Lemon Bar Cereal Snacks

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Ingredients

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10 oz jar Lemon curd
2 cups White chocolate chips
1/2 cup Butter
12 cups Rice Chex cereal
3 cups Powdered sugar

Nutritional information

cup
1/2
297
calories
3g
protein
14.4g
fat
42.2g
carbs
32.2g
sugar

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Lemon Bar Cereal Snacks

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    This simplified recipe makes a giant batch of lemony goodness, and the delightful crunch puts them first on my list of sunshine-flavored desserts.

    • Serves 24
    • Easy

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    Lemon tastes like sunshine. Not the relentless burning sunshine of a desert summer, of course. Lemon tastes like the light, delightful sunshine that kisses your face on a spring day.

    I love lemon bars – but let’s be honest. I rarely have the time and patience to make them. This simplified recipe makes a giant batch of lemony goodness, and the delightful crunch puts them first on my list of sunshine-flavored desserts.

    They are not low-calorie or low-sugar, so they’re best saved for occasions when you want to indulge a little. They’re lovely on the table at a book club, luncheon or tea party.

    When presenting this treat as a gift (or auction item) I like to fill a mason jar, tie a pretty bow and add a tag.  Not only is the jar reusable, but the glass also allows the lemony goodness to really shine through.

    Steps

    1
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    Melt the white chocolate, butter, and lemon curd in the microwave for 2-3 minutes, stirring every 30 seconds or so until melted and smooth.

    2
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    Add Rice Chex to a large container with lid, then pour the lemon mixture over top. Place the lid on the container and shake until cereal is evenly coated.

    3
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    Add powdered sugar to mixture and shake again until cereal is well-coated.

    4
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    Spread the mixture on parchment paper or two jelly roll pans and allow to cool completely.

    5
    Done

    Store in an airtight container if you won’t be eating them immediately.

    Babs

    I love gelato, asparagus, and my basset hound, Fred. I'd rather be reading than cooking, so I'm always looking for ways to make things easier in the kitchen.

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