Today, I want to share some thoughts on finding great recipes online from several good sources with instructions and even a grocery list of ingredients. Once I review the ingredients, I may substitute an item but normally I make the recipe as closely as the suggested recipe. Now the second time I make it, I will make the recipe my own as seasonings and/or spices are very important. This recipe I made it exactly the way the recipe called for and it was a hit. After I share the recipe and process, I will give you my thoughts on how I would adapt it slightly. On Social Media platforms, there are many sources and I am not advertising for any specific one. Recipes I want to try, I save on Pinterest but if I am going to try one in the next few days, I will post and save to my FB page. I am a super fan of Brenda Gantt’s southern cooking and baking but I always write down her recipes as she uses videos (not complaining as I love her personality as well as her cooking.
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Pecan Cream Pie
Pecan Cream Pie
Makes 1 pie 15m prep time 2h cook time
1 9-inch pie crust, unbaked
1 cup heavy whipping cream
1/3 cup powdered sugar
2 (8 oz) packages cream cheese, softened
1/2 cup light brown sugar
1/4 cup pure maple syrup
1 1/2 cups pecans, nely chopped 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1 Blind bake crust according to package directions. Let cool completely while you make the lling.
- 2 In a small bowl, beat the whipping cream and powdered sugar with an electric mixer until sti peaks form.
- 3 In a separate large bowl, beat the cream cheese, brown sugar, salt, and maple syrup until smooth and creamy.
- 4 Fold the whipped cream into the cream cheese mixture until combined. Gently stir in 1 cup of the pecans.
- 5 Spread mixture into cooled pie crust and top with remaining pecans. Chill until rm, at least 2 hours and up to overnight.
- 6 Enjoy!
Recipe adapted from Together as a Family. [https://togetherasfamily.com/pecan-cream-pie/]
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As a baker/cook, I love to share recipes and give my thoughts on the ones I have personally cooked and/or baked. On this delicious recipe, here are my thoughts:
- I found this recipe to be quite easy to follow and the ingredients were pantry items with only a few that might have to be purchased.
- I chose to chop my pecans less fine than the photos showed and loved the crunch among the smoothness of the rich pie.
- Small slices are a good idea as this pie is a rich, rich pie so a little goes a long way.
- I think this pie can be stored easily but I froze some sections for sharing to my family. It slices easily too.
- The next time I may play with the sweet ingredients to cut the sweetness a little. However, if you like the decadent dessert, this is it.
- I would brown my crust slightly more like their photo shows, but my crust was baked but it didn’t brown enough at the end of the suggested time.
- I would give this pie an exceptional rating for taste and ease of making.
Note from me, Arline Miller: I loved making this pie but I don’t recommend this to people who are diabetic (which is obvious) but even people who are watching calories/sugars/carbs unless this is your cheat day and you want to taste a slice of heaven.
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