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This Praline Pecan Cheesecake really is worthy of being on most any Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner table, or another special occasion. The cheesecake would be plenty good enough by itself, but that praline topping really puts it over the top. I had had pralines plenty of times, and they make for a nice little Southern treat by themselves. But it turns out that that nutty, sweet flavor complements the taste and texture of pumpkin rather nicely.
This may not be the quickest and easiest cheesecake recipe ever, but the instructions are pretty straightforward. And the end result is most definitely worth the effort! I can’t even tell you how many “ooh’s” and “aah’s” I got when I brought this to the dinner table – and every single one of my guests were begging for the recipe.
Recipe and image courtesy of Dixie Crystals.
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