Posted on | August 27, 2007 | 7 Comments
I really like lemon, almost as much as pumpkin, and since I still haven’t found a really great lemon bar recipe or mix, I thought I’d give this lemon bar a try from the Bittersweet Bakery in Eagan, Minnesota. It is conveniently located by my parents’ home off of Cliff Road, and the half empty panÂ in their display case convinced me that they must be pretty good, if so many were gone by 11 a.m. So I splurged, purchased a generously sized bar for $2.25 and went on my merry way.
The bottom layer is a vanilla-tasting yellow cake. My piece was quite dry and crumbled profusely. The top layer of icing is a sour lemon flavor that is brittle and cracks when cut with a knife or fork. It tasted a bit old and stale. As an afterthought, I realized warming this cake in the microwave could have helped.Â Because I like this bakery so much, I think this productÂ deserves another chance.Â However, overall I was really disappointed with this product experience.
PROS: Umm, it’s gluten free
CONS: dry cake, sour icing, the combination of the twoÂ tasted strange
Rating: 2 stars
For more information on Bittersweet Bakery’s products, click HERE.
To read the review for their yummy pumpkin bar cake, click HERE