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I don’t like to label myself, but did you know I’m “the weird girl”?

Did you know that when I take naps, I sleep with my head at the foot of the bed and my feet on my pillows?

Or that I get really grossed out when I find coffee grinds in the sink?

Or that I actually like doing the dishes?  (But only when there are no coffee grinds involved.  None.  At all.)

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Sigh.

Don’t tell any of the virile 20-something men you know about these things.  I need to keep all my options on the table.  Because, you know.  Who really wants a future wife who freaks out about coffee grinds?

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If you could also not mention the fact that I still have fifteen cans of pumpkin sitting on my shelves (to which I may or may not have assigned names, dates of birth, and favorite colors, thus making it all the harder to actually use them) and that I crave pecan pie in the middle of April.  And, you know.  That I would be perfectly happy to live in a world where the only two months were October and November.  That would be awesome, too.

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In my opinion, though, when you crave something as utterly specific as pecan pie, you have no choice but to do something about it.  Even if it’s April.  Even if, as of tomorrow, you are going to have to start studying for the medical boards for 12 hours every day (and yeah, I wish I was exaggerating too).  Even if you are going to be running 26.2 miles on broken calves in a week.  Even if you are going to start training for another marathon with Team In Training almost directly after that.  Even with all of these weird, random things going on in your life.  You just have to do it.

And with a recipe this rock-star good.  You really have no excuse.  There were lots of pecan pie bar recipes I could have chosen from, but what I liked about this one was that it used honey instead of corn syrup.  I really hate using corn syrup.  It makes me shake in really unattractive ways.  Thus counteracting any kind of appeal that may arisen now that I am “the girl who makes pecan pie bars”, weird notwithstanding.  So, yeah. If you want to tell your 20-something virile male friends that.  And leave out all the rest.  And then send them to NYC by red-eye because I’m still looking for men whose arms I can fall into at the end of that marathon next week.  That would awesome.

Pecan Pie Bars
Makes 1 9×13-inch pan, adapted from Gourmet

1 1/2 sticks unsalted butter
2 cups AP flour
1/2 cup light brown sugar
1/2 tsp salt
8 oz pecans (about 2 cups)
1 stick unsalted butter
1 cup packed light brown sugar
1/3 cup honey
2 tbsp half and half

1. Preheat oven to 350.  Cut butter into 1/2-inch pieces.  In a food processor, process the first four ingredients (butter through salt) until mixture begins to form small lumps.  Sprinkle into a 19x13x2-inch pan and with a metal spatula, press evenly onto bottom.  Bake shortbread in the middle of the oven until golden, about 20 minutes.  While shortbread is baking, prepare filling.

2. In a food processor, coarsely chop the pecans.  In a heavy saucepan, melt butter and stir in brown sugar, honey and cream.  Simmer, stirring occasionally, for 1 minute.

3. Stir in pecans.  Pour pecan mixture over hot shortbread and spread evenly.  Bake in the middle of the oven  until bubbling, about 20 minutes.

4. Cool completely in pan and cut into 24 bars.  Will keep, covered, for 5 days at room temperature.

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137 Responses to Pecan Pie Bars

  1. janet says:

    Oh yes, I am a hoarder, too! Canned food is great because it keeps… but it sucks if you have to move because they are heavy! Gah, such is life in Janet’s world. The quandry… pick up fresh spring produce or try to eat my way through my cupboards before I move…. I vote the former!! 🙂

  2. Kim says:

    They look like the most decadent and delicious treat on the planet! I think they’ll be good energy boosters for when you are studying. Good luck, by the way!

  3. These bars look amazing! I could eat several in one sitting with some strong coffee. yum

  4. OohLookBel says:

    I’m sure that given your superior cooking skills (and lots of pecan bars), any future husband would willingly overlook your hysterics at coffee grounds in the sink.

  5. My husband and my dad are going to go insane when I pull these out next weekend. Pecan pie/bars, candy, or just plain pecans they go crazy for. They are obsessed. My dad brought us last year 2 huge huge bags of fresh pecans. I was like thanks dad but I have no idea what to do with all of these! LOL! I just stashed half in the freezer and now I know what I am going to do with at least some of them. Make your pecan bars! When I do and when I post them I am definitely linking it back to you! Your awesome girl! These look so good!

  6. You and I can be weird together as I sit and eat my pumpkin oats for breakfast:-) Pecan pie bars in April are so much more special, anyway!

  7. Katerina says:

    I have a twenty something male friend who has his weird habits too! I am sure you would make a good company but you would have to come stay here I’m afraid. If you ever want a big change in your life and I mean a huge one then just let me know! The bars are absolutely decadent and yes honey is much better than corn syrup, I agree!

  8. Joanne says:

    Hm, I’m liking that October and November philosophy. That’s a great time of year, so comforting, and rich with color and food, too!

  9. Shannon says:

    I bought 9 29 ounce cans of pumpkin last week. It actually gave me a high that lasted a good few days. I smile every time I see them in the pantry.

    I have a bag of pecans in my pantry too… and everything else this recipe calls for. I want to leave work immediately and make these.

  10. Pecan bars – never tried but really want. And looking at those pictures is not enough to fix the craving! Sleeping with your foot elevated will result in blood flowing to your brains – maybe you have smarter dreams?

  11. Melissa says:

    I absolutely love Pecan Pie – in any shape..or size. =)
    Thanks! and good luck next week!
    ~Melissa

  12. Danielle says:

    This looks so good! I am totally with you if it was fall all year long I would be so happy!

  13. Amy says:

    Did someone say pie? You know I’m always up for pie. 365 days a year baby!

    Dude. Medical boards, marathon, cooking and blogging…all at the same time. You’re not only weird. I’ve decided you’re not human. You’re Superwoman in disguise, right? And if that’s true (and you enjoy doing the dishes), can you make MY mess disappear?

  14. I love that just because you have a hankering for something you hit the kitchen and “WHIP IT UP”…all this inbetween 17 mile runs and MED SCHOOL!!! Love it all! I freaking LOVE pecan pie and/or bars too so bring them on!

  15. Paula says:

    I absolutely love this! I make similar cake but with pudding filling and raisings on top 🙂

  16. Claudie says:

    I think that, once they see your pecan bars, they’ll forget everything about the coffee grinds :-)) I mean, what man would care about his wife not getting close to coffee grinds once he is stuffed with the pecan pie bars she has made? None! Those look just too good!

  17. First rule, do not air these issues in public until AFTER he’s already roped in by those pecan pie bars 🙂

    I have coffee grounds issues too – it is NASTY! Husband does it anyway.

  18. Victoria says:

    I wish I had cute 20-something guys to send your way! I totally crave random stuff all seasons of the year, and recently made a pear pie, which makes me think more of fall/winter than spring, but whatev. We march by the beat of our drummers/stomachs, and I love us for that.

    PS You WOULD love my grandma, she’s super cute. You should come to RI and meet her! She will feed you like it’s going out of style, haha 🙂 We’re Armenian, you know. That’s what we do…

  19. hmariek says:

    WOW! These look amazing!!! I’m so glad I bumped into your site!!

  20. I’m getting the same feeling that overcame me when I read your post on PB&J Bars–that I must make these, and quickly! They look so scrumptious. Especially knowing that they have a shortbread crust. Mmmmm.
    And . . . should you really be running if you’re injured?? Take care of yourself, my dear!

  21. We all got quirks! That could be my middle name. But with all that good cooking and baking, they won’t even notice! Those bars look fantastic.

  22. Lynn says:

    Your pecan bars look amazing, Joanne. I have been enamored with honey lately myself. A friend gave me a jar of locally produced stuff that is out of this world — a real citrus-y tang to it. So of course I had to buy a few more jars of it 🙂 Aside from the banana-lemon honey syrup I posted about a couple weeks ago, I have been loving it on toasted English muffins with peanut butter. Maybe not your everyday breakfast because of the calories, but surely if you’re going for a long run in the near future 😉 Best of luck on your marathon. You go, girl!

  23. Lora says:

    Not fair! You have awakened my hibernating Thanksgiving cravings way early. Those bars look scrumptious…now I want roast turkey for dinner!

  24. I have it on very good authority that ingesting pecans suspended in sugary sweetness is the key to acing medical boards. I mean, what other reason would create the ratio of 1 doctor to every 5 patients in Atlanta?? Now, just find a man who drinks instant coffee and you will be in good shape.

    Best,
    Bonnie

  25. MM says:

    I agree with Carol. I don’t think you have anything to worry about with the 20-something virile males. After all, you really put out. You know…put out all these fantastic dishes. The pecan pie bars will overshadow sleeping and coffee grind quirks.

  26. Julie says:

    Umm…drool! Unfortunatley I don’t think I know any pecan loving virile young men to send your way; I guess I’ve been living under a rock.

  27. Kristen says:

    I am thinking I need some of these soon. Good luck with that marathon!

  28. La Liz says:

    Love the pecan/shortbread combo! I don’t like corn syrup (too weird), so the honey works for me. Good luck next week — please post some pictures!

  29. tigerfish says:

    End of the week, time for sweet treats! 🙂

  30. Louanne says:

    Pecan pie, in any shape, is good all during the year. Recipe looks beyond delicious…

  31. Nicole, RD says:

    I flipping love pecan pie ANYTHING!

  32. It seems like pecan bar weather still….these look evil, you are a temptress!

    I hate doing dishes (and laundry!).

  33. brandi says:

    oh, you had to do this on a Friday afternoon, didn’t you? 🙂 These look SO good!

  34. Pierce says:

    Oh killer dessert! That particular avenue of pleasure has been closed thogh as Doug can no longer have nuts of any sort. And he was a big pecan pie lover….maybe I can sneak some of these bad boys when he’s outta town!

  35. These look lovely. I really like that they don’t use any corn syrup. Although I don’t know if Karo’s corn syrup bears any relationship to the infamous ‘high fructose’ stuff of a healthy foodie’s nightmares, I can’t bring myself to buy any of it. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  36. Corina says:

    These look so lovely and caramelly. I love pecans too.

  37. vanillasugar says:

    hello hello! at first i thought those were pretzels and thought “oh i love her” LOL. Regardless, these look amazing with or w/out pretzels.

  38. OK liking doing the dishes is really weird 😉
    These treats are delightful, I adore pecan anything 🙂

  39. sweetlife says:

    Pecan bars are welcomed ALL year round, you weird never..good luck on your future studying..

    sweetlife

  40. girlichef says:

    Awesome, beautiful, wonderful- now I’m craving pecan pie! Seriously, pecan is probably my favorite pie of all time, so I must make some of these pronto. I don’t think I know any virile 20-somethings anymore. Sigh.

  41. Pam says:

    Excuse me while I wipe the drool off of my keyboard.

    Are you going to move to Portland and be my neighbor yet? I am waiting.

  42. Sooo good! Those look great. Quirky is a good thing- it’s colorful!

  43. Mary says:

    Unbelievable! These sound so good.What a fabulous recipe. I hope you have a great weekend. Blessings…Mary

  44. You seem to share the same love for pecan pie as I do for cinnamon rolls.You should eat whatever you feel like, whenever you feel like.Yest I made sugar cookies, even though its April..what the heck.And nw I m craving pecan pie bars..though I had few 2 days back at a buffet.
    Hey you sleep with feet on pillow? I used to do that years ago & was advised by doc not to do so, there is some theory of blood rush to brain at times..so watch out.Have a nice weekend 🙂

  45. Maria says:

    Isn’t this recipe the BEST?! I’ve been making these since I was first married and have been enamored with them ever since … we’re going on 10 years now. I made the pecan pie bars first then used the shortbread in the lemon bar recipe and the fudgy brownie bar recipe. Can I tell you that they are all darn delicious?! Oh gosh, I just weighed myself yesterday and saw I lost 9 pounds in the last month … you are not helping me here by reminding me of these!

  46. I’m doomed. I just posted about how I love to bake and give it all away, so I’m not tempted. I can’t do that with this recipe. I love bar cookies for many reasons. Some could be I’m lazy, and these are easy to do. Damn. I have to bookmark this recipe. I’ve been absent, as of late. What happened to the kabosh on baking, eh? LOL!

  47. holy smokes these look good. Like I think I just figured out what I need to do with my Sunday afternoon. yum!

  48. You are the master. Hands down.

  49. Julie says:

    you’re officially invited to the golean thanskgiving 2011-2051. as long as you bring these pecan bars AND your rainbow cookies. or you can just come by yourself..

    ..with the rainbow cookies 😉 hahaha

  50. daphne says:

    oh how can i resist? I’m bookmarking this!

  51. SeattleDee says:

    Awesome photos… so appealing that I wanted to lick the screen. I’ll think of you while we enjoy these tomorrow.

  52. Reeni says:

    I was just looking at all my cans of pumpkin left from Christmastime and wondering what in the world I am going to do with them! I love that these use honey too and anytime is a good time for pecan pie in my world! They look delectable.

  53. This bars look so wonderfully ooey gooey in the best way possible. I don’t think you’re weird, you’re just intense and idealistic. There’s nothing wrong with that. And you shouldn’t leave coffee grounds in the kitchen sink, it stains the porcelain.

  54. Martha (MM) says:

    Did you forget I gave up sweets for lent – this one almost put me over the edge! Delicious!!

  55. Hmmm, your pecan pie bars look really really delicious! I doubt it’ll last for 5 days 🙂

  56. Maria says:

    Wow! They look perfect!

  57. theUngourmet says:

    Well, I do think the the October November thing is a little weird. I could go for June and July year round. 😉 Yum! I love pecan bars and I could eat them any time of year as well.

    Happy Weekend!

  58. Miriam says:

    I totally crave pecan pie on a weekly basis (I’m from Texas, it’s in my blood). This would be a nice solution: make a bunch then freeze the left over bars and take them out as needed to feed my addiction. Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

  59. I think *weird* is a good thing–especially if it leads to dessert bars like these. Yum! 😉

  60. bellini says:

    Well I do love Pecan Pie so I am there!!!!

  61. Barbara says:

    It’s amazing what true love will put up with….do you think the man-to-be in your life will be perfect??? Coffee grounds are nothing!

    On the other hand, this pecan pie is something. I am leaving your blog right now….much too tempting!

  62. Butter, butter, and more butter! Yes please! These look so wonderfully rich. A marvelous recipe!

  63. Hannah says:

    Oh, man, these bars look so crazy decadent… And considering the price, pecans in such great quantity are a definite splurge for me these days! Sigh, and this would be the perfect pairing for the candied, brandied yam ice cream I just made… Any chance you want to come over for dessert? 😉

  64. Pam says:

    My husband loves pecan pie! I bet I could probably get that new camera lens I want if I made these!

  65. Celia says:

    I’m sure these bars trump any weirdness! Also, in my experience NY guys are pretty weird themselves. And pretty into good baking…Let me know if you get sent any extra 20-somethings – I could use some, even if they’re hand-me-down. 😉

  66. Johanna GGG says:

    These look so good I think you could tell the boys you are really weird and they would still love you for your pecan pie bars – and if I send a boy your way do you think you could send some of these pecan bars in return 🙂

  67. Lisa D. says:

    This is fabulous. I use a recipe for Thanksgiving that everyone goes crazy over but it does use corn syrup, which I’d rather not do as well. Must try!

  68. Vivienne says:

    gee girl, good luck with the study and running…i hope there will soon be a post about you falling into the arms of a weird-girl-loving guy 😉 i kid!

    the pecan bar looks like autumn…hmmmm. love th euse of honey too instead of corn. ugh.

  69. Sanjeeta kk says:

    These bars look so simple to make and with so less ingredients to go in. I am loving it!

  70. Indie.Tea says:

    By your definition, I’d be pretty weird too…with everything organized by color or in alphabetical order, and odd rules about cleaning and keeping things clean.
    The pecan bars look delicious. And sound really, really good right now…

  71. What a power-packed nut bar!! It’s a great idea to use honey. I must try it out one day. Thanks for sharing!

  72. Pam says:

    Oh, these look great and I wish I had one now. Love pecans and have to try this!

  73. Deborah says:

    I believe there are things that shouldn’t have a season – like pumpkin, cranberries, and yes – pecan pie!!

  74. omg..I wish I could reach out and grab those out of the screen…looks so tempting!

  75. Lea Ann says:

    Guess I’m wierd too, I love doing dishes. Love the warm soapy water and how clean my hands feel after. These look decadent and delicious.

  76. teresa says:

    i was actually in nyc the other day, after three years in philly we finally made it out there. maybe next time we’ll have to meet up for lunch!

    these look sinfully amazing. i love the use of honey too, YUM!

  77. Nadji says:

    C’est tout simplement délicieux.
    J’adore.
    See soon

  78. I’ve been staring at these bars in my inbox for a couple days now. Drooling actually. I’ve been trying to tell myself to make them and give them away but in reality I want to eat them all. My favorite for sure! They sound awesome. I think I’ll have to save them for company.

  79. Candace says:

    ohmygoodness! Love these!

  80. Claudia says:

    Those look just absolutely awesome. Now, I’m running out to get more pecans. There wasn’t quite enough in my fridge.

  81. Sonia says:

    Hi Joanne, the pecan pies are wonderful, full of fibre and nutrition. its just too perfect for the kids…thanks for sharing !

  82. Angel7 says:

    Oh my goodness… Those pecan bars look amazing!!! I can only imagine how good they taste!

    http://faithfulsolutions.blogspot.com/

  83. Those pecan pie bars are so awesome that they should be let out to play all year long, not just in the fall. Same with pumpkin imho. 🙂

  84. Totally normal people think alike….. I think we were best friends in a previous life {normal you see?} Who the heck puts coffee grinds in the sink anyway? 😉

  85. Tammy says:

    How absolutely delicious, Joanne! These look so beautiful!

    xx,
    Tammy

  86. Angela says:

    Show then your pecan pie bars and they won’t give a flying flip about the coffee grounds.

  87. Yikes, I’m behind! These look amazing, and I bet the honey added a killer flavor! You should bring these on first dates so that all your virile 20-something men will be impressed with your cooking skills, and they’d whisk you right from the finish line to Paris to pop the question with a huge TIffany’s ring! Or… use them for a sugar high while studying for your boards. Either way- success is guaranteed!

  88. BigAppleNosh says:

    I LOVE pecan bars/pie, etc. These look scrumptious!

  89. Mmm! The filling to crust ratio is so much better here than in pie. Normally I’m not a huge crust person but pecan pie filling is just usually toooo sweet. I need that buttery salty crust to balance it out. These are a must try.

  90. Catherine says:

    Dear Joanne, The pecan bars sound delish! I love pecans. Actually, I love anything pecan. I also love the fall and well..rest and don’t study too hard. I wish you all the best. Blessings, Catherine xoxo

  91. Ada says:

    Um, you actually enjoy doing dishes? Major kudos to you!

    Those pecan bars look like they came straight out of Martha Stewart Magazine, absolutely gorgeous! I’m sure you will find some awesome guy soon to greet you at the end of your marathon, I mean what guy wouldn’t want a smart, funny, athletic, peacan-bar making girlfriend???

  92. Megan says:

    I would love to live in a world that is just August and September. 🙂 The pecan pie bars look great! I have made similar ones from Food & Wine. And actually they call for curry powder, which I left out because I’m not a fan, but you might find them interesting with that addition.

  93. Raina says:

    My husband’s favorite pie. He would go nuts for these bars. They look great and I love that they have honey too.

    I think any 20-something guy would gladly overlook the strange napping position and coffee ground thing…lol….because of all of your amazing qualities. A runner, soon-to-be-doctor, baker extraordinaire…I mean c’mon what’s not to love:) Too bad I only know old 40-somethings…lol

  94. crustabakes says:

    Good luck on the studying, good luck on the marathon! and Hi five on the pecan bars!

  95. Oh, Joanne, those look incredible. I’ve developed a love of pecan pie over the last year … so, I can practically taste these.

  96. Girlie! Hey if you make tasty looking pecan bars like that then you definitely don’t need to worry about the coffee thing….the bars totally make up for that 🙂 Oh….and don’t tell anyone but I share your quirky habit of napping at the wrong end of the bed! 🙂

  97. Big Dude says:

    These things look sinfully good. I like the ideal of tater tots for a quiche crust.

  98. Beth says:

    Those bars look just amazing! I don’t think I’ve ever seen a pecan pie recipe that uses honey rather than corn syrup. Nice twist!

  99. I think I just gained weight from looking at these pictures Joanne!

  100. Karen says:

    I’m really into a cute, virile 60-year-old, and don’t have much younger than that to send to you. Pecan bars look like they could be sitting in a bakery shop window!

  101. Mo 'Betta says:

    These look incredibly delicious, and I don’t even like pecan pie. (yeah, I think I’M the weird girl) Good luck with the marathon! {and the whole viral male thing ;)}

  102. Jessie says:

    Attn: 20-something virile male currently residing in the tri-state area – hot MD/PhD student who can bang anything up in the kitchen, looking for companion who can name every kind of winter squash out there.

    How’s that for an advertisement? 😉 I still can’t get over the act that you have actually cut up a person and you still shudder at the sight of coffee grounds in the sink. A unique girl, you are 🙂 Love the pecan bars, by the way. Gooey and delicious! Good luck with your studying marathons, Joanne! You’ll do fab!

  103. that’s funny, i like to nap on the couch vs. the bed and I like the TV to be on. My husband finds this weird.

  104. Lori says:

    You just need to find a coffee drinker who composts and add pumpkin lover to your search critera. If a man is turned off by tons of pumpkin who wants him anyway. 😉

    These are some of the most perfect looking pecan pie bars I’ve seen. Gorgeous! I have no doubt they taste as good as they look.

  105. Malli says:

    Incredible looking pecan bars….so tempting for the eyes:)

  106. Julie says:

    My husband loves pecan pie! I will be making these for him soon!! Another great recipe.

  107. Kim says:

    Pecan pie is a real favorite of mine and these bars are begging for me to make them! They look absolutely craveworthy and addictive.

  108. I always label myself as a “weird girl”. But, I probably just fancy myself being weird. My friends told me that I am just normal. How disappointing! LOLs~!

  109. Those pecan bars look awesome! You like doing dishes? If only you stay closer to me… 😉

  110. Joanne, you are so funny! Hey, if you make the caramel or the Dulce de Leche, you can drizzle it over the Pecan bars!!

  111. Pecan pie is one of my favorites and I just love the idea of pecan pie bars, awesome!

  112. Little Inbox says:

    There’s generous amount of Pecan nuts.

  113. ha You don’t sound weird at all. Bet most of us could top you with strange quirks. The use of honey is so nice, just like you said. Wonder if brown rice syrup would work too…

  114. Shannon says:

    love the honey instead of corn syrup too! fabulous. and your calves are still broken?? my dear, that is not good. can’t wait to see you again though! …I am going to see you, right? 😉

  115. Oooh, those look wickedly delicious! I so love pecan pie; these would be even better to GRAB and GO! YUM!

  116. That Girl says:

    How on earth do you break a calf? In the south pecan pie doesn’t have a season, so I think you’re just fine!

  117. I think pecans are the most delicious nut on the planet and these bars look amazing!

    I don’t think you can come and look in my sink anytime soon.

  118. Studying for boards is the worst thing EVER. I hope you kept a few of these in safe-keeping for when you need a good helping of stress relief! It’s been far too long since I’ve seen you. We must have a date when I move to NY!

  119. grace says:

    FAR superior to true pecan pie, this is. (i’m in yoda mode, apparently…) and come on–everybody’s a little bit weird. 🙂

  120. Katherine says:

    Hee, I have a phobia of coffee grinds, as well. I can’t clean out the moka pots– have to make The Boy do it. These bars should certainly snag a Boy for you… after that, he can deal with the grinds 😉

  121. Cara says:

    I’m pretty weird too. I *almost* showed the girls my pumpkin stash yesterday. It’s hidden in the basement. I didn’t want to scare them!

  122. Kevin says:

    Those pecan pie bars look so decadently good!

  123. I laughed when I heard about your excess pumpkin dilemma. I had the same problem up until last week then I threw them in my chocolate chip cookie recipe. I highly recommend it. They came out really light and flulffy with this gooey, sticky quality to them. 🙂 Post to come soon.

  124. haha – I coined a new term: “flulffy”

  125. Marisa says:

    Oh my, these bars are probably the best thing I’ve seen all year. WANT. Now.

  126. #1: My brother is on his way, arms open 😉

    #2: I once fed corn syrup to baby birds that had been abondoned in my yard and have never thought of it as people food since. I love your substitution of honey!

  127. Stephanie says:

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with making holiday dishes in the middle of the year. ESPECIALLY when it involved pecan pie.

  128. Sasha says:

    Hello! Just popping by to say that I made these today (half batch but otherwise word for word) and they are simply. gorgeous. I dont think they are going to last the evening! I did use a pastry cutter instead of a food processor so a little more hands on time, but still incredibly easy and will definitely be repeated often in our little kitchen im sure 🙂

    Thanks again!

  129. Beautiful bars! And bars are so much better than pies – just as delicious and way less work.

  130. hahaha.. that’s funny about the “freaking out with the coffee grinds in the sink” its hilarious! don’t worry i won’t tell anyone. 🙂

    By the way great pecan pie recipe. Thank you for this recipe

  131. joanne these are awesome for my christmas try and I cant wait to make them!

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