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Each bite of these bars is a combination of buttery flakiness and zesty sunshine. The best part is that you can use your favorite combination of citrus fruits. Have some limes? Use them. Oranges too? Go crazy. Kate, Recipe Hunter

Kate Edeker


Citrus Bars

Bright, summer flavors to enhance your dessert

Breezy summer days call for the bright flavors of these citrus bars, with a playful twist on each batch. Deborah’s recipe allows room to improvise with the ingredients: A little more lemon and the bars will be tarter, but the addition of oranges, grapefruit, or limes can change everything. The base of these bars is crisp and buttery, baked to deliciousness, before the filling is poured on top. Sprinkle everything with a light dusting of powdered sugar, and get ready for a surprising citrus explosion.


Deborah Harroun

Recipe Developer, Photographer, Food Lover

Deborah Harroun from Taste and Tell

At Taste and Tell, you will find easy, fast and family friendly recipes. I am a believer that anyone can cook and that dinner doesn’t have to be complicated.

If there’s one word to describe Deborah’s cooking, it would be: inviting. With two (and soon to be three!) young children at home, she’s a busy wife and mom who shares her fast and easy recipes to get a family dinner on the table in under an hour. But she also proves that quick dishes don’t have to be boring. Her blog, Taste and Tell, is full of delicious, unique, and approachable recipes that will allow you to put a homemade meal on the table every night of the week.

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