A collection of our favorite lemon recipes that are much more sweet than sour.
Although we’ve all had a lemon of a car, lemons are rarely…lemons. Some may be juicier, some thinner skinned, but they’re always tart, flavorful and reliable. In fact, a squeeze of a lemon can fix anything, from flat vinaigrettes to salsa to sauces. Here lemons star in our favorite sweets—lemon bars, cool pies, zesty cookies and quintessential lemonade.
Fully dissolving the sugar in water is key to great lemonade.
This layered lemon icebox pie is cool and refreshing—the perfect summer dessert.
These powdered sugar dusted squares are the perfect combination of tart and sweet.
Drying lemons is easy, and they're the perfect ingredient for spring.
These simple lemon tarts are perfect to make with kids.
A tart, crisp cookie from The Good Neighbor Cookbook—ideal for welcoming a new neighbor or gifting to an old friend.
A perfect topping for ricotta pie or cheesecake.
Tangy, sweet lemon curd with a splash of cream fills this luscious pie.
This pie is absolutely beautiful to behold.
A shortbread with a subtle lemon twist, these go perfectly with tea or hot apple cider.
Can't get enough lemon? This grown-up sundae's for you.
A moist, crumbly bar made with freshly squeezed lemon juice.
An ooey-gooey citrus dessert that's part cake and part pudding.
Pair this lively sherbet with fresh berries or crisp cookies.