Pecan Pralines

Pecan Pralines created by Lavender Lynn

These are a huge favorite of my family. I have been making them for years and they are always a hit.

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  • Cook everything over medium heat to 240°F on a candy thermometer.
  • Remove from heat and beat till it starts to thicken. This takes a while, so you have to have good arms!
  • Drop by large spoonfuls onto wax paper.
  • Cool and wrap individually in plastic wrap or store in an airtight container.
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  1. Patsy L.
    These were extremely disappointing. I followed the directions carefully and heated the mixture up to 240° with my candy thermometer. It took about 1/2 hour for the mixture to cool down enough for me to spoon it out onto parchment paper. The pralines tasted so sugary as if the sugar never did dissolve. I also think 5 tablespoons of vanilla is overkill. Way too much. I'm going to move on from this recipe to try another as these just do not fit the bill.
  2. barbara in Tx
    I mcade this for my family and forgot to rate it. It is fantastic. I have shared the recipe with both my daughters and mom. Thank you so much for sharing this with us all.
  3. becky3221971
    I made these a few hours ago for my 7 children and husband.They were very easy and fantastic!!I didnt have a candy thermometer but i used the soft ball test and it worked out great!I'll be using this recipe for the up and coming holidays!Thanks a bunch!!
  4. Lavender Lynn
    Pecan Pralines Created by Lavender Lynn
  5. Lavender Lynn
    I followed the ingredients and the instructions exactly. It didn't take near ar long to beat this as I thought it would. I would make sure the temperature just gets to 240 degress F. If you let it go a little too long. It will sent up too quickly and it dries out too much to drop by teaspoonfuls. Thank you for this recipe. I have always wondered what pecan pralines were like. Made for PAC Fall 07.
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