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Thread: Pecan Pie Cookies

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    Cool Pecan Pie Cookies

    I just love pecan pie so.... When I ran across this recipe I just had to share with you all.

    http://www.landolakes.com/recipe/105...-cookies/print
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    Those cookies sound good.

    Here is my favorite chocolate pecan pie bar recipe.
    http://www.verybestbaking.com/recipe...rs/detail.aspx
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    WOW - these are making me hungry! Looks Yummy.
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    ​Ohhhh, those look good and simple to do. I will definitely be making those for my Christmas baking.

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    Yum, it's like a tassie only not!

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    My friends make the Pecan cookie "cups" where you need the special tin. Both of them know they NEED to make extra for me when they make them cause I DON'T BAKE!!

    I will however pass the recipe along to them so they can make me some
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    Oh yea, those are a must for Christmas baking.
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    Yeah, having a pecan tree makes it worth while to use many pecan recipes. Thanks for this recipe.

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    Sounds terrific. Thanks!
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    Sound great!! Going to try them. Thanks for sharing.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedGarnet222 View Post
    I just love pecan pie so.... When I ran across this recipe I just had to share with you all.

    http://www.landolakes.com/recipe/105...-cookies/print
    Hey, thanks very much. I went grocery shopping on Friday and bought a pound of Land O'Lakes buddah!!!!!! It is from Minnesota, you know. But I honestly think that any butter will do just fine!!!!!!! And I love Pecan Pie. I think these will make for nice Christmas cookies - you know, the gooey kind!!!!!! Edie
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    Thank you for this recipe for the cookies! I bake all the Christmas goodies for our Christmas Eve
    gathering with my family each year. I always look for something different but not too labor intensive and
    this sounds great.
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    You know I just HAD to check out both recipes. Thanks! I think.

    piney

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    Did you actually make these? They sure sound delicious. I love pecan pie as well. Just bought a huge bag of walnuts at Costco. I'm sure it would be equally as good. Thanks for sharing.

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    Can't wait to try these! Thanks for sharing.
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