Tuesday Tidbits #116 ~Lemon Pie

Hello Friends! It’s Citrus Season here in AZ. My lovely neighbor and friend up the street gave me some lemons that she had just picked. Along with her lemons she gave me her recipe for Lemon Pie! Thank you My friend!

I was very interested in this recipe as one whole entire lemon is used except the seeds!

πŸ‹ Lemon Pie πŸ‹

1 Lemon cut into 8 pieces (remove seeds)

1 stick of soft butter

4 eggs

1 tsp. Vanilla

1 1/2 cups of sugar

Unbaked Pie Shell

Place cut pieces of lemon (peel and all) in a Vitamix Blender.

Add the butter, eggs, vanilla and sugar.

Blend until thoroughly mixed.

Pour into an unbaked pie shell and bake at 350 for about 40 minutes.

This is what mine looked like before I put it in the oven. I did not use a pie shell as we do not need the added calories. Trust me… it still came out great and so tasty!

Lemon Pie without the crust!

I hope you give it a try! It’s delightful!

Other news this week here at Two Trails One Road…

My Amaryllis is about to bloom…

Our orchid loves the dining room table…

And the She Shed has a new roofline!

Sweet Man added the new board at the top as the old board was straight across and this new board has a bit of a peak. I love how it came out!

It was another great week… how about for you? Thank you for the visit!

46 thoughts on “Tuesday Tidbits #116 ~Lemon Pie

  1. Hi There!!! πŸ™‚ What an interesting recipe! I’ve never seen anything like it, where you just blend up the whole fruit!!! I’d love to give it a try. And i have a lemon tree that seems to always have fruit on it. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Happy Tuesday, Nancy. The lemon pie looks delicious, using the entire lemon is new to me. The amaryllis and orchid are beautiful, lovely color for your beautiful home. Your she shed looks fabulous. Wishing you a lovely day, my friend!

  3. That pie looks amazing. I’m pinning that recipe. Thank you. πŸ™‚ Your Amaryllis is going to be a beauty, and your she shed looks even more handsome. Yes, I am jealous of your she shed but must admit mine would probably have a lot more dirt in it. πŸ™‚

    1. You gave me my Tuesday Smile!
      The pie is delicious! Hope you give it a try.
      And I am glad you enjoy the She Shed!
      πŸ‹πŸ’›πŸ‹
      Happy Tuesday!

    1. I think the crust less pie idea only works with this… but it works!
      Glad you like the look of the She Shed!
      Happy Tuesday!
      πŸ‹πŸ’›πŸ‹

  4. We’ve been picking oranges and grapefruit at my sister-in-laws house and her neighbor has a Meyers lemon tree that they encourage us to pick whenever we’re in the neighborhood. The lemon tart sounds delicious. Now if only I had a blender 😎

    1. Oh darn! I used a Meyer Lemon in this recipe… and it’s sooooo good!
      There is nothing like picking fresh oranges and grapefruit!
      Enjoy your Tuesday!

  5. I’m copying this one! Lemon is my favorite flavor and this looks delish. Glad to hear it works well without the pie shell, too. Hmmm. Might be on the menu this week or next!

  6. Great minds think alike! It is citrus season in California too and I have also just made a lemon pie. Mine however had crust and meringue, but no peel. I have not heard of using the peel before. It looked delicious!

  7. Nancy, I adore anything lemon! That pie looks scrumptious. I wish I had a piece right now. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Happy Tuesday, sweet friend!

  8. My mouth is watering for a piece of that lemon pie. The lemon you were gifted is so fresh looking. What a kind neighbor! Have a good week; it will be fun to watch that amaryllis bloom!

  9. I have made a similar lemon pie, and it’s crazy how you use the whole lemon! So brilliant to bake it without the pie crust, I’ve got to try that! Your she shed looks so pretty all decked out for Valentine’s day, and it looks like you are going to have a red amaryllis bloom for Valentine’s Day too! AZ is the place to be this weekend, we are bracing for cold rainy weather, yuck!
    Jenna

  10. Nancy, the Lemon Pie looks easy and yummy! One of my favorites. My orchids are in bloom also! I have no She Shed :), but it sure is adorable! Blue Rock Horses Frederick County, Virginia

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    On Tue, Feb 9, 2021 at 6:02 AM Two Trails One Road wrote:

    > Nancy posted: ” Hello Friends! It’s Citrus Season here in AZ. My lovely > neighbor and friend up the street gave me some lemons that she had just > picked. Along with her lemons she gave me her recipe for Lemon Pie! I was > very interested in this recipe as one whole ” >

  11. Now you KNOW I did a screen shot of that Lemon Pie! I thought I died and went to heaven when I saw that one. Thank you for sharing the recipe Nancy!!!! Love your She Shed, what a man you have!

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