26 Reviews

yummo! have made this a few times,but i have found the top of the slice tasted floury and was firm.Made it again yesterday and only put in a couple tbs of sr flour into the lemon mix and it turned out simillar to lemon curd with a thin crust on top.....excellent! :)

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^RoSe^ July 02, 2010

Awsome I have also tried it with gluten free flour mix and it was just the same so heaps of brownie points scored for me when the mother in law could enjoy it with us for supper.Thank you

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Kiwi mum November 29, 2009

After solving a little confusion over measurements -- fluid ounces versus ounces of weight in the conversion from metric -- this came together beautifully, set up properly, and tastes wonderful. Handles like a cookie (biscuit) because the jelly-like lemon topping is covered with just the slightest crust. Made for the OZ/NZ Swap #22.

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Lavender Lynn November 09, 2008

This slice is quick and easy and really tasty. i add about 1/2 cup of coconut to the topping and it tastes delish. i have made this several times and it never lasts more then 24hrs, everyone just gobbles it up. Thanks for posting. For anyone in America making this...icing sugar is powdered sugar and caster sugar is similar to white sugar, just finer.

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Lindt6 September 19, 2008

Very good lemon slices (bars). I too used a 9 x 13 pan and they turned out fine. Definitely can tell the difference between these and the packaged mixes. Nice balance between the tartness of the lemon and the sweetness. In case anyone is not familiar with caster sugar it is the same as what we in the US call superfine sugar. This can be bought in the supermarkets or you can make your own with a food processor. Since superfine is much smaller grains of sugar, it measures differently than regular cane sugar. If you use regular cane sugar, you'll have too much sugar in the recipe.

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Mary K. W. September 23, 2007

This is so easy to do with the food processor. I used plain sugar (and only 1 cup) instead of caster sugar. I had to add a few minutes of cooking. This is so yummy. Thanks Jewelies :) Made for I Recommend tag game

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Boomette December 12, 2010

I saw this recipe in the "orange and lemon game" and I had to try it. It is so yummy! Loved it!!=)

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awalde November 15, 2010

I had to cook these a little longer than suggested, but that gave us plenty of time to let our dinner settle. These were a huge hit!

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Annette NC April 05, 2010

Very easy and extremely yummy! Thank you very much for the recipe!

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BonnieD Oz August 16, 2009

I had a bit of trouble with this recipe and I blame it entirely on the fact that I don't have a food processor. I followed the recipe exactly, but the base didn't come together so I had to add water and lemon juice to make it stay, which made it a little doughy. The top layer was also pretty thin but thickened up with baking. I added some coconut to thicken it up a little. It tasted delicious the first day, we could not stop eating it! It did go a bit sour the second day, I'm unsure why. I would definitely try this again if we get a food processor, and I'd use a different tin, I think mine was slightly too big.

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KatCake July 25, 2009
Lemon Slice