Lemon pudding cake is a refreshing dessert recipe

Looking for a refreshing springtime dessert that’s as easy as it is delicious? Look no further than Lemon Pudding Cake, which only has a handful of ingredients – all of which you probably already have in your fridge and cupboards.

This Lemon Pudding Cake recipe from Allrecipes does not require an instant pudding mix. Instead, it combines eggs, lemon juice, lemon zest, butter, sugar, flour, salt, and milk, resulting in a dessert that looks like a cake on the outside. , but has a pudding consistency inside. To make the lemon pudding cake, all you need to do is combine some of the ingredients, then beat the egg whites until stiff, possibly mixing them with the rest of the mixture. Once the dough is ready, pour it into a mold and bake it in a bain-marie, or water bath, for 45 minutes.

With 179 ratings, the recipe has 4 out of 5 stars. Reviewers say it’s easy to make: a new favorite dessert that’s fluffy and light yet thick. One reviewer said the cake had “a nice gooey sauce on the bottom of the dish, intense lemon flavor and a perfect sponge cake on top.”

A handful of reviewers suggest adding more lemon juice and lemon zest than the recipe calls for, but only if you want a stronger lemon flavor. Other bakers suggest reducing the sugar a bit or replacing the lemon and dairy milk with something else, like lime and coconut milk.

You can read the full recipe on Allrecipes.


Because it’s a perfect spring flavor, there are dozens of dessert recipes that use lemon, from cakes and cheesecakes to sweet rolls and breads.

Sticking first with more desserts, these lemon cream cheese bars require a few key ingredients. You will simply layer the croissant dough with a mixture of lemon zest, lemon juice, cream cheese, and spreadable sugar on top of the dough. Another layer of croissant dough is next, which is then covered in butter and sweet lemon zest before baking.

You can also make Lemon Angel Food Cake, Lemon Blondies, Lemon Cake with Lemon Cream Cheese Buttercream, Lemon Blueberry Poke Cake, and Lemon Blueberry Blondies. Strawberry, which use fresh strawberries and freshly squeezed lemon juice.

For a dessert without cake, a lemon cheesecake mousse is light and fresh and tastes like spring in a mug. The mousse contains just four simple ingredients and takes only 10 minutes to assemble. All you need is heavy whipped cream, cream cheese, powdered sugar and lemon juice. You can also garnish the mousse with lemon slices, lemon zest, blueberries and mint leaves.

If you put the mousse in individual cups, you can also make a crust with crushed graham crackers, sugar and salted butter which you simply press into the bottom of the cup.


If you’re looking for sweet lemon flavors, but not necessarily desserts, check out these recipes for Lemon Blueberry Monkey Bread, Lemon Ricotta Pound Cake, Lemon Buns, and Lemon Yogurt Cake by Ina Garden.

The lemon yogurt cake recipe uses yogurt to sweeten the dish into an airy and light dessert. Although the recipe calls for plain whole milk yogurt, you can also substitute plain Greek yogurt if you want to reduce sugar and add protein. You will also need fresh lemon juice, freshly grated lemon zest, sugar, eggs, flour, salt, vanilla, baking powder and vegetable oil, but you can also substitute the oil with unsweetened applesauce to make it a little healthier.

If you decide to use applesauce, Food Network suggests replacing only half the oil with applesauce so that the flavor of the applesauce doesn’t overpower the lemon and other flavors in the cake.


For an adult-only lemon treat, RumChata offers a Limón flavor that you can drink straight, over ice, or mixed with vodka or coffee. Made with Caribbean rum, cream, vanilla and lemon, RumChata Limón has a fresh and creamy finish.

Try it in the RumChata Breakfast in Bed, which combines two parts RumChata Limón with one part blueberry vodka, or the Lemon Latte Martini, which combines 2 ounces of RumChata Limón with 1 ounce of vanilla vodka and brewed coffee. Cold.


Do you have a favorite lemon dessert or other lemon flavored treat?

Michael M. Tomlin