Layered Citrus Dessert

Layered Citrus Dessert Recipe

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Kristin Miller


Few ingredients but wondeful taste!


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can evaporated milk (370 ml)
can sweetened condensed milk (300 ml)
graham crackers-use honey made if you can, divided
1 c
cool whip, thawed

How to Make Layered Citrus Dessert


  • 1Grate lemon zest from 1 lemon, set aside. Cut both lemons in half, squeeze to measure 7 Tablespoons of juice.
  • 2Mix evaporated and sweetend condensed milk in a small bowl. Add lemon juice, 1 Tablespoon at a time, stirring with a fork after each addition until well blended. Your mixture should be have a soft custard like consistancy. Stir in lemon zest.
  • 3Line the bottom of a 8x5x3 loaf pan with plastic wrap. Arrange 6 graham crackers on the bottom, carefully break/trim some for a snug fit.
  • 4Cover with 1 cup milk mixture, spreading to cover crackers. Repeat layers 2 times. Cover with remaining wafers.
  • 5Refrigerate overnight. Unmold onto plate just before serving. Spread top of dessert with cool whip.

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About Layered Citrus Dessert

Course/Dish: Other Desserts
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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