Here's another of those two ingredient cake/bars made with a packaged angel food cake mix. I've had good success with this simple idea before, but found it difficult to find the lemon pie filling called for in the recipe. I looked in a couple stores, then took to Google and discovered Comstock makes it and then got the address of the nearest store that carried it. I rarely use a canned pie filling, certainly not lemon...as lemon is tricky and could so easily have that "fake" flavor. While I didn't taste it before I mixed it in, the flavor of the final bar was excellent. Lemon curd might occur to you, if you had 22 ounces of it, but it's way too thick (which really won't work in this recipe). Besides, you'll find it easier AND cheaper to use the canned lemon pie filling. Not that I'm pushing Comstock, but it was the only brand I found.
So....no fat, and surprisingly good. Need a quick dessert? Your family will love it. Couldn't get any simpler.
Two Ingredient Lemon Bars
From Jo Cooks
1 box of Angel Food Cake mix
1 22 oz can of lemon pie filling
Preheat oven to 350 F degrees. Line a deep 9x13 inch baking pan with parchment paper. Bottom AND sides.
In a large bowl, empty the contents of the box of angel food cake and add the lemon pie filling. Whisk it (I just used a large spoon, it was simpler) until it's well incorporated, you'll notice it start to foam a bit.
Pour the batter in the baking pan and bake for 30 to 40 minutes.