National Pecan Month
Nantucket Gate Blog is featuring a few easy recipes for National Pecan Month; we hope that you get the chance to make one of these treats before the month is through. Head to your local bakery for a pecan pie if baking in your Tacoma, WA apartment isn’t quite for you.
This brown sugar pecan pie cheesecake is one of our favorite desserts of all time. Graham crackers, brown sugar, pecans, and melted butter make the perfect pecan crust. The creamy filling, made with cream cheese, sour cream, brown sugar, vanilla, and eggs, is heavenly.
This chocolate caramel turtle cake roll is an amazing National Pecan Month dessert. This recipe, made with cake mix, is easy to throw together and doesn’t take too long to make. The pecan frosting is made with heavy whipping cream, chocolate chips, corn syrup, vanilla, and chopped toasted pecans.
These caramel pecan sticky buns combine delicious dough, cinnamon filling, and a sugary pecan topping for a treat you’ll love. Our favorite part of this recipe is the pecan topping. Throw together the pecan topping using brown sugar, corn syrup, butter, and chopped pecans.
This chocolate pecan pie is a step up from the traditional pecan pie. Throw together your own pie crust or head to the store for a pre-made pie crust. Pecan halves, semisweet chocolate chips, eggs, sugar, brown sugar, corn syrup, bourbon, vanilla extract, cinnamon, and salt combine for a filling that is just the right amount of sweet. We know that you’ll love sharing a chocolate pecan pie with friends for National Pecan Month this year.
These apple pecan fritter bites are the perfect breakfast for National Pecan Day on April 14th. Make this treat with flour, baking powder, salt, sugar, cinnamon, warm water, almond milk, apples, pecans, and vegetable oil. Top it all off with a delicious, sugary glaze made with powdered sugar, vanilla, and almond milk.
What’s your favorite pecan recipe? Let us know in the comments. Thanks for reading our post!