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I remember when I was a little girl, my grandmother would make fresh pecan pies to sell at the church bake sale every November. I always paid close attention as to how her hands worked so meticulously when she rolled out the pie crust dough and gently placed it into the tin. Such a fond memory!
One year, Grandma decided to do something different for the bake sale and turned her famous pecan pie into bars. It was a huge hit at the sale and with our family. Many years have passed since then, and grandma is gone now, but her pecan pie bars are still fresh in my memory, especially when I came across this amazing recipe. I hope you’ll make your batch of pecan bars 🙂
Recipe courtesy of 12tomatoes.
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