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This is so good! Pecan Pie--only easier to make and better chance of it turning out well.<br/>War Eagle Bean Palace Pecan Cobbler was a big hit at Christmas dinner this year!<br/>Everyone wanted the leftovers, too. I'm keeping this recipe handy for when I need to feed crowds---fantastic for pot luck dinners and buffet style dining. Easy to transport, as well. <br/>My husband loves pecan pie and he said that it was as good as any he's ever had in 55 years! Now that's a compliment!

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DDusterr December 30, 2014

Made this last year for Christmas and everybody went nuts over it and ate the whole thing. This year when I searched for this recipe again it pulled up another pecan cobbler recipe - they were pretty much the same exc. the other one used self-rising flour. So this year for T'giving I made this recipe again, but 1 C self-rising flour for the all purpose flour. It was fantastic too, made the crust layer a little bit more like one in a berry cobbler. Either way this recipe is one of the best desserts I've ever made.

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chefbuddy_2567140 December 04, 2014

Yummy! Had something similar in Alabama this summer and had to make this when we got home. Served as a dessert with BBQ and the fixings. We love pecan pie, this cobbler is easier and a nice alternative. Makes a lot and would be good to serve to a crowd. More "crust" and less custard than a pie. Oat flour is a great addition. We ate as is but would be good with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top, too. Next time I'll bake a little less, but think that may have more to do with my oven than the recipe. Thanks for sharing!

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LonghornMama November 23, 2011

This pecan cobbler is a must have for every holiday. It is my son-in-law's very favorite. Thank you for sharing.

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Okie MiMi December 24, 2010

This pecan cobbler recipe will replace all pecan pie recipes for my Thanksgiving dinners in the future. Everyone went crazy over this dessert! I think the oat flour is what makes the difference in flavor. Soooo good!

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Brenda Burgess November 29, 2009

This will be my 2nd Thanksgiving with this recipe, thanks for the help.

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Metal_chef _Jeff November 26, 2008

I was thinking about posting this recipe so I am happy to see it has already been saved here. My BF and I went to War Eagle BP in May of this year and this recipe is too fantastic. I craved it after we left and it is an addiction. LOL Going back next year and I will stop there again. Thank you Susie for posting this. Joy in Texas

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Equusjoy November 11, 2008

This went over very well at a family gathering we had this weekend. I accidently added the pecans to step 3, thankfully it didn't matter because by the end of the night the dish was licked clean! Thank you Susie for a definite keeper!

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Chef Raasch July 07, 2008

I made this for New Year's Eve dinner for my family that are AVID Pecan fans. My husband and I had this at the Bean Palace and loved it. Next time I make this I will more crust and add pecans below and above the crust.

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SociologyChef January 01, 2008

I have searched a long time for a Pecan Cobbler recipe like a restaurant here used to serve. I am convinced this is it. The oat flour is the secret ingredient. It was easy to prepare, and easier to devour. Thanks for sharing!

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momto3ladies November 23, 2007
War Eagle Bean Palace Pecan Cobbler