taste testing

A few weeks ago I spotted this Lemon Tart in the freezer section of Coles.  Only $5 too.
I like lemony things, so I bought one to try.

The picture on the box looks nice....

and I liked the description of the filling.

The tart is wrapped in plastic, (but that picture wouldn't load), and sits on a small circle of cardboard.

 it's not bad....the pastry is a bit thicker and firmer than I would make, more like a frozen shortcrust than a fresh homemade, but nice enough.

 The filling is nice. Lemony and creamy, with a sprinkling of icing sugar.

Mmm. I'd buy this again and I wouldn't hesitate to serve it to visitors.
Recommended? Yes.


  1. Looks yummmy. Colourful plate to :-).

  2. Windsmoke; I like colourful plates. They add to the eye appeal of the food.

  3. Love your pics River.
    It sounds delicious ! Was this an in between ?

    You reminded me ...
    Book 11 - Guy Grossi and Jan Mc Guiness have the most divine sounding and looking Lemon Tart.It came out today.

    The quote also at the top always makes me smile.

  4. Sounds like a good deal.

  5. Trish; it started as dessert, then the leftovers became the next day's in between.
    Book 11? oh! your mini recipe books collection.
    It's one of my favourite quotes.

    mybabyjohn; cheap and tasty is always a good deal.

  6. Mmmm. You can't go wrong with lemon.

    I don't think we have that here (Minneapolis) but if we DID, I would buy one. And eat it. In two days.

    Not even quarter to eihgt in the morning here and I'm thinking about dessert...


  7. Pearl; I often have dessert for breakfast. Muesli bars; baked egg custard; brownies...not on working days of course. But on weekends, anything goes.

  8. I've been eyeing off that one at Coles myself and then keep forgetting about buying it. I love a lemon tart!


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