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As a child, I can remember completely detesting anything that was lemon flavored. In fact, my siblings and I would fight over who got the lemon piece of candy or popsicle from the freezer. All of us disliked lemon with a passion. Anyway, as I grew into womanhood my taste buds changed drastically. Now, I can’t get enough of lemon-flavored goodies. To me, lemon is so refreshing and crisp tasting. I love it! These lemon crescent roll bars are absolutely stunning both in flavor and presentation.
They come out of the oven piping hot and the filling warms your belly up with a sweet comfort. You will definitely want to make these lemon crescent bars for your next gathering.
I ran a taste test station with my kids and husband and made these lemon crescent roll bars for them. They all gobbled them up like it was their last meal. Thank goodness my kids didn’t inherit my childhood disdain for lemon desserts. This recipe was definitely a major hit with my brood. Enjoy!
Photo and recipe courtesy of Just A Pinch, Janet Ruffin, and Amber Moon.
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Quick Tip: If you do not have access to lemon curd feel free to use lemon pie filling in this recipe.