I melted the butter as suggested by some below, but it's disappointing. The top is sticky and the bottom thick and chewy.
Blend (where in a bowl?) . This recipe was not written
MELT THE BUTTER. How hard would it be to add those 3 little words to the recipe?
These are very delicious but, c'mon Duncan Hines, just because we're all supposed to be so advanced with technology doesn't mean your company has to force us to use the Web site (so you can slam us with advertising) and, then, when we do, you can't even tell us to MELT THE BUTTER?
Other recipes for lemon bars always tell you to bake the bar part by itself at 315* for 20 minutes alone..... then add topping to finish so a crust will appear & give a barrier to the bar and the topping. That is what I will try next time........ I do want to say the very corners cooked property & they tasted awesome so worth a try again. ;-)
Merry Christmas!!!!! BTW - I was going to dust with powdered sugar & call them "don't eat the yellow snow bars"!!!!!! Feel free to use the name...... you know for kids & adults a funny named dish will have people talking about it for years to come. At this point they are called don't eat the yellow mush bars. ;-)
I made the Sunshine Lemon Bars for Easter. My 14 year old grandson loved them!!!
He said the crust was his favorite part. My daughter just called me this morning for the recipe. He asked her to make them for him. These were a hit with the whole family!