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Lemon bars are a classic dessert that have been around for centuries. The earliest recipes for lemon bars date back to the 16th century, when they were known as "lemon squares". These early recipes were very simple, and usually only consisted of a few ingredients: lemons, sugar, eggs, and flour.
Over the years, the recipe for lemon bars has evolved and become more complex. Today, there are countless variations of the lemon bar, with each chef putting their own unique twist on the classic dish.
No matter what version of lemon bars you try, one thing is for sure: they are delicious! So next time you are in the mood for a sweet treat, be sure to give lemon bars a try.
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|all purpose flour|
|caster sugar super sugar|
|icing sugar confectioner' sugar|
|meyer lemon zest|
|meyer lemon juice|
|king arthur flour gluten purpose flour|
|preserved lemon paste|
|clear vanilla extract|
|citrus candied pistachio|
|crisco® original spray|
|smucker'® blackberry jam|
|light brown sugar|
|pillsbury ® all purpose flour|
|lemons lemon zest|