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I want to kick these up a little...maybe use maple flavoring instead of vanilla, add some lemon zest to the dough...don't know just thinking?


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Great ideas.
I had pecan pie at lunch out the other day with chocolate chips in the filling.
 
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tried a Martha Stewart recipe today..had ground pecans and marscpone in the dough (not too sure I liked the crumblyness (is that a word?) of the shell, but the filling was just what I was looking for...she added maple suryp! less sugar and nuts than my recipe. Will probably use my old crust and her filling.


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Remember Pecan Sandies? I don't know if they are in the cookie aisle currently.
 
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Yes, Leafly, the sandies are still available, at least down here. Haven't had them in ages, though.

This time of year I sometimes make cooking using my pampered chef cookie press and one of their recipes. I just want to stuff my face constantly, they are so good. Course, anything with that much butter and sugar has got to taste good, right?


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Yes, Brookshires carries Keebler pecan sandies but also the store brand, Food Club I think. Personally, I prefer the store brand. The pecans taste fresher.
 
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Originally posted by Florida Farm Girl:
Yes, Leafly, the sandies are still available, at least down here. Haven't had them in ages, though.

This time of year I sometimes make cooking using my pampered chef cookie press and one of their recipes. I just want to stuff my face constantly, they are so good. Course, anything with that much butter and sugar has got to taste good, right?


YUM!
 
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Originally posted by KeepYouInStitches:
Yes, Brookshires carries Keebler pecan sandies but also the store brand, Food Club I think. Personally, I prefer the store brand. The pecans taste fresher.


I've never tried the store brand. I've got to put that on my bucket list.
 
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