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Thread: Pecan Pie Muffins

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    1 cup brown sugar
    1/2 cup flour
    1 cup chopped pecans
    2/3 cup melted butter ( no substitutes)
    2 eggs, beaten

    In a bowl, combine brown sugar, flour, and pecans: set aside. Combine butter and eggs; mix well. Stir into flour mixture until moistened. fill greased and floured muffin tins 2/3 full. Bake at 350 degrees until done. Remove immediately and cool Makes 2 1/2 dozen. terrific!!

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    Are you sure the measurements are correct? How can 1/2 cup of flour make that many muffins?

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    thanks for recipe will be trying themsoon as i buy butter

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoppyfrog
    Are you sure the measurements are correct? How can 1/2 cup of flour make that many muffins?
    I think the clue is "pie"... I bet they are not muffins, rather mini pecan pies aka tarts made in muffin tins ... and that the flour comes out to the side like a crust.

    Just a guess!

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    These sound great. I think they would be wonderful done in mini muffin pans!!! Just bake them for less time!
    Thanks for sharing a great recipe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoppyfrog
    Are you sure the measurements are correct? How can 1/2 cup of flour make that many muffins?
    Being from the south, I can tell you that this is a oooooey, goooey PIE, not a soft fluffy cloudy muffin. Pecan pies have NO flour in them. This only does for to create it's own little crust...So nice to not have to cook the mixture with the Karo syrup and temper in the eggs. Much easier! Going to give it a try. I make pies all the time, it's pecan season here!~but this looks so much easier and you have your individual servings~great idea~thanks for sharing

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    How much time is "til done". How do I test "done"?

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    I am guessing these are made in mini muffin pans since the recipe makes 2 1/2 doz.
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    I am guessing these are made in mini muffin pans since the recipe makes 2 1/2 doz. How long dod you bake them
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    These look yummy. Mini pecan pies, I can do that.

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    Sounds so GOOD!!

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    Ooooooh, sounds wonderful!

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    Ok I want to try this. How long do I have to bake them?

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    HOW LONG TO BAKE??????

    J J

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    Is that all purpose or self rising flour? A lot of recipes don't say, so I get confused about which to use.

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    sounds really good can't have pecan pie anymore but will try these with spenlda brown sugar. hope it works

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    Yummy

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    sounds yummmmmmy! will for sure try these!

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    Quote Originally Posted by #1piecemaker
    1 cup brown sugar
    1/2 cup flour
    1 cup chopped pecans
    2/3 cup melted butter ( no substitutes)
    2 eggs, beaten

    In a bowl, combine brown sugar, flour, and pecans: set aside. Combine butter and eggs; mix well. Stir into flour mixture until moistened. fill greased and floured muffin tins 2/3 full. Bake at 350 degrees until done. Remove immediately and cool Makes 2 1/2 dozen. terrific!!
    Sounds good. Going to try them this weekend. How long to bake? Don't want to burn them.

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    I wonder if I have to use the mini pan or if I can use a regular pan?? Just take longer to bake?? anyone know the answer

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    we all want to know

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    i love anything with pecans

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    I PM #1piecemaker and this is what she wrote

    I use regular size muffin tins. But, you can use the mini ones or the larger ones. Just bake until a toothpick comes out clean or use the spring test. that is what I do. These are really good! And so simple to make.

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    I PM #1piecemaker and this is what she wrote

    I use regular size muffin tins. But, you can use the mini ones or the larger ones. Just bake until a toothpick comes out clean or use the spring test. that is what I do. These are really good! And so simple to make.

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    This recipe is G R E A T! I used plain flour since the recipe did not say selfrising. They did rise some and are delicious and so easy to make. (more like muffins than pie)
    (easy enough to make for friends)

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