Martha Stewart’s Atlantic Beach Tarts Recipe Combines Lemon and Lime

Martha Stewart's Atlantic Beach Tarts Recipe Combines Lemon and Lime

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Martha Stewart knows how to make our bellies rumble over a new, delicious dessert we thought was only possible in Disney movies. Again, she proves that not only are these dishes real, but you can easily make them at home. On May 19, Stewart shared an idyllic snapshot of her new dessert fit for an Emily Brontë novel.

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She posted it with the caption, “Lemon bars meet Key Lime pie in this luscious hybrid dessert. Sweetened condensed milk is brightened with lemon juice for the creamy filling, and the pressed-in salt crust couldn’t be easier to put together. Get the recipe at the link in bio! : @johnny_miller_.”

You read that right, this is like a lemon bar and a key lime pie having a delicious baby. With a preparation time of only 20 minutes, you need to crochet some ingredients like lemon juice, saltines, kosher salt and eggs, just to name a few.

While the prep is a cinch, the rest will take some time. You start by preheating, hose down pans and put the saltines in a food processor of your choice. After a while, sprinkle the tops of the delectable dessert with confectioners’ sugar.

Stewart also left some chef’s notes, detailing the operations you can make to prepare the recipe.

Get Stewart’s Full Recipe for Atlantic-Beach-Tart Bars HERE and get Stewart’s bestselling cookbook called Martha Stewart’s Appetizers: 200 Recipes Cookbook.

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