Oct 2, 2013

Krusteaz Key Lime Bar Review

 I confess... I've been off the blog posting for a few days. Just not a good week pain wise, but I did manage to snap a few photos for this review before the Husband gobbled them up! I have to say- the Key Lime Bars were pretty good! I like a creamier (like pie) version rather than a jelly type like these, but it was still good! And it does have a recipe on the box to turn it into a pie.


Simple instructions, just water and eggs needed, and powdered sugar if you want them, and it was pretty quick prep! I think this would be great for any skill level of bakers out there. 
You start out pushing the crust powder packed into a greased pan and bake it for about 10 minutes, then remove it from the oven. While that's baking, it's simply blending up the filling packed with eggs and water! So simple! After the crust is baked, pour the mix in and pop it back in the oven.

This is a perfect "fast" dessert for when you just don't want to do much for something delicious and sweet!

 Mine are a little flatter than those pictured in the box because I used a 9x9 pan when it called for an 8x8.
Have you guys tried the box desserts? What are some other delicious ones?

1 comment:

  1. Mmm these look so delicious!! Seriously I want key lime pie now. My favorite box dessert are blue berry muffins. I forget the brand but they have canned blueberries to give it that authentic taste so good and so easy. I haven't had them in a while I may have to look for them again because homemade blueberry muffins are a lot of work!!


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