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  • lemon layer cake

    Lemon layer cake

    Our lemon layer cake is made from sweet lemon sponge cakes layered with zesty homemade lemon curd Ė but you could always use shop bought lemon curd to save time! This impressive lemon layer cake has five layers and is topped with a simple lemon icing. Donít be intimidated by the many layers of this lemon layer cake, itís easy to make but gives such impressive results!

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  • lemon pots.

    Lemon pots with mini meringues

    Our lemon pots topped with mini meringues are super dainty and are perfect as a dinner party dessert. You can make them a whole day in advance which means you donít have to stress about them on the day of your party and can concentrate on having a good time and entertaining your lovely guests. To make our lemon pots youíll need 6 small 100ml pots or ramekins which are suitable for baking. When making the mini meringues, donít let the egg yolks go to waste. Freeze them separately for later use like to add to stuffing or to glaze pies. You could also make lemon curd with them, along with the leftover lemon juice. Melt 30g butter with 60g golden caster sugar and the juice and grated zest of 1 lemon, then stir in 3 egg yolks. Heat gently and stir until itís thick enough to coat the back of a spoon. Store in a sterilised jar, in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. Two recipes from the same core ingredients Ė winning!

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  • lemon pudding

    Citrusy lemon pudding

    Our citrusy lemon pudding has just five ingredients, many of which youíll probably have in your cupboards and fridge already. The ingredients are cheap as chips and once bought youíll have plenty left over for future puddings. This sharp and sweet lemon pudding is simple to make and so quick, making it perfect for when youíre craving an effortless after dinner treat. It takes roughly 15 minutes in a hot oven and the end result is a fluffy, lemon-flavoured sponge. You could serve the lemon pudding with a little drizzle of cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream. We have sprinkled over some flaked almonds to serve for added crunch, try toasting them lightly beforehand to intensify the flavour. This recipe makes 2 puddings. The pudding will keep well in the fridge for up to 3 days and it also freezes well. The easiest way to reheat it is to microwave 1 pudding on High for 1 min. Heat for 30 seconds more, if needed. So why not make a batch of lemon puddings and have them on standby if youíre entertaining and need some last minute puds? We understand if you donít feel like sharing though, your secret is safe with usÖ

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  • Lemon Maderia Cake

    Lemon Madeira cake

    Lemon Madeira cake recipe is so simple and uses just a few ingredients. Serve with a cuppa - and relax. Madeira cake is the perfect afternoon mood-lifter. This classic Madeira cake will take around 1hr and 15 mins to prepare and bake. It's a real family favourite that you'll want to make time and time again. This recipe serves 6-8 people. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container or cake tin and are best eaten within 3 days of baking. This cake is just perfect served with a cuppa as an afternoon treat or if you want to serve with for dessert we'd recommend serving it warm with ice cream or with homemade custard.

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    (180 ratings)
  • Lemon cake

    Lemon cake is delicious, quick and easy to make and this lemon cake recipe is a real winner. It's difficult not to gobble this delicious lemon cake down as soon as you've made it - but try to freeze a few slices for tomorrow! Another great cake from Woman's Weekly. This delicious, quick and easy lemon sponge cake recipe is a real winner. Infused with fresh lemons and topped with a sweet lemon curd buttercream. This cake serves 12 people and will take around 35 mins to bake plus cooling and decorating time. Store any leftover lemon cake in an airtight container for up to 2 days. This sponge cake recipe would work just as well with other citrus fruits instead. Try orange or lime.

    • 3
    (494 ratings)
  • Primrose Bakery's lemon buttercream

    This lemon buttercream recipe gives your cakes a real zingy finish. Use this icing from the Primrose Bakery on lemon cupcakes or to ice the middle and top of a lemon cake. This lemon buttercream will top around 12 cupcakes or 1 regular cake. It's so simple to make and takes around 10 mins in total. If you have any leftover store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Stir thoroughly before popping back into a piping bag or smoothing onto your cupcakes. Leftover buttercream can be stored in the fridge for up to 1 week. Make sure you beat thoroughly before using to pipe and decorate cupcakes again. Like most buttercream recipes, it's best served fresh. It's so easy to make this lemon buttercream, once you've mastered this recipe you'll be making it over and over again. It's the perfect alternative to classic buttercream. So if you want to create something at home that looks and tastes as good as shop bought icing, try this buttercream recipe and youíll not be disappointed. Lemon buttercream tastes really light and the citrusy flavour of the freshly squeezed lemon juice really compliments the sweetness of the icing sugar. Whether you want something to top cupcakes or a lovely birthday cake, you canít go wrong with lemon buttercream icing Ė itís a real crowd pleaser and will become one of those recipes that you go back to again and again.

    • 4
    (90 ratings)
  • Mary Berry's lemon drizzle cake

    Mary Berry's classic lemon drizzle cake recipe is one of the most popular recipes on GoodtoKnow and has been tried and loved by thousands of fans! This simple Mary Berry lemon drizzle cake recipe is full of citrus flavour and is perfect for all baking abilities, from beginners to those who fancy a spot in The Great British Bake Off tent! The light and zesty lemon sponge is glazed with a crunchy lemon drizzle icing, made with a simple sugar and lemon mixture. We love this lemon cake recipe for a lazy Sunday afternoon with a warm cuppa or even as a treat during the week for afternoon tea. This recipe for lemon drizzle cake will take approximately 55 mins to prepare and bake, so you donít even have to spend that much time in the kitchen to make this easy lemon drizzle cake. This lemon cake recipe serves up to 6 people, so itís perfect if youíre having a small group of friends over. This lemon drizzle cake is so good that we doubt youíll leftovers. But if you do, you can store this cake in an airtight container for up to 3 days and enjoy it later.

    • 3
    (4116 ratings)
  • Lemon meringue roulade

    This lemon meringue roulade recipe is a doddle. Roulades have a reputation for being tricky to make, but with the right size tin, a bit of patience and a steady hand for rolling! Sticky, sweet and full of zesty flavours, this pud is perfect for rounding off a big family dinner or your next Sunday roast, and best of all, you'll already have most of the ingredients to make it in your store cupboard. This recipe serves 6-8 people and will take around 1hr and 30 mins to make. A portion of this light and lemony dessert works out at only 305 calories per serving - ideal if you're trying to be good but don't want to miss out on your favourite treat.

    • 3
    (200 ratings)
  • Lemon tart

    Lemon tart, or 'tarte au citron', is the perfect melt-in-the-mouth dessert for sharing with friends and family. Lemon tart recipe is traditionally French and is made with a crumbly shortcrust pastry that contracts against the sharp lemon flavours. By using the rind of the lemons you will get the fullest citrus flavours! We recommend not making the dish too far in advance, it tastes best served just after cooking and doesn't keep for too long even in the fridge. This delicious lemon tart recipe serves 8-10 people and takes around 1hr and 25 mins to make and bake.

    • 4
    (118 ratings)
  • limoncello pots

    Limoncello pots with almond biscuits

    Limoncello pots are a creamy and indulgent dessert with a fresh, zesty flavour. Weíve served ours with home made almond biscuits, which are ready in no time but make this into a really stunning and impressive dessert that is perfect for dinner parties. The sweet and crunchy almond biscuits complement the smooth limoncello pots and have a rich and nutty taste. The tangy lemon cuts through the richness of the creamy crŤme fraiche to give a really balanced dessert. If youíve bought limoncello to make these limoncello pots, donít let the rest go to waste. Why not try mixing 2 tablespoons of limoncello with a glass of prosecco to make an easy but refreshing summer cocktail.

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  • Limoncello trifle

    Limoncello trifle

    Limoncello trifle is a fresh and flavourful twist on the classic British dessert. It is so easy to make, and the addition of limoncello gives a lovely boozy kick. This dessert recipe requires no cooking, just a little bit of prep and some assembling. Trifle has been a popular British dessert for decades, and with this delicious limoncello trifle, it's easy to see why. The layers of lemony sponge cake, sweet lemon curd, light whipped cream, and fresh berries make it an interesting and crowd pleasing pudding. Limoncello is an Italian lemon liqueur from the south of Italy. It can be used to make delicious cocktails but also works so well in desserts, such as in this limoncello trifle. If you've never tried it before, then this is a great recipe to use limoncello for the first time, you're guaranteed to love it.

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    (1 ratings)
  • Lemon sherbet fountain cupcakes

    Lemon sherbet cupcakes

    This lemon sherbet cupcake recipe is easy to follow and is both sweet and tangy. This recipe not only shows you how to make soft, zesty sponge cakes, it also shows you how to make a citrus, sherbet buttercream to pipe on top. These cupcakes are great for sharing, and would be perfect for kids parties or family gatherings. This easy lemon sherbet cupcake recipe makes 12 cupcakes, but is easily doubled or tripled to make more (because let's face it, there's no such thing as too many cupcakes!) With just 20 minutes prep time these are a great last-minute treat to throw together and are guaranteed to go down well with the whole family.

    • 4
    (5 ratings)

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