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Lemon Hazelnut Bars

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Lemon Hazelnut Bars

Gluten Soy & Dairy Free

toasted hazelnut crust:

1 cup organic white rice flour

1/4 cup organic coconut flour

4 tb organic coconut oil

1/4 ts kosher or sea salt

1/4 ts baking powder

1/4 ts baking soda

1/2 cup sugar

1/2 cup toasted, chopped, hazelnuts

lemon filling:

2 large organic eggs

1 cup sugar

juice of two (large) lemons (plus rind for zesting)

2 tb organic white rice flour

2 ts cognac

Preheat oven to 350F

In your favorite stand mixer, cream together coconut oil and 1/2 cup sugar. Add dry ingredients, stir to combine. Spray your favorite 8 x 8 baking dish. Press into prepared pan and bake for 25 minutes, until crust begins to brown and set.

In a medium mixing bowl, beat organic eggs, sugar, lemon juice, zest, and cognac until well blended, add flour, combine, and pour out on crust. Place back in oven and bake approx. 20 additional minutes, until firm.

Cool and cut.

Enjoy! :)

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Both of your lemon recipes sound yummy. I have been craving something lemon (ice cream actually), but haven't seen it when I have went to the store. Maybe I'll just have to bake something lemon instead. Thanks

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Both of your lemon recipes sound yummy. I have been craving something lemon (ice cream actually), but haven't seen it when I have went to the store. Maybe I'll just have to bake something lemon instead. Thanks

I have a recipe I can post if interested. Its made with jello, yogurt and lemonade if you can have them. Mix and make it in an ice cream maker.

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MMM lemon ice cream :lol:

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This looks great. I love anything lemon, and cognac is my drink of choice. I have a bottle that I bought that does not meet my standards for drinking. I have been using it in cream sauces for topping steaks, and now I can use it up in this! Thanks!

Walt

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I hope it satisfies your lemon craving Walt! B)

be well!

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This woman is trying to kill me. Could you come up with something made with honey? My tummy doesn't like all that sugar and your recipes are the best!

Did you see my banana bread? Mmmmm.....

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