Your Thanksgiving celebration won't be complete without one of these delicious pecan desserts.
Surprisingly easy to make, this pecan and caramel dessert recipe pairs the cookie-like crispness of shortbread with a buttery-rich
brown sugar-and-honey topping.
This pecan pie is to die for! Forget your tried-and-true pecan pie recipe and replace it immediately with this one. You'll
never look back.
In Louisiana it’s “prah·leen.” In Georgia it’s “pray·leen.” But no matter how you pronounce it, these cookies are reminiscent
of the beloved pecan candy tradition from New Orleans, on the Mississippi River, where sugarcane and nuts were cultivated
Pecan Cheesecake Pie starts with a creamy bottom layer of batter that rises to the top of the crust during baking.
Pralines are best made when the weather is dry--humidity tends to make them grainy. Be sure to use a heavy saucepan, and work
quickly when spooning the pecan mixture onto the wax paper.
One bite of rich and gooey Caramel-Pecan Pie, and you’ll be thankful you tried this recipe.
The tender-crisp texture of this rich toffee will quickly make it your holiday guilty pleasure.
These nutty cookies are much like traditional wedding cookies. Let your kids help roll the dough into logs and bend them into
Roasted Pecan Fudge is a delectable holiday treat. This recipe received our Test Kitchens highest rating.
Baked in mini muffin pans and filled with cream cheese, Pecan Tassies are a perfect bite-size addition to any occasion.
Scrumptious Sweet Potato-Pecan Cupcakes With Cream Cheese Frosting make a delightful sweet ending.
Tart Granny Smith apples, sautéed in brown sugar and butter, get topped with the tender, sweet crunch of a pecan-pie muffin
batter. Bake this fall favorite in individual ramekins or a single casserole dish.
These indulgent bars are filled with toasted chopped pecans and semisweet chocolate morsels, and topped with a warm Caramel
Frosting. What more can you ask out of a brownie?
This indulgent coffeehouse treat is always a hit and fun for the whole family to make. To quickly soften the ice cream, let
stand at room temperature for 10 minutes; remove from the carton, and place in the bowl of a heavy-duty electric stand mixer.
Beat at low speed, using the paddle attachment, 5 to 10 seconds or until just smooth enough to spread into the crust.
Make two batches of Velvety Pecan Candy, one each of chocolate and vanilla. Then prepare to see them disappear.
Package Crunchy Pecan Pie Bites in pretty airtight containers to add holiday jazz to your kitchen countertops. They can also
be frozen in large zip-top plastic freezer bags for up to 1 month; just bring to room temperature before serving.
Traditional turtle candy calls for chocolate, caramels, and pecan halves to be molded into the shape of a turtle. For these
cookies, traditional turtle candy flavors are teamed with creamy peanut butter for a Southern touch.
Yummy ingredients from the popular drink make a splash in these decadent bars.
A lavish amount of melted chocolate and sour cream gives these moist cake layers a tender, velvet-textured crumb. The recipe
is a favorite with our Foods staff – one we use often for celebrations throughout the year. You'll find lots of imaginative
ways to bake and frost the cake layers listed with the recipe for the batter.
Use salted butter and bring the filling to a rolling boil before pouring it over the crust.
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The hardest part about making Salty Chocolate-Pecan Candy is waiting for the chocolate to firm up before devouring it.
To get the marbled effect, alternate white and dark chocolate squares on a baking pan. Bake as directed, remove from oven, and immediately swirl the warm chocolate with a wooden pick.
Caramels, chocolate morsels, and pecans combine for a fast-disappearing treat.
These cookies have a bit of crunch from the finely chopped pecans, sweetness from the almond extract, and richness from the
butter. Strawberry and peach jams make beautiful jewel-colored fillings, but you can use other Southern favorite jams, such
as blackberry, muscadine, or apple. They’re the perfect cookies to make with the kids―let them make the thumbprints and choose