3 Reviews

Made this for Thanksgiving and served to people who love both molasses and pecan pie, but honestly, none of us cared for it at all. I wonder if there is a mistake in the ingredient list. Only change I made was to use the entire filling recipe in just one pie shell. Otherwise, it would have been less than half full. One cup of molasses completely overpowered the pie, and with the sugar was way too sugary sweet. I love trying new recipes, though, and appreciate your sharing!

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LonghornMama November 22, 2007

I tried this twice. I am giving two stars because it is not like it did not turn out or that it was ineatable but it was just not for me. From the time I opened the molasses, that is all i could smell and then when I tried the pie it is all i could taste. I wanted to try this, to see how it was. My husband liked the pie. It set up good and looked wonderful, but i think i just could not get past the molasses thing.

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jessmhow December 26, 2006

Southern pecan pie at it's finest! Much better than the pecan pie recipe that I normally use. I think it's probably the addition of the molasses that made this pie so delicious. My family gobbled up both pies by the second day. Thanks for a winner!

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Dreamgoddess August 16, 2006
Pecan Pie (New Orleans Style)