10 Recipes To Reinvent Your Pecan Pie This Thanksgiving< < Back to
Pecan pie is a staple of many Thanksgiving tables in the United States. What’s not to love about a flaky crust filled with a gooey filling and pecans? If you’re feeling a little bored with the same old recipe you’ve made for years, Taste of Home has some great ideas to change it up a bit this year. Here are 10 recipes to change it up this holiday season.
#1 – Caramel-Pecan Cheesecake Pie
Can’t decide between making a cheesecake or a pecan pie? No problem. Here’s a nice combination recipe that includes caramel, which should add to the overall flavor of the pie.
#2 – Mayan Chocolate Pecan Pie
#3 – Makeover Caramel-Pecan Apple Pie
#4 – Pecan Pumpkin Pie Recipe
#5 – Yummy Texas Pecan Pie Recipe
If the gooey, sticky factor is your favorite part of pecan pie, than this is the one for you. Using both light and dark corn syrup will make sure up the sticky factor and we think the teaspoon of white vinegar will add a little tang.
#6 – Velvety Chocolate Butter Pecan Pie Recipe
Woah. This recipe sounds rich and delicious! Bittersweet chocolate, brown sugar and molasses should add a special touch to this pecan pie. If you’re health conscious, don’t look at the nutritional stats until after it’s gone!
#7 – Bourbon Chocolate Pecan Pie
#8 – Pecan-Topped Carrot Pie Recipe
I can honestly say I have never heard of a pie recipe that included carrots, but it sounds like an interesting twist. I’m sure at one time someone thought using pumpkin in pies was a little crazy, so why not? With pumpkin pie spice and cinnamon included in the recipe, the flavor should be amazing.
#9 – Ambrosia Pecan Pie Recipe
If you like ambrosia and pecan pie, you’re in luck. Here’s a recipe that can bring your love of coconut, oranges and pecans together in a pie form. It would certainly be a different addition to the Thanksgiving Day dinner table.
#10 – Li’l Pecan Pie Recipe
If there’s only two at your dinner table and you don’t want a huge pie that you’ll never eat, here’s a great recipe for pecan pie in a smaller package. It breaks down the recipe to make two servings that’s just enough.
Recipes and photos courtesy of Taste of Home