How can you not love a bright, sweet sip of chilled limoncello. With the winter chill and fat flakes in the air there is something sunny about the bright yellow color and that fresh flavor to put a sly smile on your lips. Really.
I shared a recipe for limoncello that you can find on the Fig Lancaster site, here is the link. You need a few weeks lead time to make it and if you did prepare this recipe here are a few things to do with the limoncello.
A client requested I prepare this recipe for her event. We did it in jelly jars, which is just too adorable and who does’t want to open up their own little dessert in a jelly jar? You may think, as you are preparing the recipe, that the tart is thin but just be patient, it will thicken after baking.
You can google recipes but this one is the way it should be done. Toast the new year with this recipe from the Vintage Mixer
This recipe is from Yummly.com and is so cute not to make and gift. Happy baking!