Pecan Pie is one of those recipes that, through the years, has been altered in many ways. It has now spawned such tempting recipes as Chocolate Pecan Pie with Kahlua, Choco-Honey Crunch Pecan Pie, Caramel Pecan Pumpkin Pie, and Bourbon-Raisin Pecan Pie.See Popular Pecan Pie Recipes
This pie gets a little punch of flavor from fresh ginger and toasted coconut.
We topped a classic pecan pie with slices of pear to make a pretty topper that tastes good too.
A Southern dessert classic, this chess pie is loaded with pecans. Serve it with Texas-size dollops of whipped cream.
Pumpkin pie might get the lion's share of attention around Thanksgiving, but in many households, it's pecan pie that reigns supreme. A perfect pecan pie is all about balance--just enough sweet, sticky filling to offset the buttery richness of the pecans. When you're making any pecan pie recipe, it's important to use fresh nuts--some supermarket varieties sit on shelves for months, so try a quick nibble before you add them to your bowl. (Those of you who live in the South and can get pecans right from the tree, thank your lucky stars!)
Pecan pie is a staple at the holiday dinner table. Why? Because it's deliciously decadent. And this recipe keeps it simple.
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Pecan pie is beloved nationwide, but it's especially revered in the South, where it seems that pecans fall from the trees like little gifts from the heavens. Native Americans had long known the pleasures of the nut they named "pacane" (translation: "nut to be cracked with a rock"), but it was French immigrants who turned the nuts into one of America's most loved pies after they settled in New Orleans and discovered the joys of having so many pecan trees in their yard. We say, merci beaucoup!
Bourbon and pecans add a Southern flair to this rich chocolate pie.
Learning how to make a classic pecan pie is a rite of passage for any home cook??it's one of those traditional desserts that suit almost any occasion, from holidays to weekdays, potlucks to bake sales.
The Lard-Crust Pastry for this dessert is incredibly flaky and easy to roll out, but a purchased pastry works if you need a shortcut.
Richly sweet, and perfectly crunchy, this delectable treat is a phenomenal alternative to the typical pecan pie. Top with a dollop of whipped cream or your favorite vanilla frozen custard for a wonderfully indulgent dessert.
This luscious bourbon-nut filling is crowned with pecan halves and baked in a golden nut crust to create an unforgettable dessert.
Mixed salted nuts and caramel provide a rich savory and sweet filling for this tart recipe. Holiday guests will be impressed with this sensational dessert.
Pecan pie has traditionally been a Christmas favorite. Serve this yummy recipe variation that adds chocolate and coffee liqueur for a dessert your guests won't soon forget.
With a purchased piecrust and a five-ingredient filling, this may be the easiest pecan pie recipe you'll ever make.