As we were driving home from our Mackay trip, Mum noted a bush lemon tree by the side of the road laden with lemons. I promptly did a u-turn on the road and went back to the tree to pick a fewlemons. There is nothing quite like bush lemons and for the rest of the day I could smell the lemon oil on my fingers, our car too was perfumed with the delicate scent of lemons. It was quite a treat. Later on that day I picked up 5 limes and 5 meyer lemons for $1 at a farm gate stall on the Gympie-Tin Can Bay Rd. We have had quite a few lemon treats since we returned and this is the first one to be posted 🙂
This recipe is one my Grandmother used to make(hence the title) and was made by my mother with the photographs by me of course.
250g Arnott’s Scotch Fingers, crushed
45g Copha, melted
45g margarine/butter, melted
250g cream cheese
400g sweetened condensed milk
1/3c fresh lemon juice
1tbsp gelatine dissolved in 1/4c hot water
Make a crumb crust with the scotch fingers, copha marg/butter. Press into the base of a 7″x11″ Lamington tin and refrigerate.
Beat 250g cream cheese till soft, beat in the remaining ingredients. Pour into the prepared crust and chill till set..
Serve with strawberries, passion fruit or just chomp down on a piece as it is.