2 Ingredient Lemon Bars – Melt in Your Mouth!

Let’s start with the end result….

I had to put powdered sugar on top so it wouldn't float away.

I had to put powdered sugar on top so it wouldn’t float away.

I saw this recipe on fb a while ago and wanted to try it right away, but when I went to the store they were all out of angel food cake! I bought two cans of the lemon pie filling and placed the recipe on hold until the store stocked up again. The following week, success!

I am not a brand person, these are just what I happened to finally find at my store.

I am not a brand person, these are just what I happened to finally find at my store.

Ok, ingredients:

1 box angel food cake mix
2 cans lemon pie filling

The recipe calls for two 21oz cans but since I bought the wrong size I had only two 15oz cans. Screw it! I’ve been waiting too long and I’m gonna try it anyway. Put the cake mix in a bowl, add the pie filling and mix it all together. I used a spatula.

It's like mixing heavy air...that smells like lemon drops...the mixed drink, not the candy.

It’s like mixing heavy air…that smells like lemon drops…the mixed drink, not the candy.

Grease your 9X13in baking pan, spread your batter in the pan, and cook it at 350 degrees for 25 minutes or until the top browns – mine didn’t brown.

Before baking...

Before baking…

After baking - go ahead and scratch-n-sniff, it smells amazing!

After baking – go ahead and scratch-n-sniff, it smells amazing!

I added some powdered sugar to my individual piece…slicing into the pan felt like slicing into whipped cream – so light and fluffy/spongey.

It's like eating SpongeBob LemonPants.

It’s like eating SpongeBob LemonPants.

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One response

  1. Great recipe! Can’t wait to try it.

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