Easy Lemon Bars


Easy Lemon Squares from P&Geverday

One of my hobbies is tennis and I’m lucky to play on a team with a great group of ladies.  We recently had our last match of the season and celebrated after with goodies.  I wanted to bring something different that I knew the ladies would enjoy but couldn’t think of what to make.  After perusing P&Geveryday, I found an Easy Lemon Bar recipe that I knew would be a hit.

The recipe was super easy and quick to make.  Following the recipe directions, I made the crust and while it cooled prepared the topping.  After 20 minutes in the oven, the bars were done.  I let them cool while I got ready for the match and just before leaving sprinkled them with powdered sugar and cut them into squares.  I really wanted one before the match but I resisted.

Lemon Square3

Would you believe that the other team couldn’t field a team for my court so I didn’t get to play?  I was disappointed for a few minutes but quickly began to enjoy watching along with the other ladies and gentlemen.

Watching tennis at OCC

Our team won 3 of the 5 courts making it a last win for the season.  When everyone finished playing, we enjoyed goodies.  Can you see that a few lemon bars are already missing?

Food at OCC

Our good friend Cole liked the lemon bars.

Lemon Square

Jamie made an adorably decorated brownie, perfect for a post tennis match treat.  It was almost too cute to eat.

Cakes at OCC

Our next league starts tomorrow night.  I’m playing with the same group of ladies and am sure that we’ll enjoy snacks after a few more matches.  I found these recipes on P&Geveryday that are ideas for other team celebrations:

Easy Lemonade Recipes

Peanut Butter Cups

Cool Watermelon Salsa

Olive Tapenade

4 Comments

  1. The lemon bars were great and what a fun night. While I’m no Ray McKegny (famous hand model) my hand photographed well.

    1. Thanks for being my hand model for the night! The leftover lemon bars didn’t last long at our house!

  2. Thanks for sharing that recipe! Lemon bars are one of my all-time favorite treats when OTHER people bring them to a party. I have tried several times to make them but mine are always too gooey. I am pinning your recipe to try try again! I saw your post over at Serenity Now blog party.

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