, but now I have second thoughts.
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@LadyDuck (141223)
• Switzerland
12 Mar 17
@Jeanniemaries Try with a small piece and check if it works. At least if it does not work it's only a small piece.
@JudyEv (115612)
• Bunbury, Australia
12 Mar 17
Sounds my kind of recipe. I could conjure up 3 eggs and some water too.
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• Philippines
12 Mar 17
i prefer easy recipes too!
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• United States
12 Mar 17
@hereandthere I know, I always thought I would do the more complicated stuff when I had all the time in the world to play around. Nope. Sill don't like cooking all that much.
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@hereandthere (27717)
• Philippines
12 Mar 17
i think as long as they stay frozen they're good. i think what spoils food is temperature changes, like taking it out, it thawed completely, but you decide not to use it/eat it, and put it back.
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• United States
12 Mar 17
Yes, that is hard on food.
@Shavkat (53774)
• Philippines
12 Mar 17
I haven't seen a lemon bar. I would love to taste it. I just knew that it is used for garnish in certain menus.
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• United States
12 Mar 17
Don't lemons grow in PI?
@megatron777 (3781)
• Guam
12 Mar 17
I'm not certain if lemon bars freeze at all. Like to experiment?
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• United States
12 Mar 17
I was going to put a piece in the freezer last night and forgot.I had some for breakfast this morning. They are even better than having doughnuts.