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Run For the Cure Bake Sale #6: Lemon Bars

We're coming to the end of this year's campaign for RFTC.  As much fun as it is, I am tired of all the baking!  Only one more bake sale to go after this.  This week I went with lemon bars as requested by one of my colleagues.

Luckily we had enough eggs and lemons at home as I didn't realise how many would be required until I got home.  I made a double batch which meant 12 eggs and 12 lemons went into it.  I didn't have enough sugar so Mr. T went down the convenience store to get me some.  That convenience store has saved me so many times.

I wrapped these up individually and topped them with a pink butterfly sticker and wrote thanks on them.  The inside pieces do not travel so well, they got a little squished on the subway ride down.  Next time I would put them in a container before I put them into a cooler back, but they still managed to sell.

This was my first time make lemon bars and they are so good.  Reminds of after church gatherings with church sandwiches and bars.  So good. :)


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