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Lemon Bars

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These delicious bars have won over the hearts of many . . . even my citrus-disliking husband loves these lemon bars!  Please be forewarned they are deeeeeelicious most likely a results of their HIGH fat content.  Either way make with caution because you may just become obsessed.

This recipe is: Paleo and free of: gluten, grains, soy, dairy, processed sugars

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Makes 16 small squares

INGREDIENTS

Crust

1.5 cups almond meal

2 heaping tbsp coconut oil melted

2 tsp vanilla

2 tbsp maple syrup

Filling

1/2 cup fresh lemon juice

3 eggs

1/4 maple syrup 

1/2 tsp lemon zest

4 tbsp coconut oil

DIRECTIONS

  1. For the crust mix the CRUST ingredients together in a bowl and push flat in a 9 by 9 greased pan and bake for 10-15 at 350.
  2. In a saucepan on low place eggs and maple syrup and zest and continuously stir until it begins to thicken (applesauce/yogurt consistency).
  3. Add 1 tbsp of coconut oil at a time, stirring and waiting till it melts, then adding the next tbsp of coconut oil. Lastly add lemon juice and stir till it thickens back up.
  4. Pour thickened lemon topping on top of baked crust and set in fridge for 1-2 hours.
  5. Cut 4x4 and Enjoy!

Nutrition Facts: 1 Serving 7.3g carbs, 11g Fat, 3.3g Protein

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Lemon Garlic Prawns

YUMMMMM, that's really it here, super easy and delicious, a must try if you like seafood!

Prawns are great source of protein, low calorie and low fat food.  You will also get a good hit of calcium, potassium, phosphorous and vitamins A and E.

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Serves 2

INGREDIENTS

- 8 oz prawns

- 2 Fresh lemons

- 2 garlic cloves

- salt & pepper

- parsley

- 2tbsp olive oil

DIRECTIONS

1.  Preheat over to 350F

2.  Juice lemons, mix juice with olive oil, salt, pepper.

3.  Add in crushed garlic cloves and mix.

4.  Place prawns in tin foil boat, covering with lemon oil mix, topping with parsley.  Wrap up tin foil boat nice and tight and bake for 30min and enjoy!

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