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One-Bite Pecan Pies

One-Bite Pecan Pies recipe
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These teeny pecan pies taste like the real thing, and you won't believe how easy they are to make.
20 min
1 hr 50 min
2 doz. or 24 servings, one tart each
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I had mixed reviews with this recipe. It personally was not one of my favorites, however my husband loved it. I would definitely make it again. It taste like pecan pie.
I made this for a cookie exchange at work. They turned out so well I plan on making them a part of family celebrations as well.
The crust tended to stick, so I used a little cooking spray. No more problems!! I took these to a orchestra fund raising event; they disappeared.
I added 3-4 chocolate chips into the cups before I put the pecan mixture in - my co-workers LOVED them!
The dough was difficult to work with and didn't taste all that well in contrast with the filling. The worst part was that it stuck to the pan horribly--tearing when taking them out (and ruining a bunch in the process) and the crusty top of the filling fell off of several. I would use a different recipe for these in the future.
I made these last night and brought them into work. I had everyone saying how delicious they were and asking for the recipe. The only problem I had was working the dough up the sides of the mini muffin pan, but then again I don't work with dough much. I would use the crust recipe again for mini quiche. Super recipe!
I have a recipe where it uses 3/4 Tablespoon pecans and 1/3 cup cranberries. I made this particular recipe for the first time this year and the cranberries adds an even more awesome flavor!
I use a melon baller to divide the dough. It is so easy. These were wonderful. Just enough.
These are time consuming, but worth it. Make sure the dough is COLD. I dip a shot glass in flour and press it into the ball of dough to make an indentation for the filling. It still takes time, but is easier than using fingers. I also make sure I use PLENTY of pecans.
I have been making these for years always a hit. I make them al little different. I sprinkle 1/3 of the nuts on bottom then pour in filling not quite to the top then sprinkle with 1/3 of nuts on top. They really look like pecan pies. We call them Tessies. Love them!
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