Who would not enjoy this luscious layered lemon delight—an easy to make, layered lemon cake recipe? Lemon tastes tangy, sweet and sour, has a beautiful color and a singular flavor, especially when you prepare it in combination with sugar. And it does not take a lot of sugar to soften the sharp bite of lemon so that it becomes a spectacular flavor everyone loves (especially when you create it in a layered lemon cake). Plus, it is one of the prettiest colors in a food. Lemon is a flavor of summer time. Its sharp and crisp tartness seems so bright and right for the hot days of summer. A lemon dessert even sounds refreshing when you are melting in the heat of the sun. This recipe is also very pretty to look at, and the photos on the website alone are enough to get you started on this layered lemon cake. The website photos and easy to follow directions are just two more reasons for you to check out what is happening on this site and with this recipe.
The recipe here calls for pecans to be ground and used as the base for the lemon dessert. You will find that ground nuts are a very special base for any fruit pie, or any pie or cake that calls for a cheesecake like or whipped cream filling (alone or in combination). The nuts smooth out and beautifully complement the richness of the cream and the tangy flavors of most fruits. In this lemon dessert, those flavors come together particularly well. So lemons and pecans are a great combination together in this lemon dessert. Pecans are a slightly sweet nut with a soft bite. Lemons are sharp and tart. The nuts mellow out the tartness of the lemon creating a delicious flavor combination. Milk is also part of the recipe adding still more smoothness and silkiness to the texture not to mention a nutritional punch of calcium and magnesium to this layered lemon cake. That does not make eating cake something you want to do every day, but it does give you a reason to make this layered lemon cake and feel pretty good about it. This recipe also uses a combination of pre-packaged ingredients to make this lemon dessert an easy one to pull together. It is a great starter recipe for a layered lemon cake that also uses some homemade additions to give it a fully satisfying flavor.
This lemon recipe is not very expensive to make (especially when lemons are in season), feeds lots of people, and is quick and easy to prepare. It will go well to picnics, BBQs, gatherings of friends and families, or taste delicious served up right at home. Why not try this lemon recipe at your house tonight? You will win plenty of thanks from your family if you do! Find out not only how to make this lemon recipe but many others that are just like it at the website, Happy Hooligans, by following the link below.
Nutrition Facts of Luscious Lemon Delight from Happy Hooligans
Ingredients: Flour, pecans, butter, cream cheese, Cool Whip, instant lemon pudding, lemon juice, milk, icing sugar.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 20 servings *Per Serving: Calories 263, Calories from Fat 142, Total Fat 15.8g 24%, Saturated Fat 9.7g 49%, Cholesterol 22mg 7%, Sodium 217mg 9%, Potassium 65mg 2%, Carbohydrates 28.0g 9%, Dietary Fiber 0.6g 2%, Sugars 22.3g, Protein 3.5g, Vitamin A 5%, Vitamin C 1%, Calcium 6%, Iron 3%
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