Chewy Lime Sugar Cookies

Are you a lime lover? If so, you will love these Chewy Lime Sugar Cookies! Sweet and soft, with the perfect amount of chew and fresh lime flavor. I don’t know what the weather is like in your area, but here in Ohio, we’re in that odd phase of the year where one day it’s […]

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Are you a lime lover? If so, you will love these Chewy Lime Sugar Cookies! Sweet and soft, with the perfect amount of chew and fresh lime flavor.

Chewy lime sugar cookies stacked on a parchment-covered cutting board next to a glass of milk

I don’t know what the weather is like in your area, but here in Ohio, we’re in that odd phase of the year where one day it’s 90 and the next it’s 65.

While I am a true fall lover at heart, we’re still trying to hold onto the last couple of weeks of summer.

Which basically means I’m still whipping up key lime and fresh berry desserts all while craving pumpkin roll and a big slice of pumpkin crunch cake.

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No-Bake Raspberry Lemon Cheesecake

A simple no bake cheesecake made with cream cheese, whipped topping, lemon zest and raspberries.

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Fresh raspberries and bright lemon are folded into this No-Bake Raspberry Lemon Cheesecake for an easy dessert everyone will love.

Three glass dishes of no-bake raspberry lemon cheesecake on a marble counter. There is a spoon in each dish

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Key Lime Pie Bars

With a creamy filling that is both tart and sweet and a coconut graham cracker crust, these Key Lime Pie Bars are the definition of summer in one perfect bite! These bars are easy to make and a great alternative to a traditional key lime pie. I don’t know if you happened to catch my […]

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With a creamy filling that is both tart and sweet and a coconut graham cracker crust, these Key Lime Pie Bars are the definition of summer in one perfect bite! These bars are easy to make and a great alternative to a traditional key lime pie.

Two key lime pie bars on a white plate next to a gold fork with a white handle. The corner of one bar has a bite taken out of it

I don’t know if you happened to catch my post last week for Key Lime Pie Ice Cream, but I’ve pretty much been obsessed with key lime everything since then, so I thought it was the perfect time to share these super simple Key Lime Pie Bars with you.

They’ve been on the site for ages, but they were definitely in need of a little refresh, so I tweaked the recipe and added new photos.

And now I’m just over here contemplating what key lime dessert to whip up next!

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Key Lime Pie Ice Cream

A simple, creamy ice cream that tastes just like Key Lime Pie.

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Key Lime Pie Ice Cream is a tart and sweet ice cream version of your favorite key lime pie! Simply whisk the base together and churn it in your ice cream maker – no extra cooking or chilling required.

Overhead view of 3 ice cream cones of key lime pie ice cream laying on a marble countertop surrounded by slices of limes

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7Up Pound Cake

A simple and delicious recipe for homemade pound cake made with 7Up.

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Having a great pound cake recipe in your baking back pocket is a real time saver when you need a cake to bake. This 7Up pound cake recipe is about as classic and delicious a cake as you’ll ever find. It’s an old-fashioned recipe that I’ve updated with a couple of tweaks to amplify its lemony flavor, making it completely irresistible!

Two slices of 7up pound cake on white plates, topped with whipped cream and fresh berries

Years ago I was given a recipe for 7Up pound cake from a woman I used to work with named Connie. It was sweet, lemony, and had an incredible crunchy bottom to it. Sometimes she’d serve it plain, and other times, she finished it off with a zesty 7Up lemon glaze.

Seriously, it was to die for!

Connie was a from-scratch cook and rarely had exact measurements for her creations.

You know the kind of recipes I’m talking about here. The ones passed down through the generations, where you literally have to guess how much flour, sugar, butter, etc. each recipe needs.

Needless to say, I was never able to recreate her incredible food based on her vague directions. She’d give basic details then throw in phrases like, Oh, a handful of this and Just a pinch of that.

But one day, she called me down to her office and had an actual recipe for her 7Up pound cake written in her pristine, cursive handwriting on a yellow sticky note. I was floored!

After receiving the recipe, I made it countless times, always playing with the toppings and trying to perfect that 7Up glaze (which I never did). For whatever reason, my cakes never tasted as good as Connie’s. At some point, I forgot about this cake and even lost the recipe.

Recently, I wanted to make a pound cake and Connie’s 7Up version immediately popped into my head. I became a little obsessed with finding the recipe and after a valiant effort of digging through countless cookbooks and recipe binders, I came up empty handed.

I turned to the internet and happened upon a recipe that I thought was pretty darn close, so I went with it, adding a couple of tweaks along the way.

It turned out fantastic and it even had that perfect crunchy bottom that was always my favorite part of Connie’s recipe.

It was still missing a little something that I remember from Connie’s cake way back when, but I’m starting to think that she may have a little secret ingredient that she decided to keep to herself.
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