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Holiday Bake-Off: Pecan Pie Bars Plus Awesome Bakeware Giveaway

November 08, 2010

I’m so excited to share one of my newest all-time favorite holiday recipes: Pecan Pie Bars. They are beyond amazing and are perfect for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Honestly, they are better than pecan pie, and they are so easy to prepare with no-mixer needed. Perfect for holiday parties, holiday gifts or family dinners, these Pecan Pie Bars last several days so they can be made ahead of time. The secret ingredient in this recipe is  “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter“. Start the holiday season on the right track by choosing better for you foods that are delicious! Using “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter” can make a difference as you add fresh, buttery flavor to the foods you love, while reducing saturated fat and cholesterol compared to butter.

This recipe is a part of the “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter” Holiday Bake-Off later this week where I will receive an all expense paid trip to New York City for a Test Kitchen Tour at Unilever. I will be competing against some of the most talented baking bloggers I know.  Also, I am announcing an awesome giveaway of some of my favorite baking products below. You can use some of these to make this recipe and enjoy year round. One lucky winner will receive all 3 of these products (see below) plus a coupon for a free “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter product”. To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment below. Entries close this Friday morning, November 12th. Part of the judging includes how many comments I receive so please enter the giveaway by leaving a comment below. This giveaway is to U.S residents only. Good luck and wish me luck too!

  • Dualt 5 Speed Chrome Hand Mixer

  • Le Crueset Enameled Stoneware Batter Bowl

  • Nonstick Baking Pan

Pecan Pie Bars

Prep: 20 minutes
Cook: 25 minutes
Yield: 16 servings
2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter softened
2/3 cup I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter
1/4 cup honey
1/4 cup light corn syrup
1/2 cup light brown sugar
1/4 cup heavy cream
3 cups chopped pecans
1 cup mini semisweet chocolate chips (optional)
1. Preheat oven to 350F.

2. For the crust, combine flour and granulated sugar in a large mixing bowl. Cut in 1/2 cup softened butter with a pastry blender until crumbly. Press dough evenly into a lightly greased 13- x 9-inch metal baking pan.

3. For the topping, combine 2/3 cup butter, honey, corn syrup and brown sugar in a heavy-bottomed saucepan. Cook over low heat until the butter is melted, stirring, whisking well. Stir in cream and bring to a boil 2 minutes. Add pecans, stirring well. Pour pecan mixture evenly over the crust. Top with chocolate chips, if desired. Bake 25 to 30 minutes or until the filling is set. Remove from the oven and cool before cutting. To slice into diamonds, refrigerate for 15 minutes. Slice into squares and then in half diagonally. Store covered at room temperature for up to 4 days.


168 Responses to “Holiday Bake-Off: Pecan Pie Bars Plus Awesome Bakeware Giveaway”
November, 09 2010at 09:32 pm
These look so good!! Can't wait to try one in NYC and meet you too, of course :-) ~Liz
Rachel says:
November, 11 2010at 08:43 am
I've been making bars for everything but hadn't thought of a pecan bar. Will have to try these sometime!
Fran says:
November, 09 2010at 09:36 pm
These look great and perfect to bring to a holiday party!
Janice says:
November, 09 2010at 09:36 pm
Next to pecan pie, my favorite dessert is pecan pie bars. I love them any time of year, but I save them for Christmas time. I work with Better Recipes and am always trying new recipes. I will try these. I'm focusing on Christmas dessert recipes right now. For more wonderful recipes, try these Christmas Dessert Recipes
Ashley Swanson says:
November, 08 2010at 10:02 pm
I cannot wait to try this recipe. I had these as a child over the holidays and have not found a recipe that replicates that special memory. These look great! Thanks for the recipe.
Dana says:
November, 08 2010at 10:06 pm
I am not a great cook but you have convinced me to try this recipe! They look too good to pass up and are they really low in saturated fat?! I will try and will post what i think. Thanks for sharing!
Renee says:
November, 08 2010at 11:03 pm
I have used "I Can't Believe It's Not Butter" for a long time and love the idea of being able to incorporate it into an EASY, wonderful holiday dessert. Easy preparation and DELICIOUS results sound like this should be at the top of my holiday baking list this year! Thanks Alison for always coming up with something new for me.
Laura E. says:
November, 08 2010at 11:07 pm
Good luck! :)
Stephanie says:
November, 08 2010at 11:11 pm
Best of luck to you!!
Kate Nicholson says:
November, 08 2010at 11:29 pm
Oh my gosh, this recipe is going to be made in my kitchen tomorrow! I love pecan bars and have made many versions. Now I'll make them with I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. I'm sure I'm going to be in "pecan bar heaven" by tomorrow afternoon.
November, 08 2010at 11:35 pm
These look so delicious- I think I am going to try them for thanksgiving because pecan pie is my dads favorite!
Carrie says:
November, 08 2010at 11:48 pm
I have always wanted to make Pecan bars- yours look quite good- not too sticky and messy as I would imagine them to be.
Wehaf says:
November, 09 2010at 12:39 am
Those sound delicious! I love pecan with maple flavor, so I'd probably substitute maple syrup for the light corn syrup.
nikki says:
November, 09 2010at 01:09 am
I'm hoping my drool hasn't ruined my keyboard... this recipe looks amazing and I'm not even much of a pecan fan!!!
Nicole says:
November, 09 2010at 03:31 am
thanks for sharing I want to try making these!!
Mimi Fowlkes says:
November, 09 2010at 07:45 am
Have you tried pecan pie trifle, PP pudding, PP muffins,a PP martini or PP spinach (just kiddin about last one)?? Look forward to trying this bar recipe..seriously, how can you go wrong with brown sugar, pecans and ICBINB!!!
Kathy says:
November, 09 2010at 09:17 am
These were so delicious and easy to make. I'm sure they will become a Thanksgiving and Christmas tradition that my family will love.
karen says:
November, 09 2010at 12:38 pm
These look divine! Have fun in NYC!
Anne H. says:
November, 09 2010at 12:41 pm
These look delicious!
Haven says:
November, 09 2010at 12:52 pm
November, 09 2010at 01:01 pm
These look delicious!!!
Ashley Elaine says:
November, 09 2010at 01:11 pm
I love pecan pie, thanks for the recipe.
Wendy says:
November, 09 2010at 02:08 pm
These bars look yummy! Can't wait to try them!
The Missy says:
November, 09 2010at 02:26 pm
You are going to have a great time at your contest. With a recipe such as this, you will achieve the 1st place hands down!! I adore pecan pie and am going to try this recipe the week. Have fun and keep smiling
Christina says:
November, 09 2010at 02:56 pm
These look yummy! Perfect for the holidays right around the corner.
Miriam T. says:
November, 09 2010at 03:22 pm
The bars look delicious. Good luck!
Diane says:
November, 09 2010at 04:14 pm
These look so yummy, I can't wait to try them out!
Rebecca M says:
November, 09 2010at 04:49 pm
Glad to read that I Can't believe It's not Butter is on list of cholesterol LOWERING spreads! A pecan treat for Thanksgiving that's good for you? Thanks!
ageekgirl says:
November, 09 2010at 06:38 pm
Oooh, these look really yummy! I need to try this for the holidays!Thanks
Laura says:
November, 09 2010at 07:07 pm
Awesome recipe and fabulous giveaway! Thanks!
November, 09 2010at 07:40 pm
Perfect little pecan bars...yum!
Carly says:
November, 09 2010at 07:43 pm
I've only ever made pecan pie before, but those bars look fantastic -- even more packed with pecans than the pie!
November, 09 2010at 10:27 pm
Those pecan pie bars are perfect for my holiday cookie line-up!
Patti says:
November, 09 2010at 10:46 pm
I am doing dessert for Thanksgiving dinner and I found my pecan pie substitute. Good luck!
Sheilah Miller says:
November, 09 2010at 11:15 pm
Seeing all the holiday posts everywhere is weakening my resolve to eat right. :)
Atour says:
November, 09 2010at 11:41 pm
Those look wonderful! I am making them for Thannksgiving day. Thank you for the wonderful recipes. Best wishes.
Ann Marie says:
November, 10 2010at 01:03 am
Good luck Alison!!! I might just add this to a holiday party I'm catering in a few weeks! :)
lynne says:
November, 10 2010at 01:12 am
Yum, those bars look great!
heather says:
November, 08 2010at 08:08 am
How generous of you... and of course all the perfect tools to make those sinful pecan pie bars! Best wishes for the bake-off! Cheers, *Heather*
Erica says:
November, 08 2010at 08:26 am
This looks beyond amazing! I would love to win these cookware pieces
Lisa says:
November, 08 2010at 08:27 am
I can't wait to try this recipe this year for Thanksgiving. These look fabulous and would be great for a change from Pecan Pie
November, 08 2010at 09:02 am
OMG. Not only do those look amazing, but something even ME, the NON cooker could tackle. LOL YUM! Of course, I'd need that cookware to do it as my kitchen isn't exactly STOCKED. LOL You always have the best DOABLE recipes and gorgeous photos!
Sherry says:
November, 08 2010at 09:10 am
Thanks for sharing - looks incredible! I'd be so thrilled to win these cookware selections!!! I just started following you on Twitter :)
JulieD says:
November, 08 2010at 09:15 am
The bars look very tasty! I might have to try them! Good luck!
Andrea M says:
November, 08 2010at 09:23 am
I love your blog :) It is so helpful and I refer to it often...I especially love when you include nutritional data with your recipes. Thanks for sharing your kitchen with us! Grace & Peace, Andrea M
November, 08 2010at 09:33 am
These pecan pie bars are so yummy!!! I couldn't stop eating them but neither could anyone else in the office.
Carol says:
November, 08 2010at 09:38 am
I can't believe how fabulous these sound. Looking forward to making and eating them.
November, 08 2010at 09:38 am
Wow. What a fun twit an an old classic. Thanks!
Cassey says:
November, 08 2010at 09:44 am
New follower here....Looks so yummy, can't wait to try them! Good luck!!
Lori says:
November, 08 2010at 09:46 am
Wow! Great giveaway!!
natalie says:
November, 08 2010at 09:57 am
Nothing says the holidays in the south like pecans. Can't wait to try this recipe. Would be a great holiday gift for my neighbors.
November, 08 2010at 10:21 am
My mother will LOVE this recipe. I on the other hand, would love it too, so I'm staying far away :) hahaha...That baking bowl looks awesome! My kitchen is red. Good luck in the contest! Sounds like a blast.
Leigh says:
November, 08 2010at 10:21 am
These are fabulous, but beware because you can't stop eating them.
Sheryl says:
November, 08 2010at 10:21 am
I absolutely LOVE baking and these look delicious!!! Thanks for all your great recipes and tips. I throughly enjoy your blog. I can't wait to try this new recipe out. I would love to be the lucky winner of these cookware items!!! Best of luck at the bake-off. I know you will do a fantastic job.
Kay says:
November, 08 2010at 10:23 am
What a great, beautiful photo. We love pecan pie, and I love that you gave an opiton using chocolate chips! Great giveaway and have fun in NYC
Nancy says:
November, 08 2010at 10:23 am
This looks awesome. I can't wait to try them for Thanksgiving!!!
R says:
November, 08 2010at 10:24 am
YUM! I can't wait to make these!
Rob says:
November, 08 2010at 10:25 am
Wow Alison! I could reach out and grab one right now. Will definatley be trying this one this holiday season
Kim says:
November, 08 2010at 10:30 am
Those look amazing. Cannot wait to make them. AND - NO CLEANING THE MIXER!!! HOORAY!
Charles says:
November, 08 2010at 10:31 am
I'm so excited to try these this year. We are so lucky to be eating at your house! We have awesome cooks in the family!
Kim says:
November, 08 2010at 10:32 am
Did you use the chocolate chips in the recipe pictured?
Craig says:
November, 08 2010at 10:33 am
You have really been traveling the year. And just wait until your book hits the shelf next spring. We are SO proud of you!
Meredith says:
November, 08 2010at 10:33 am
YUMM! Bring me some when you come up to NYC!!!
Valerie says:
November, 08 2010at 10:34 am
You chose to bake a variation of my favorite dessert! Yum!
November, 08 2010at 10:34 am
Meridith, Can't wait to see you in NYC! I will try to save you some for sure
Tracy says:
November, 08 2010at 10:42 am
These look fabulous, and so easy!
Jaimee says:
November, 08 2010at 10:43 am
They look amazing! Can't wait to try the recipe!
Suburban Prep says:
November, 08 2010at 10:45 am
The pecan pie bars sound and look amazing. I am hopefully going to be bringing them to a family get together.
November, 08 2010at 10:46 am
My husband is a huge pecan pie fan. I'm sure he would love your bars. Can't wait to see you.
Liz @ Blog is the New Black says:
November, 08 2010at 10:47 am
Yum- I love pecans!
November, 08 2010at 10:48 am
Barbara, Can't wait to meet you! I am a HUGE fan of yours!
Sandra Burkhalter says:
November, 08 2010at 10:56 am
Love these Pecan Bars. Delicious! They are the perfect end to a holiday meal. So much better than having a whole pie!
November, 08 2010at 11:03 am
Great way to control portions during the Thanksgiving season! Can't wait for the cookbook! Thanks again for another great recipe, Alison!
November, 08 2010at 11:05 am
Can't wait to try the recipe. They look wonderful and the prizes are awesome. Found you through Everyday Celebrating.
Corinne says:
November, 08 2010at 11:05 am
I can't believe there's no butter in these! They look amazing... can't wait to try.
Susan says:
November, 08 2010at 11:26 am
These look wonderful. Can't wait to try them! Good luck...and have fun!
November, 08 2010at 11:30 am
These look fantastic, Alison! What a perfect treat for the holidays. Good luck in the bake-off. I really wish I could join you!
November, 08 2010at 11:34 am
These look wonderful! Good luck :) And that batter bowl looks pretty nice too!
Kim Maes says:
November, 08 2010at 11:36 am
Those bars look phenomenal!! I am so going to try them (adapting them to be gluten free). Ooh! And all of those prizes are so so cool!
November, 08 2010at 11:36 am
I love anything pecan, my fav recipe is caramel pecan squares from the sono bakery cookbook. Your bars look AMAZING, will def try this soon. Good luck to you and good luck to me too :) xoxo
Jessica says:
November, 08 2010at 11:36 am
What a wonderful giveaway!! I LOVE Pecan Pie so I am definitely going to have to try your recipe for pecan pie bars :)
jennifer says:
November, 08 2010at 11:41 am
these bars look amazing!! perfect treat for the holidays...and they would be oh so much easier with these wonderful baking gadgets...hand mixers, baking pans, and le creuset batter bowls, makes baking jolly!!
November, 08 2010at 11:45 am
The bars look great. They would be good for a tailgate too. Good Luck!
Bradley says:
November, 08 2010at 11:52 am
Those look good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jamie A. says:
November, 08 2010at 11:56 am
Those look AMAZING!!! Perfect for the holidays!
Carie Warren says:
November, 08 2010at 11:56 am
I would use the mixer to make one of my favorite cupcakes: Dark Chocolate Sour Cream Cupcakes w/ Cream Cheese Peanut Butter Frosting.
Carie Warren says:
November, 08 2010at 11:58 am
I love pecan pie bars; I definitely associate them with the holidays!
Courtney says:
November, 08 2010at 11:59 am
These look delicious! And oh so perfect for holiday treats! Such a fun giveaway too!
November, 08 2010at 12:04 pm
These look delicious! All the best parts of a pecan pie in a hand held bite! Love it! Can't wait to meet you this week :)
Heather says:
November, 08 2010at 12:05 pm
Yummy looking bar! Wonderful giveaway!
Jeff says:
November, 08 2010at 12:07 pm
I don't know what the fuss is all about....EVERYTHING Alison comes up with is INCREDIBLE! How she can be around all the wonderful she can create and stay so lean... inspiring!
November, 08 2010at 12:11 pm
Not only do you pecan pie bars look amazing, I must win this giveaway. I am in the dire need of an immersion blender. really!
Jan says:
November, 08 2010at 12:19 pm
The pecan bars look great.I use I can't believe its butter all the time so if the recipe is written with that in mind it should be delicious!!
susitravl says:
November, 08 2010at 12:23 pm
I love pecan pie, but these look so much easier to make. Will definitely be trying these for Thanksgiving. susitravl(at)gmail(dot)com
Kizzy says:
November, 08 2010at 12:26 pm
Good luck! The pecan pie bars look awesome!
Robin says:
November, 08 2010at 12:29 pm
Yum! These look amazing!Will have to have them for Thanksgiving! Have fun in New York!
Tricia says:
November, 08 2010at 12:31 pm
Good luck! I think you should win!
Stephanie S. says:
November, 08 2010at 12:33 pm
These sound delish! I'll have to pass along the recipe to my sister who makes the same old pecan pie every year...good luck at the cook-off in NYC. Wish I were there with you living the "good life."
Scarletta says:
November, 08 2010at 12:34 pm
These treats look amazing - I agree that pecan bars are better than pie. Thanks for sharing!!
Janelle King says:
November, 08 2010at 01:00 pm
Awesome giveaway!
Megan says:
November, 08 2010at 01:01 pm
I love pecan pie and these look delicious!
Shawn says:
November, 08 2010at 01:06 pm
Love it, thanks for the idea.
Diane says:
November, 08 2010at 01:07 pm
Will be trying this recipe SOON! Perfect for Fall! Would be thrilled to win the bakeware, as mine could definitely use replacing. :) Thanks for the recipe share!
Lisa says:
November, 08 2010at 01:30 pm
What amazing looking bars.
NWil says:
November, 08 2010at 01:31 pm
I love pecan pie so I'll be trying these for sure. The prize is fantastic!
Cara says:
November, 08 2010at 01:43 pm
These bars look amazing! Thanks for the giveaway!
brittany says:
November, 08 2010at 02:02 pm
those bars look very warm.. would definitely like to pair one with a cup of coffee... would probably be good as muffins and even with some chocolate chips mixed in
Sheila says:
November, 08 2010at 02:08 pm
Pecan Pie is a favorite of my families - and I can't wait to try this recipe. How perfect for a Southern Thanksgiving get-together. Thank you for sharing and good luck at the bake-off. Love all of your recipes. I know this one will be just as good.
Bonnie says:
November, 08 2010at 02:09 pm
I love pecan bars. I usually add a few different varieties of nuts to my pecans. Good luck on the bake off.
Courtney says:
November, 08 2010at 02:24 pm
wow! those bars look delicious! i've been wanting to make these for so long, ever since i had about 7 of them at a holiday feast.
November, 08 2010at 02:27 pm
I MUST HAVE THAT IMMERSION BLENDER!! Seriously, I know I'm biased, but I have put on about 10 pounds from these bars. These are like popcorn. Once you start, you can't stop. They are so simple, yet so elegant and appropriate. I don't think people will ever go back to pecan pie. Why would you with these? Can't wait to see what happens in the Big Apple. All these bakers better watch out - These are a must win!! Jon
Erica ribnick says:
November, 08 2010at 02:29 pm
These look delish. I can't wait to try making them. Good luck on the contest!
Brandee says:
November, 08 2010at 03:02 pm
YUMMY! My husband would love these!
Betsy says:
November, 08 2010at 10:10 am
Yummilicious! I am a big fan of Derby Pie and Pecan Pie---You'd be "nuts" not to like this recipe too! Good luck!
Stacy says:
November, 08 2010at 03:14 pm
Ohhhh, this recipe is fab! This looks easy enough to whip up to take to a last minute holiday gathering. Would love to win the fun cooking stuff. Quality kitchenware makes ALL the difference, I think! :)
Alissa says:
November, 08 2010at 03:32 pm
These look your blog and visit it often!
elizabeth says:
November, 08 2010at 03:45 pm
Thanks for a yummy recipe that cuts out some of the unwanted fats!
Meredith says:
November, 08 2010at 04:04 pm
This recipe will come in handy for our Family Fall Cook-off. My sister will have competition this year. Thanks again!
Vicki says:
November, 08 2010at 04:24 pm
I so love pecan bars or pie so I will be making this recipe this week. I just hope I don't eat them all in one day. Best of luck to you.
Lisa says:
November, 08 2010at 04:24 pm
Good luck in NYC. I will be making these for Thanksgiving and as gifts. We use "I Can't Believe It's Not Butter" in some recipes this looks great. I love the Le Crueset Enameled Stoneware Batter Bowl.
shirley says:
November, 08 2010at 04:37 pm
I so enjoy receiving your recipes by email. Keep up the good work.
Heidi says:
November, 08 2010at 04:40 pm
Was lucky and got to taste these bars.. Amazing!!! I love "I can't believe it's butter" on vegies.. Have a great trip in New York!
November, 08 2010at 04:47 pm
Easy and tasty - a perfect combination! cheers kari
Steven says:
November, 08 2010at 05:18 pm
These pecan bars are great! Unlike most pecan pie the crust was very light. Very suprised it is not made with real butter. I like the filling on pie, is there a way to make them thicker with more filling?
Hillary says:
November, 08 2010at 06:09 pm
Those pecan bars look so yummy--I want to go home and make them tonight! Since your recipes haven't let me down yet, even though I am a die hard butter fan I will try out your recipe to see for myself. Can't wait. Good luck in NYC!
November, 08 2010at 06:20 pm
Alison, you've done it again! This is the best part of the pie without the gooey part I don't like!!! I might have to make a trial run (or three) before the holiday. NYC meet Alison!
stephanie says:
November, 08 2010at 06:47 pm
Good luck in the bakeoff
Jenny says:
November, 08 2010at 06:57 pm
Mmm I love pecan pie! Good luck with bakeoff!
Catherine R says:
November, 08 2010at 07:14 pm
Those bars look wonderful! Good luck in the bake-off!
Kimberly says:
November, 08 2010at 07:33 pm
Mmmmm those bars look soo yummy.! The bakeware is awesome.!
claire says:
November, 08 2010at 08:04 pm
These bars look awesome! I love pecan pie but the nuts and crust as the best. If you make the middle thinner then it's more like toffee...sooo good!
X3baking says:
November, 08 2010at 08:08 pm
I never baked pecan pie bars before, but I want to try one day. Your crust and bars looks so good.
Susie D. says:
November, 08 2010at 08:39 pm
I LOVE pecan pie bars! All the taste with less work!
Miss says:
November, 08 2010at 08:44 pm
Oh yum! These would be perfect for Thanksgiving!!
Nichole says:
November, 08 2010at 08:49 pm
YUM! I love pecans, so I'm sure I would love these bars.
Glanathema says:
November, 08 2010at 08:51 pm
I have been eating I Can't Believe It's Not Butter since my childhood. I think it makes a tastier buttercream frosting than butter.
Melissa says:
November, 10 2010at 10:16 am
The recipe looks great! Can't wait to try them. :) Good luck!
Jenny says:
November, 10 2010at 10:31 am
This recipe looks fantastic, I would love to try and make this, but convert it to be gluten free. These would make the perfect fall/thanksgiving treat. Now following you on twitter.
Hallie Wagner says:
November, 10 2010at 10:55 am
I think I have a new contribution for Thanksgiving dinner!
November, 10 2010at 11:08 am
Good luck with the contest, Allison. I love pecans so I'm sure this recipe is a winner.
Michelle says:
November, 10 2010at 11:50 am
The pecan pie bars look amazing and more portable than the traditional version. I hope I win!
Darlene says:
November, 10 2010at 03:31 pm
I'd have to make these twice--once with the chocolate chips and once without--just to see which was best.
Jennifer says:
November, 10 2010at 03:57 pm
I love pecan bars, pecan pie, pretty much anything pecan. And this giveaway makes these especially tasty.
Marci says:
November, 10 2010at 04:43 pm
Good luck at the Bake Off! I'm sure it will be a fun experience no matter what happens. Your baked products are so delicious.
Lina says:
November, 10 2010at 04:48 pm
These look awesome...will try making them!
Julie Davis says:
November, 10 2010at 04:50 pm
I wish my husband would eat pecans - but I guess that means more for me!
angela says:
November, 10 2010at 07:34 pm
those look yummy, please enter me in teh giveaway
Julie L says:
November, 11 2010at 09:45 am
~sigh~ I gained another 5 lbs from looking at your scrumptious looking pecan pie bars-thanks for the giveaway-best of luck
Ashley says:
November, 11 2010at 10:02 am
This is such an incredible giveaway, thank you so much! And those bars were AMAZING, out-of-this-world! In fact, they are the ONLY food my sister will eat that contains nuts!
Ellyn says:
November, 11 2010at 11:05 am
Oh YUM! With so many holiday parties to attend and cookie exchanges to go to, I am definitely making these to share with friends! Thanks for the wonderful recipe and good luck in NYC!
CL says:
November, 11 2010at 12:18 pm
I will have to try making these for my husband. His favorite dessert is pecan pie.
Jessie C. says:
November, 11 2010at 12:32 pm
Love pecan pie bar, this would be great for holiday snacks.
Kayce says:
November, 11 2010at 05:09 pm
These Pecan Bars look awesome! I can't wait to try them out!!
Michelle says:
November, 10 2010at 11:16 pm
That looks fantastic! I would love to use this set to make some holiday treats! GigglesandLollipops at gmail dot com
Robin says:
November, 10 2010at 10:01 pm
These look fantastic! Pecan Pie is my favorite dessert! Good Luck!!
Steve says:
November, 10 2010at 10:08 pm
These look great and so easy to make!
Lisa Palet says:
November, 10 2010at 09:46 am
I can't wait to make these for friends and family.
Marga Curry says:
November, 10 2010at 09:46 am
I also bake pecan pies for Thanksgiving, but this year I will have pecan pie bars instead. I always use I Can't Believe It's Not Butter for eating, so now I can cook with it too.
Daryl Callahan says:
November, 10 2010at 08:28 am
I am following you on twitter (RNHUP)
Daryl Callahan says:
November, 10 2010at 08:27 am
Going to make these for my son who loves pecan pie
Kerrie G says:
November, 11 2010at 10:53 pm
Good Luck!! Those look yummy! I don't think I would use the chocolate chips just because my kids aren't big chocolate eaters
November, 11 2010at 11:24 pm
Those look delicious! Of course I'm crazy about any holiday treat :) Great giveaway! And best of luck to you in NY :)
Molly Folse says:
November, 11 2010at 11:24 pm
Always enjoy the recipes, Alison! Have fun in NYC!
November, 11 2010at 11:34 pm
Your pecan bars look delicious. What a fun giveaway! Have fun at Unilever :)
November, 11 2010at 11:57 pm
Putting on my ever growing to bake list! They might fall into a little chocolate ganache.
gwen says:
November, 12 2010at 12:29 am
Wow - these bars look so yummy and so much easier than the pecan tassies I usually make....can't wait to try out this recipe - good luck at the competition
November, 14 2010at 03:40 pm
Congrats to Stacy! The winner of my giveaway!!
November, 15 2010at 10:20 pm
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