Country Time Lemon Squares Recipe
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There is something so happy about lemonade. I think back to my own lemonade stands when I was a kid and then the ones my children constructed just outside the house we still live in. It warms my heart. Every time I see a lemonade stand, I stop. Last summer, I saw one on the corner a few miles away. Those kids had a great spot just outside their subdivision. I pulled in and sent my three kids to buy from them, telling my children to always stop at kid run lemonade stands and to always have some cash on hand. Hey, it was a good lesson both ways. To my surprise, the cups of lemonade were huge and delicious. If their parents were like me, they probably mixed up some Country Time to make that stand a hit. It was great and smiles were ear to ear!
Speaking of lemonade and things of lemon, let’s talk lemon squares! Isn’t this a thing of beauty? It was super easy to make! I’ll show you.
Country Time Lemon Squares Recipe
- The Crust
- 1 cup all-purpose flour
- 1/2 cup butter softened
- 1/4 cup powdered sugar
- The Filling
- 1 cup granulated sugar
- 2 tablespoons Country Time Classic Lemonade Starter
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 2 large eggs
- 1 tablespoon confectioners' sugar
- Preheat oven to 350.
- Make the Crust
- Combine the flour, butter and powdered sugar until well blended.
- Press the dough into a greased 8x8 baking dish.
- Bake for 20 minutes.
- Make the Filling
- While the crust is baking, make the filling.
- Beat the eggs, salt, granulated sugar, baking powder and lemonade starter using an electric mixer. Continue beating for 3-4 minutes, until the mixture is light and fluffy.
- Pour the lemon mixture over the hot crust.
- Bake for 25 minutes.
- Remove from oven.
- Allow pan to cool.
- Add sifted confectioners sugar to the top.
I made Country Time Lemon Squares using their new Lemonade Starter. I used the Classic Lemonade Starter in this recipe but they also have Berry Lemonade and Half Lemonade & Half Tea starters too. First, you make the crust with just three ingredients. YAY to that! It’s just butter, flour and powdered sugar. You mix it until it’s a dough consistency and then you smash it into an 8×8 baking dish. Easy as … lemon squares. Next you bake it for 20 minutes. While it bakes you prepare the filling and pour it over the hot crust when it’s ready. In place of the traditional lemon juice, I used Country Time Lemonade Starter. Bake it for 25 more minutes. Remove it from the oven, sprinkle some powdered sugar and you’ve got an awesome dessert!
Check out these new Country Time Lemonade Starters! Now you can make a whole pitcher or just a glass. It really easy and convenient to make too, just add water!
Each bottle makes 6 quarts or 3 pitchers, has 50% less sugar than leading regular sodas and is flavored with real lemon juice. Plus, look at those yummy flavor options! You can make a quick, refreshing beverage that the whole family will enjoy.
Check out these upcoming Country Time Lemonade Starter demonstrations at Walmart: March Demo locations and April Demo locations
I picked up the Country Time Lemonade Starters at my local Walmart. Plus, I finally remembered to buy some more hand towels while I was there. No reason to wipe hands on clothes any longer. LOL!
If this photo could talk it would say, “Hello, I’m delicious.”
I love the Country Time Berry Lemonade Starter! Which one do you think will be your favorite?
That looks delicious! I think I would try the Country Time Lemonade Starters in the Half and Half flavor. Yum! #client
Thanks Stephanie! I’m so glad they created the Tea & Lemonade flavor. I love an Arnold Palmer!
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