"Classic pecan pie with three different syrups and lots of nutty flavor makes a delicious dessert for any special meal." — Karo®
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unbaked 9 inch pie crust
Karo® Dark Corn Syrup
Karo® Light Corn Syrup
unsalted butter, melted
1 1/2 cups
pecans (halves or pieces)
*The ingredient list is missing three eggs. Thanks to a quick thinking friend who helped me figure this out, this pie turned out to be delicious and worthy of 5 stars! It took no time at all to assemble, and was so much easier than I thought pecan pie would be. I'm looking forward to making it again for friends. Thanks!
As others stated, three eggs are missing from the ingredient list. I had to bake this ten minutes longer than stated because it took longer for it to firm up. My husband loved this, but I felt the maple syrup taste (I used real maple syrup) overpowered the taste of the whole pie. I think I would've liked the more traditional pecan pie and should've opted for the classical pecan pie recipe over this recipe. I love maple syrup, but didn't love it in this.
Warning....before you make this recipe you will need to add 3 eggs, they're missing in the ingredients but directions are okay. My husband loves pecan pie and said this was his favorite. I used pecan pieces as it makes it easier to cut the pie. Make sure you use real maple syrup not the imitation maple pancake syrup.
My first pecan pie ever, so, the whole jiggle test just didn't seem logical and invariably I think I overcooked it. My dad loved it more for the extra crispy crust & toasted nuts and so did my brother. He did say it's missing more molassas, so maybe I'll sub in some of it next time and omit the maple syrup. But this is definately being made on Thanksgiving!
Made this for my husband because he LOVES Pecan Pie. I was glad to read the reviews first because I might not have even noticed the egg reference. My family really liked this and with some personal tweaks, I will make it for Christmas!
Does not firm up as much as it should due to the huge amount of syrups added. Three eggs are missing from the ingredients list and toasting pecans before putting them in the pie is essential to bring out the nuttiness of a pecan pie. If you have only had frozen pecan pies before then this probably tastes just the same but if you are from the South like me and/or have had the real thing then this pie is just plain disappointing.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Premium Pecan Pie
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 251
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