If you like lemon pie, this is the recipe for you if pressed for time. It looks like it took a long time to make but will set you back 10 minutes or less if you have the ingredients on hand. Another one of those recipes that the longer it sets, the better it gets.
I love cobblers, especially peach, but there are days you just don't have the time to make the "real thing". So here is a short cut that is fast, good, and tasty hot or cold. For a special treat, add a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top of a bowlful...yummers!!
This recipe has been in our family since time out of mind. It is the best of all worlds, it is simple, it is GOOD, it keeps very well and it actually is better the day after it is baked(if it lasts that long). The only change I have made to the recipe my Grandmother used is adding the teaspoon of baking powder. It assures you won't have a "sad streak" in the pound cake.
A quicker version of an old favorite. These bars are great for a snack as well as for a family gathering,or a potluck supper. You can divide the recipe between two foil pans, serve one and freeze the other. Just be sure to cool completely before wrapping in foil to pop in the freezer.
So Called because you use a "cuppa" this and a "cuppa" that...it is a quick dessert that is good hot, cold or anywhere in-between. Boo(long-sufferin' everlovin' hubby) loves it hot with vanilla ice cream.