I don’t think we’ve done a video game project yet!? Paopu? Paopu fruit? I don’t even know if I’m saying that right? Paopu fruit? But if you share this with someone, your destinies will forever be intertwined! Paopu fruit! Paleo lemon bars! Paopu fruit! Paopu! Hey guys! Ray Pajar from Get Crafty Crafty!! and today I’m going to show you guys how to make Paopu fruit shaped lemon bars! This is going to be a different recipe compared to the traditional recipe, just because these lemon bars are going to be Paleo! What that means is theres going to be no processed white sugar. We’re only going to use sugar that comes from honey and theres also going to be no processed white flower. We’re going to be using almond flour! So this is a healthier alternative to something that would traditionally require three or four cups of sugar. So yeah!! Lets go ahead and get started with todays project! The items that you’ll need for todays project include: 2 to 3 lemons, honey, tapioca flour, this was a little hard to find, but I found it in the Filipino market, 5 eggs, coconut oil, mint leaves, almond flour or almond meal, I got this from Trader Joes, parchment paper, a whisk, start shaped cookie cutters, an 8×8 glass baking dish, and 2 mixing bowls. First we’re going to create out crust. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Next, line your baking tray with parchment paper. This will help you remove your lemon bars later on. To create your crust In your small mixing bowl combine your tapioca flour, your almond meal, and the zest of one lemon into your small mixing bowl. I’ll have the measurements of each item in the description below. Once your dry ingredients have mixed together combine your coconut oil, and your honey into your bowl. If your honey is solid microwave it for a few seconds until it’s liquidly. Go ahead and mix this all together. After you’ve mixed your crust it should be a little crumbly. Take your crust and then place it into your baking tray. Using your hands evenly spread it out on your baking tray. In your 350 degree oven bake your crust for about 15 minutes or until the top is golden brown. While we’re waiting for our crust to bake we’re going to take 5 eggs and prep it for our filling. Like Brandi from POP Sugar Food I usually like to separate my eggs into a smaller bowl first just so I could ensure no eggs shells are in my mix. Whisk together your eggs your lemon juice, tapioca flour*, honey, and as an optional step some more lemon zest if you want to make it really lemony. Whisk this all together. After you’ve baked your crust for about 15 minutes it should be a nice golden brown. Be careful when you’re handling your baking wear just because it could still be really hot from the baking! Next we’re going to gently pour our filling right on top of the warm crust. Do this very carefully and make sure you get it all on top of your crust. You want to make sure there are no bubbles on top of your lemon bars. Use your spatula to gently pop any bubbles and then bake this for 25 to 30 minutes in your 350 degree oven. After you’ve baked your lemon bars for about 25 to 30 minutes the center is going to be a little giggly and thats exactly what you want. You want to let this rest for about 4 to 5 hours. If you have the time let it rest over night like I did and once it’s done resting it will be ready to pop out of your baking tray. To shape your lemon bars into Paopu fruit bars you’re going to take your star cookie cutter and you’re just going to go ahead and press it into your lemon bar. You want to make sure you get it all the through to the crust. Remember this is an optional step. You could either turn them into little fruit bars or you could just cut them up into little squares. Use the excess and eat it as a little snack. After you’ve cut out your star shapes You can garnish it with a little bit of mint. You could either use a toothpick or or something just to make a little hole on the side. To insert your mint. It make it actually look like it’s coming out of the lemon bar. Or you could just take some mint and just place it right on top. After you guys have finished shaping and garnishing your Paopu fruit lemon bars, You can either do what I’m doing and eat it right away or you guys can share it with someone else. If you share this fruit with someone else your destinies will forever be intertwined. I’m a little too hungry and a little too excited to share this so I’m just going to go ahead and eat this now! If you guys make this project, Make sure you share it with me either on my Facebook, Instagram or Twitter (@RayPajar) using the #GetCraftyCrafty hashtag. And check out our last two videos: The Power Rangers Cake Pop video and the Avatar felt notebooks! If you haven’t yet make sure you guys enter that contest because I’m going to be giving away these two notebooks in that video in about a week or so. Hopefully you guys had fun making this project. And yeah!! See you guys next time and take care!