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Thread: help finding a recipe (pecans)

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    my grandma would make a wonderful dessert for the holidays.

    she would bake it in a shallow pan, not real thick.

    made with pecans and maybe even walnuts a very thin crust and kind of like a cobbler she served with fresh cream whipped.

    it was so good, she passed away and no one has a recipe.

    sad....

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    I sure hope someone finds the recipe for you

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    this made me think of a pie a friend used to make with chopped nuts and ritz crackers - very dense and very good.

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    thanks

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    Crust
    1 cup of plain flour
    1-11/2 cup chopped fine pecans
    1 stick of marg
    1/4 cup of powder sugar

    mix the marg with the flour until crumbly, add pecans and sugar, press into a 9x13+ pan and bake @350 until golden brown..let cool
    Now this is what I add..it can vary according to what you want.my family likes bananas

    2nd layer
    i pk of cream cheese
    1 cup of powdered sugar 1/2 cup cool whip
    mix and spread on crust

    3rd layer
    4-5 bananas sliced thin

    4th layer
    1lg box instant vanilla pudding
    1lg box or 2 small of banana cream instant pudding
    5 cups of milk
    mix with mixer until it starts to thicken
    pour onto the bananas

    finally top with the remaining cool whip..I use a large container for the whole recipe

    Hope this is what you needed

    My MIL made it with strawberries and just add strawberry jello instead of pudding
    Some use chocolate pudding with chocolate chips
    You can make it anyway you want

    Kat

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    Yummy

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    sounds very good. thanks

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    thanks for this recipe, sounds yummy

    Quote Originally Posted by NanaKathy55
    Crust
    1 cup of plain flour
    1-11/2 cup chopped fine pecans
    1 stick of marg
    1/4 cup of powder sugar

    mix the marg with the flour until crumbly, add pecans and sugar, press into a 9x13+ pan and bake @350 until golden brown..let cool
    Now this is what I add..it can vary according to what you want.my family likes bananas

    2nd layer
    i pk of cream cheese
    1 cup of powdered sugar 1/2 cup cool whip
    mix and spread on crust

    3rd layer
    4-5 bananas sliced thin

    4th layer
    1lg box instant vanilla pudding
    1lg box or 2 small of banana cream instant pudding
    5 cups of milk
    mix with mixer until it starts to thicken
    pour onto the bananas

    finally top with the remaining cool whip..I use a large container for the whole recipe

    Hope this is what you needed

    My MIL made it with strawberries and just add strawberry jello instead of pudding
    Some use chocolate pudding with chocolate chips
    You can make it anyway you want

    Kat

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