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Busy Holiday Lemon Pie Dessert Recipe Solution

By Carlo
Busy Holiday Lemon Pie Dessert Recipe Solution I do my best to be solution-minded. Honestly speaking, this busy holiday lemon pie dessert recipe solution fits that category perfectly.
During the holiday season, aren't most of us running around like crazy people -- trying to get everything done? That can't keep happening.
We're quickly approaching the holiday season, which for many of us involve a lot of anxious stressfulness, filled with an increasingly frustrating waiting game of dealing with other peoples' busy schedules. Yuk. We hate when that happens. Oh, and parties. If you're like me, you love parties so you love when that happens. Especially when you're invited to attend the party.
The holidays are kind of a time when you don't have time for being or feeling dependent on someone else who knows where the party is (when we don't), who has the recipe (when we don't have it and need it), and who knows how much it costs (which is usually important to most people these days). So, of course most of us hate it when we're dependent on others, but ce la vie... such is life. That's just how it sometimes goes. I know, I know... it's no fun and it can be a drag. But, it's a two-way street. Even though... when we're in need of help, that's a place of vulnerability that no one likes.
I'm in the midst of planning how to become more sufficiently efficient throughout the holiday season. Doing so, I'm creating and looking for some easy to make, as-fast-as-possible, recipes that I can use for catering, as a party hostess gift, and at home -- for my own gatherings. I figured you might be interested in my busy holiday lemon pie dessert recipe solution that you'll find below.

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Busy holiday shoppers... of course.

   I don't know about you, but I just can't begrudgingly trudge through the grocery store -- feeling ticked off that I'm exhausted, yet have to have shop for all the ingredients necessary to make something to take to a party... again. Sigh, I'm sure we all go through this! Thankfully, I found a minute to come up with a plan.
This busy holiday lemon pie dessert recipe solution really is the perfect solution for the perfect holiday dessert to serve at your holiday party. Or, to take as a hostess gift to a party during the holiday season.
What I love about it is that it only takes 4 (four) ingredients to make it. Also, it's easy to construct because all you need to do it stir it; no need for mixers, blenders, and such. And, it's cooked in less than an hour.
Tart, sweet, cool, and creamy smooth... it's the kind of make, bake and take, "I'm in a hurry", "make last minute" dessert that's wonderful with a hot cup of coffee or tea, to share with everyone at a party. Just grab it out of the oven right after it's been cooked -- put it in your car to take with you and place it in the refrigerator for the two hour time span (while you're having hors d'oeuvres and dinner) at the home of the party host.
When you're pressed for time, this is the best and easiest to make homemade dessert ever! 
Busy Holiday Lemon Pie Dessert Recipe Solution
Busy Holiday Lemon Pie Dessert Recipe Solution
(Printable Recipe)
ZipList, where you can store all of your favorite web recipes in one place and easily add ingredients to your shopping list."> Serves 8
Ingredients
3 egg yolks (or substitute Egg Beater)
1 can condensed milk
4 oz. fresh-squeezed lemon juice (or bottled lemon juice)
1 - 8oz. graham cracker or baked pie crust (homemade or store bought)
Instructions
1.) Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
2.) Beat egg yolks with a fork until smooth
3.) Gradually blend in condensed milk and lemon juice, stir until smooth
4.) Pour into pie crust
5.) Bake for 30 minutes
6.) Remove from oven and cool for 1 (one) hour
7.) Next, chill in refrigerator at least 2 (two) hours
8.) Top with whipped cream however much or little you'd like and serve
Cater-Hater Tip: serve with vanilla-flavored whipped cream for an added kick of delicious flavor. And, keep pie refrigerated before and after serving.
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