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These were delicious! However, there was way too much filling. It made 3 dozen Tassies, and there was so much left over I baked it in a 6" casserole 1" deep. I added a dash of salt to the crust and the filling. I made 1 dozen with gluten-free pastry, using 1/4 cup cream cheese, 1/4 cup butter, and 1/2 cup gluten free baking mix, and handled it the same way as regular pastry. There were just as good as regular, and just as easy.

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cathyfood December 06, 2014

Tasses, After looking through every single pecan pie tassies and pecan tart recipe on Recipezaar, I chose your recipe because I wanted the "pecan pie" filling too. The filling was perfect and the shortbread flaky and buttery. I will use this recipe every Christmas holiday. I quadrapled the dough recipe but only doubled the filling. It worked out, but I made the pastry a little thick because it was so good! I can't wait for everyone to try them. Thank you for posting this wonderful recipe.

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JOY1998 December 13, 2009

I used pre-made pastry in mini muffin tins to make these tassies. Served them at a bridal shower and everyone enjoyed these. I used a dark corn syrup. Thanks for sharing.

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mary winecoff June 20, 2009
Pecan Pie Tassies