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I was flipping through the channels on TV the other day and came across a popular cooking program. The chef was making what appeared to be a very thin raspberry pie. It looked good enough. i turned to the trusty old internet to see if I could find a recipe. What I found wasn’t quite a recipe for pie but it was even better.
This recipe for raspberry wedges has actually been adapted from a lemon square recipe. It is sweet and tart at the same time. You are going to love how easy this dessert is to make and how quickly you’ll find yourself devouring it. Enjoy!
Recipe and photo courtesy of CateyG.
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