With spring around the corner and the sunshine making its way into our lives once again, I have been craving new seasonal flavours. Winter, to me, is full of all things chocolate-y as well as warm, hearty puddings, such as sticky toffee puddings and apple crumbles.
Warmer months, on the other hand, is full of fresh flavours; berries, exotic fruits and citrus. While it may be far too early to be cooking with strawberries and raspberries, I have been craving something sweet, yet tart, and these lemon bars are perfect when you want a change from your typical chocolate-y desserts.
These bars are sticky, tart and lemon-y, a perfect after dinner treat when you want something light and refreshing. The recipe uses soy yolks, but once you have made that element, it’s incredibly simple to put together. The base comes together quickly, as does the lemon-y topping. Feel free to double to quantity and use a larger baking tin.
Ingredients for the base:
Ingredients for the topping: