Pecan Praline Bars

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  • Preheat oven to 350°F
  • Arrange graham crackers in ungreased 15x10x1-inch pan.
  • Place butter and sugar in sauce pan. Heat to boiling point; boil 2 minutes.
  • Stir in pecans and spread evenly over crackers.
  • Bake about 10 minutes.
  • Cut each graham cracker in half while warm.

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  1. I can't believe how easy these are! So simple! They're so yummy! I put these in my Christmas Cookie trays this year. They're so addictive! Made for KK's 24 Days of Cookoie event.
  2. This year for Thanksgiving we decided to have a couple mini-desserts. I love pecan pie and was originally going to make mini pecan tarts, when I came across these. I decided to try it first to see if they were any good. I halved the recipe and made them. They were ridiculously easy to make and they were all gone within 5 minutes. They taste exactly like pecan pie to me (and they are a lot lower in calories compared to pecan pie :o) Delicious! I will definitely be adding this to the Thanksgiving menu - there is enough cooking to be done, and this will make life a little bit simpler!
  3. These are one of my kids' favorites. They love to make them on a snowy day.
  4. Pretty good. These are the same as the Cissy Bars, except those use margerine and just any nuts. I'm not sure if I cooked mine a bit too long in the oven. I liked the praline topping by itself, and I thought it would tasted good on top of ice cream, but on top of the graham crackers per this recipe it is just OK. Not sure I would go to the trouble of making these again.
  5. been making these for years and EVERYONE loves them! i've already had 8 requests for them this holiday season.


I am a Christian wife and mother of 3 kids. Since my DH's high cholesterol, we've been eating better. I never used to like cooking. Since eating better, I've liked learning and preparing new recipes. My kids haven't reconciled themselves to the new eating yet. I grind my own grain and make all my own breads.?Working 2 hours a day in the local high school lunch room.??I am homeschooling my high schooler.? ?Also found out 1 child has multiple food allergies (wheat, dairy, tomato, chocolate, etc) and another is gluten sensitive. So, we just started (July 09) eating gluten and dairy free. I've been busy with getting our house market ready, even though it's not the best time for that.?
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