These raspberry lemonade tartlets are perfect for Mother's Day or any other spring brunch. The beautiful pink color is reminiscent of flowers and the shade of pink can be adjusted by changing the ratio of raspberry juice and lemon juice.
I have always loved lemon curd for the intense sunburst hit of citrus that it brings to the table. I like this Cooking Light recipe because it calls for very little butter compared to other recipes so it is still light and refreshing while maintaining a spreadable consistency...all in all, the perfect balance between lemon curd and lemon filling.
The sweetness of the powdered sugar goes perfectly with the tartness of the lemon in these buttery lemon bars. I like to cut them into small squares because though the burst of lemon is refreshing, the bars are very rich.
Making homemade lemonade with fruit purée was such a hit with my family that the natural progression was to turn the strawberry and blueberry lemonade into popsicles. Making popsicles is easier than you think and allows you to control the amount of sugar in them.
This rendition of homemade lemonade is tart but you can add more sugar to taste. The splash of blueberry purée is a perfect balance to the tartness of the lemon.
This rendition of homemade lemonade is tart but you can add more sugar to taste. The splash of strawberry-raspberry purée adds a summery sweetness which is a perfect balance to the tartness of the lemon.
Making your own lemonade is easy and allows you to control how much sugar is in it. You can make a large batch and store it in the refrigerator or make it to order by the glass. This rendition of lemonade is tart but you can add more sugar to taste.