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One-Bite Pecan Pies

One-Bite Pecan Pies recipe
photo by:kraft
These teeny pecan pies taste like the real thing, and you won't believe how easy they are to make.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 50 min
servings
total:
2 doz. or 24 servings, one tart each
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posted:
12/1/2005
everyone has delighted.my mother in law wants me to make this again.thank you!
posted:
12/1/2005
Using the small muffin pans it is very easy to make and comes out great....I sprinkled with powdered sugar....everyone was delighted....
posted:
11/30/2005
Have made these pecan bites for years. However, they are so much better if you coarsely chop the pecans and fill each shell with pecans and then use a teaspoon to put the filling in the shell. Fill the shell to the top. You will have too much filling now so make one and one half times the dough. They keep well and freeze well also. Wonderful for and dessert buffet, bridal showers, weddings and picnics. We make them year round.
posted:
11/30/2005
The dough was difficult to work with and very hard to press into the cups evenly. I found that it had to be thin on the bottom and sides for the pies to taste great. The end result got rave reviews though.
posted:
11/30/2005
I made two batches of these and they have all disappeared. Easy to do, just a bit time consuming but well worth it. I used the chopped pecans straight from the bag instead of chopping them finely.
posted:
11/30/2005
Very easy and delicious ! Turned out exactly as the picture attached to this recipe.
posted:
11/30/2005
I made this for Thanksgiving and everyone loved it! I divided the dough in half and made a batch with small paper linings. I don't recommend this. It stuck. I made the second batch without the lining. this was much better. On the batch with the linings I used a tube of frosting I got at the store to put a dab of chocolate on top. That worked OK. On the second batch, I melted the chocolate and used a small plastic baggie to drizzle chocolate on the top. That takes practice and a much smaller hole in the baggie (next batch will be better).
posted:
11/30/2005
A very tasty recipe and very easy to follow. I made these for Thanksgiving for my pecan-pie-loving husband. In his words, "It was just the right size!"
posted:
11/29/2005
This sounds like a recipe an old friend made. They were delicious. Re: making the shell... Pampered chef now has a tool that you use just for these pastries. I ordered one and can't wait to get it. It was not expensive, and saves the thumbs!!! We will have "One Bite Pecan Pies " for our Christmas Buffet.
posted:
11/29/2005
I made 3 trays of these for the 1st time this Thanksgiving & my family loved them. They were gone in no time & I can't believe how easy it was. Although, I would probably do the little crusts before hand just to save time. EXCELLENT RECIPE! Thanks Kraft
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