Lemon Pudding Cake
If you are trying to get the health benefits of lemons into your diet you now have a dessert recipe to help you achieve that goal. This lemon desserts recipes that will give the tangy fruit a home is great and it is very easy to make as well. If you are looking for homemade brownie recipes then you have come to the wrong place. This recipe from the kitchen of Mel is strictly a lemon desserts recipes that will include pudding in the mix. If you love lemons then this recipe will help you to include the health benefits of lemons right in the recipe.
Lemons are the citrus fruit that will get lips to pucker and will give you a fresh feeling. This recipe can be prepped and cooked in less than 1 hour and if you take the time you will be enjoying a great dessert that can go well with a scoop of whipped cream on top. If you are not a lemon enthusiast then you can easily switch one citrus fruit for another. Orange will work just as well with this recipe and it will turn your dessert from a tangy treat to a sweet mix.Lemons are the fruit that doesn’t get the love it should. Lemons have a long and storied past but if you wanted to know exactly when the first one was used in any way then you will be let down. We don’t have a definitive date and time when they were first used but we can roughly assess that. You won’t be lacking theories regarding their first use but it is now accepted that the first cultivation of them was in North East India and possibly either Burma or China. The fact that no one is sure of the exact origin probably lies in the fact that they were not readily used in many recipes until they found their way to Europe and were included in many recipes from Italy. They entered the European continent through Italy and have been around there since the Ancient Roman times when Caesars ruled the known world. They eventually made their way to Persia and the rest of the Middle East by about 700AD. The main use for them was medicinal purposes and it wasn’t until the Italians decided to use them in cooking that they started to be accepted for use in that regard.
This day and age lemons can be found in drinks like tea and also alcoholic offerings as well. You can still use lemons for medicinal purposes but mainly as an antiseptic. Many of us can still recall the time our mom or dad or grandparents would use a squeeze of lemon juice on our cuts. It is still a great way to kill germs and you can use it mixed with water as a great sanitizer. If you are in need of cleaning your fingers after eating messy ribs or chicken wings then a small amount of lemon in warm water will do the trick.Thanks to Mel of Mel’s Kitchen Blog for this yummy Lemon Pudding Cake Recipe and bon apetit.**
Nutrition Facts for: Lemon Pudding Cake from Mel's Kitchen Cafe
Ingredients: Flour, cornstarch, sugar, butter, lemon juice and zest, eggs, milk, water.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 6 servings * Per Serving:Calories 355, Calories from Fat 135, Total Fat 15.0g 23%, Saturated Fat 8.2g 41%, Cholesterol 185mg 62%, Sodium 164mg 7%, Potassium 128mg 4%, Carbohydrates 50.1g 17%, Dietary Fiber 0.4g 2%, Sugars 44.8g, Protein 7.8g, Vitamin A 10%, Vitamin C 19%, Calcium 10%, Iron 6%
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