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Greet everyone in the family with love with this spicy Martha Stewart dessert.

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On April 30, Stewart posted a video from her Martha Bakes show, showing fans how to make delicious lemon-based desserts that scream sunshine. She posted the mini video to Instagram with the caption: “These sunny tarts are filled with tangy lemon curd and topped with meringue. Watch @marthastewart48. Take the desserts to the next level by toasting the meringue!”

Martha Bakes’ original recipe only calls for four ingredients, but here’s the twist: Two of the ingredients are from other Stewart’s recipes. For the crust, you’ll need ingredients like all-purpose flour, salt, and eggs, just to name a few. The three step recipe is perfect for any beginner and the crust taste is so sinfully delicious. Get Stewart’s Pate Sucree recipe HERE.

Now, for the star of the show, the Lemon Curd can be recreated with ingredients like lemon zest, lemon juice, sugar, and salt, just to name a few. Two steps later you get the delectable citrus center. See the Lemon Curd recipe HERE.

The six-step recipe starts by preheating the oven to 350 degrees and by the end you’ll be burning those toasted meringues to perfection in no time!

Get Stewart’s full Lemon meringue tarts recipe HERE.

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Before you go, check out our slideshow of Martha Stewart dinner recipes below:

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