Lavender Lemon Bars

"A hint of Lavender and lemon peel in the crust makes these treats a favorite. The recipe comes from Backyard living"
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Ready In:
1hr 15mins
2 dozen bars




  • In a small mixing bowl, cream butter and powdered sugar; Add the flour, almonds, lavender and lemon peel; beat until crumbly.
  • Pat into an ungreased 13-inch x 9-inch x 2-inch baking dish; bake at 350 for 15 minutes or until edges are golden brown.
  • Meanwhile, in another small mixing bowl, combine sugar, flour, baking soda, eggs and lemon juice; beat until frothy; pour over HOT crust. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown; cool on wire rack, dust with powdered sugar; refrigerated leftovers.

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  1. Rita1652
    GOOD FOR THE SOUL! This is so my type of dessert! I made this in the food processor with the metal blade, starting with the butter and sugar adding whole almonds following with the rest of the crust ingredients. Then the topping I mixed in the blender. This is a quick prep dessert. I did sub the lemon for lime and added lime zest. Also used Lavender Sugar With Vanilla recipe #101039 in place of the topping sugar. Thanks for posting!
  2. under12parsecs
    Refined, light & lovely. Most importantly: DELICIOUS! So, so good. Next time, I am going to play with the crust to topping ratio (doubling the topping). Thank you, Barb, for a gorgeous recipe. -Kari
    Perfect. Prepared exactly as written. Used a pestle and mortar to crush the dried lavender. <br/>Thank you. I've been planning to make this recipe for a long time. I hope to make these bars again soon before summer's over and substitute lime for lemon. Originally reviewed 8 August, 2010 but no star rating was showing.
  4. 880250
    Everone was right! This is easy and delicious. perfect for a lavender tea or in my case FESTIVAL Snack!
  5. ellie_
    These are wonderful and so easy too! I used my home-grown lavender, but probally used a bit less than called for. Thanks for sharing this keeper recipe!



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