Try this lemon lush dessert when you want something quick, easy and delicious to make for dinner and it just has to be a lemon dessert. Why not try it tonight? This lemon recipe is called lemon lush because the layers are full of fresh squeezed lemon, which is then blended with cream cheese and whipped cream. You can not go wrong with this lush blend of creamy ingredients in this lemon dessert.
This particular lemon cake recipe does not require any cooking. The lemon dessert does need to be chilled for some time. That allows the flavors to come together in the lemon cake recipe and also allows the ingredients to fully firm up so they can be cut easily. You want that, too, because this lemon dessert has four separate layers. Each one of them deserves to be seen and admired, so be sure to let this lemon cake recipe get good and cold before you serve it. This lemon recipe is pretty enough to serve to guests, and the special ingredient in the crust will offer up plenty of rich flavor that your friends and family and anyone you have dropping in for dinner will surely enjoy. It also boosts the nutrition of the cookie base, always a plus for desserts.
Lemons are an extraordinary little fruit. They may have originated in Asia, but now grow in many other regions around the world, including California. There is something quite astonishing to see the bright yellow fruit hanging from a branch, and know that this sour little fruit that we use in so many dishes can actually kill plants with the level of acidity it contains. There are actually many varieties of lemons, but the Eureka is the one most common in the market. Limoncello, a bright yellow Italian drink usually is made with the Sorrento lemon. Another pseudo-lemon, the Meyer lemon, is a more delicate fruit, and thought to be a cross between a mandarin orange and a lemon. Its sweeter flavor and orange tones reflect that heritage. When you make a lemon cake recipe or other lemon recipe, consider using a Meyer lemon where you want a more complex flavor result. They are fabulous.
Little helpers or new young bakers can help or even handle this lemon dessert. The lemon recipe is pretty simple to pull together and without a lot of supervision young bakers can probably make this dessert. It will bring plenty of “oohs” and “ahs” to encourage your young baker on to even more spectacular desserts. This is a fun lemon cake recipe to make, and one you can treat yourself and everyone in the family to, on a hot afternoon when you need something sweet and lemony to pick you up. Thank you to Spicy Southern Kitchen blog site for this recipe. Why not head over to the website now, and then head to the grocery store to pick up any ingredients you may need to make this lemon dessert tonight? Enjoy!
Nutrition Facts for: Lemon Lush from Spicy Southern Kitchen
Ingredients: All-purpose flour, butter, pecans, sugar, cream cheese, sugar, fresh lemon juice, instant lemon pudding, milk, whipped topping.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 12 servings.* Per Serving: Calories 597, Calories from Fat 360, Total Fat 40.0g 62%, Saturated Fat 23.6g 118%, Cholesterol 111mg 37%, Sodium 1060mg 44%, Potassium 144mg 4%, Carbohydrates 54.7g 18%, Dietary Fiber 1.0g 4%, Sugars 20.0g, Protein 6.8g, Vitamin A 25%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 8%, Iron 8%
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