You weren't kidding about being addictive! This was a wonderful treat, enjoyed by all. I loved the Kahlua added to the glaze, giving it just that wonderful hint of coffee-praline flavor! Thinking about it, these would be good served on a wonderful salad. Thanks so much for sharing this great recipe!
Absolutely delicious! I made these and wished I would have had them done to include on my trays for neighbors!! My Dad ended up taking the rest home, so I will make more for DH to take to work unless I try for New Years. Will make again!! Easy and tasty! Thanks for posting. **Made for Beverage Tag 2007**
What a fabulous glazed pecan. Followed the recipe exactly, and these are just perfectly delicious.
These pecans are fabulous! You cant get much better than maple and praline like flavor. I plan on giving these out as gifts and to be sure I will be making these again and again! Thanks for such a great recipe!
I and my friends thought these to be very good. Easy to make. Several copies of recipes were passed out at club tonite but were gobbled up before a pix was taken. A keeper good luck Chef Would make a nice gift.
These are good. They were definitely addictive. I actually found them a bit too sweet (but my husband thought they were perfect). I will make them again, but think I'd add a little cayenne pepper to the candy syrup when I add the pecans to give it a bit of a kick.
These pecans were good. For my personal preference I would have liked them to be just a little sweeter and expected that they would have been with both the sugar and maple syrup. I baked them for 12 minutes and they were a little charred. Very nice and creative entry for the contest!
*Reviewed for Ready, Set, Cook #10 Contest* These really were addictive. Great flavour and a zinch to make. The smell of the nuts baking was divine- needless to say that they were all guzzled up warm by my family and there were none left for the next day!
These pecans had a wonderful flavor, and you could really taste a hint of the Kahlua. I think that baking them for a bit longer would bring out the nuttiness a bit more. Good luck in RSC!