Strawberry Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Fewer things go better together than strawberries and chocolate, which is why these chewy Strawberry Chocolate Chip Cookies are the perfect dessert.

Fewer things go better together than strawberries and chocolate, which is why these chewy Strawberry Chocolate Chip Cookies are the perfect dessert.

Isn’t it funny that chocolate dipped strawberries represent romance. Have you ever tried eating one in front of someone? They are quite possibly the most unromantic food out there. Think about it. You take a bite and the chocolate breaks into dozens of pieces.

Fewer things go better together than strawberries and chocolate, which is why these chewy Strawberry Chocolate Chip Cookies are the perfect dessert.

At this point, you’re left with two choices: do I let the chocolate fall or do I try to catch the falling pieces with my mouth. Neither option is ideal. Despite being one of the most awkward treats you can attempt to eat in front of someone, the perfection of chocolate and strawberries together cannot be denied. That is why I especially love these cookies.

Fewer things go better together than strawberries and chocolate, which is why these chewy Strawberry Chocolate Chip Cookies are the perfect dessert.

For this recipe, I used my no-fail faithless chocolate chip cookie recipe. I found it years ago and have never strayed since. I know from past experience that strawberries are actually a very wet fruit and can drastically change baked goods, so I knew putting fresh strawberries in the mix was out. Freeze dried strawberries were the answer. Not only did they add the full flavor you’d expect from deliciously red ripe strawberries, but it added a wonderful moist chewy factor to the cookie.

Fewer things go better together than strawberries and chocolate, which is why these chewy Strawberry Chocolate Chip Cookies are the perfect dessert.

The cookies were already dynamite to begin with, but the strawberries made them over-the-top good.

Fewer things go better together than strawberries and chocolate, which is why these chewy Strawberry Chocolate Chip Cookies are the perfect dessert.

So, if you were considering making a batch of chocolate covered strawberries to impress a loved one this Valentine’s Day, I urge you to consider all things and make these cookies instead!

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Fewer things go better together than strawberries and chocolate, which is why these chewy Strawberry Chocolate Chip Cookies are the perfect dessert.
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Recipe type: dessert
Yields: 18 cookies
Ingredients
  • 1 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 cup (1 cube) butter, softened Coupons
  • 3/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 cup semi dark chocolate chips
  • 1 cup freeze dried strawberries
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400° F.
  2. In small bowl, mix flour, baking soda, and salt.
  3. In the bowl of your stand mixer with the paddle attached, beat butter, sugar, and vanilla on medium speed until well blended. Beat in egg, mixing well. Add flour mixture, and beat slowly to incorporate, then faster to blend well. Stir in chocolate chips and freeze dried strawberries.
  4. Drop batter in heaping tablespoons portions about 2 inches apart on parchment lined baking sheets.
  5. Bake in preheated oven until edges of cookies are brown, about 8 to 10 minutes.
  6. Let cookies cool on pan about 5 minutes, then transfer to cooling racks with a spatula. Serve warm or cool. Store in airtight container, or freeze for longer storage.

Fewer things go better together than strawberries and chocolate, which is why these chewy Strawberry Chocolate Chip Cookies are the perfect dessert.
Fewer things go better together than strawberries and chocolate, which is why these chewy Strawberry Chocolate Chip Cookies are the perfect dessert.
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Heavenly Homemade Chocolate Cupcakes

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These Heavenly Homemade Chocolate Cupcakes, made with cocoa and strong hot coffee, are the most decadent and moist cupcake you’ll ever enjoy!

These Heavenly Homemade Chocolate Cupcakes, made with cocoa and strong hot coffee, are the most decadent and moist cupcake you'll ever enjoy!

Your quest can finally be over. You have found it. The be all, end all, of cupcakes. Never again will you need to search for a chocolate cupcake recipe, only to be sorely disappointed by the results. The days of resorting to a boxed mix are in the past forevermore.

These Heavenly Homemade Chocolate Cupcakes, made with cocoa and strong hot coffee, are the most decadent and moist cupcake you'll ever enjoy!

When I say these are the best damn cupcakes you will ever enjoy, I’m not kidding. My husband, who doesn’t like sweets all that much, can’t get enough. My kids, who ask for anything but cake on their birthdays (so strange, I know), think these are the best things that have ever come out of my oven.

These Heavenly Homemade Chocolate Cupcakes, made with cocoa and strong hot coffee, are the most decadent and moist cupcake you'll ever enjoy!

Think about all the wonderful things you’d want in a chocolate cupcake. Moist? Most certainly. Taste? There’s cocoa, coffee, and sugar in these bad boys. What else could you ask for?  Rise and volume? Yes, and I believe this has to do not only with the mixing directions but also the baking process. There is no other way to describe them than heavenly.

These Heavenly Homemade Chocolate Cupcakes, made with cocoa and strong hot coffee, are the most decadent and moist cupcake you'll ever enjoy!

As much as I’d like to showcase this cupcake, I’ll tease you for a mere moment with my perfect buttercream frosting. I could stare for hours at those luscious swirls!

These Heavenly Homemade Chocolate Cupcakes, made with cocoa and strong hot coffee, are the most decadent and moist cupcake you'll ever enjoy!

Just look at all of those lovely little air bubble pockets. Those are what give this cupcake that soft, pillowy, fluffy texture, while at the same time the top leads to the slightest bit of sweet crunch on top. You’re totally starting to salivate, aren’t you?  I just know it!

These Heavenly Homemade Chocolate Cupcakes, made with cocoa and strong hot coffee, are the most decadent and moist cupcake you'll ever enjoy!

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Heavenly Homemade Chocolate Cupcakes
 
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These Heavenly Homemade Chocolate Cupcakes, made with cocoa and strong hot coffee, are the most decadent and moist cupcake you'll ever enjoy!
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Recipe type: dessert
Yields: 12 cupcakes
Ingredients
  • 1/2 cup hot coffee (or 1/2 cup boiling water + 1 pack starbucks via instant coffee)
  • 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 cup whole milk
  • 1/4 cup vegetable oil
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 425º F.
  2. Place cupcake liners in muffin tin. Spray lightly with cooking spray.
  3. Combine hot coffee and cocoa powder. Mix well to dissolve and set aside.
  4. In bowl of stand mixer, combine flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt with paddle attachment.
  5. In a separate bowl, combine milk, oil, egg, and vanilla. Mix well to combine.
  6. Add about half of the milk mixture to the flour and mix on medium high speed for 2-3 minutes until light and fluffy.
  7. Combine the chocolate mixture with the remaining milk mixture and add to the batter. Mix with batter on medium speed for about 30 seconds, scraping sides of bowl before turning mixer on.
  8. Distribute batter evenly to the 12 muffin cups. Batter will be very wet.
  9. Bake in preheated 425 degree F oven for 5 minutes, then reduce heat to 325 F without opening the oven door. Continue cooking at lower temperature for an additional 13-15 minutes until a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean.
  10. Remove from the oven and transfer cupcakes to a cooking rack as soon as they're cool enough to be touched.
  11. Prepare buttercream frosting according to instructions or your other favorite frosting... or just devour it plain!

These Heavenly Homemade Chocolate Cupcakes, made with cocoa and strong hot coffee, are the most decadent and moist cupcake you'll ever enjoy!
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Gingerbread Crinkles

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Gingerbread Crinkles are a soft and chewy cookie full of molasses and holiday spice. They are the perfect Christmas treat!

Gingerbread Crinkles are a soft and chewy cookie full of molasses and holiday spice. They are the perfect Christmas treat!

Welcome to Day 5 of my 12 Days of Holiday Treats series!!!

12 Days of Holiday Treats | Self Proclaimed Foodie

It’s pretty much a given that you have to include some kind of gingerbread treat at Chritmas time. There’s just something magical about the taste of gingerbread. Or is it the smell? Oh how I love the smell of Christmas. Yesterday was the day after Thanksgiving. I absolutely hate to shop, so any Black Friday shopping is done from the comfort of my home office. I learned my lesson 8 years ago after standing in line at 4am on a freezing morning with a newborn in tow just to get into Toys R Us to buy a train table that didn’t fit in my car. Never again. Anyway, since that year of bad Black Friday decisions, our family tradition has been to get our Christmas tree the day after Thanksgiving. Living in Oregon, I get to choose from the freshest, most gorgeous noble firs from a farm just down the street. Now, my living room is filled with the sent of Christmas! Oh, how I love the smell.

Gingerbread Crinkles are a soft and chewy cookie full of molasses and holiday spice. They are the perfect Christmas treat!

If you want your kitchen to smell divine, you must make these cookies. I’ve made crinkles before, but I’ve always just rolled them in powdered sugar. This time, however, I rolled them first in granulated sugar and then powdered sugar. This helped in two ways. First, it gave the outside a surprise crunch which made my mouth very happy. Second, it protected the powdered sugar from dissolving into the melted butter so it made the cookies extra pretty.

Gingerbread Crinkles are a soft and chewy cookie full of molasses and holiday spice. They are the perfect Christmas treat!

Not only do these cookies taste amazing, but they are so visually pleasing. I don’t know what it is about a soft and chewy crinkle, but they are pure goodness!

Gingerbread Crinkles are a soft and chewy cookie full of molasses and holiday spice. They are the perfect Christmas treat!

Be sure to scroll down to the bottom of the post to see all of my holiday recipes from the last couple of years.

This recipe uses pure vanilla extract. Did you know you can make your own homemade vanilla extract? It makes the perfect gift too. Watch how in the video below.

 

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Gingerbread Crinkles are a soft and chewy cookie full of molasses and holiday spice. They are the perfect Christmas treat!
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Recipe type: dessert
Yields: 3 dozen
Ingredients
cookie:
  • 3 cups unbleached all-purpose flour
  • 3/4 cup dark brown sugar, packed
  • 2 tablespoons ground pumpkin pie spice (cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, cloves)
  • 3/4 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 12 tablespoons (1 1/2 sticks) unsalted butter, room temperature, cut into small pieces
  • 1/2 cup molasses
  • 2 tablespoons heavy cream
for baking:
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup confectioners' sugar
Instructions
  1. In the bowl of a stand mixer, combine flour, sugars, pumpkin pie spice, baking soda, and salt at low speed until combined. Stop the mixer and add the butter. Mix at medium-low speed until the mixture is sandy and the dry ingredients are coated in butter, about 1-2 minutes. Reduce the speed to low and, with the mixer running, gradually add the molasses and heavy cream. Mix until the dough is evenly moistened, about 20 seconds. Increase the speed to medium and mix until thoroughly combined, about 10 seconds.
  2. Transfer the dough to a large piece of plastic wrap, shape into a disk, wrap tightly and freeze until firm, 20 to 30 minutes. Alternatively, refrigerate the dough 2 hours or overnight.
  3. To bake, preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line baking sheet with parchment paper.
  4. Roll chilled dough into tablespoon sized balls. Roll each dough ball in the granulated sugar first until coated and then roll again in confectioners sugar until coated evenly. Place the sugar coated dough balls 1-inch apart from each other on the prepared baking sheet.
  5. Bake the cookies until set in the centers, 10 to 12 minutes. Remove from the oven when they start to crack. Do not over bake. Cool the cookies on the sheets 2 minutes, then remove the cookies to a wire rack to cool to room temperature.

recipe inspired by If You Give a Blonde a Kitchen

To see all of 2014’s holiday treats, click the links below:

2014 Holiday Treats | Self Proclaimed Foodie

Five Minute Fudge | Holiday Sugar Cookies | Peppermint Candy Cane Cookies

Peppermint Chocolate Pie | Hazelnut Lemon Curd Thumbprints | Homemade Peppermint Marshmallows

Chewy Molasses Sugar Cookies | Easy Petite Palmiers | Triple Threat Peppermint Brownie Bites

Toasted Coconut Cookies | Walnut Spiced Rum Balls | Mexican Chocolate Truffles

To see all of 2015’s holiday treats, click the links below:

Holiday Recipes | Self Proclaimed Foodie

Easy Candy Cane Chocolate Truffles |  Cherry Almond Thumbprints  | Easy Brown Butter Pecan Fudge

Toasted Macadamia Nut Cookies  |  Salted Vanilla Bean Caramels  |  Chocolate Peppermint Swirl Cookies

Lynne’s Cream Wafers  |  Mini Pecan Pie Bites  |  Eggnog Poundcake

Christmas Tree Corn Flake Treats  |  Devil’s Food Crinkles  |  Chewy Brown Sugar Cookies

Gingerbread Crinkles are a soft and chewy cookie full of molasses and holiday spice. They are the perfect Christmas treat!
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Salted Mocha Caramels

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Soft and chewy old fashioned Salted Mocha Caramels made with rich chocolate and coffee powder are a tasty candy treat perfect for the holidays!

Soft and chewy old fashioned Salted Mocha Caramels made with rich chocolate and coffee powder are a tasty candy treat perfect for the holidays!

Whoa – we’re on day 4 of 12 of my treat marathon and its not even Thanksgiving yet! I’m not normally this prepared. Don’t let me fool you – I will be scrambling to make the rest of my holiday recipes over Thanksgiving weekend.

12 Days of Holiday Treats | Self Proclaimed Foodie

Oh salted mocha caramels. Where have you been all my life? Seriously, where? You have everything my tastebuds desire – coffee, chocolate, sugar, fat, and a touch of salt. I mean, what more could a girl ask for?

Soft and chewy old fashioned Salted Mocha Caramels made with rich chocolate and coffee powder are a tasty candy treat perfect for the holidays!

Yesterday I talked about how I’ve overcome my fear of boiling sugar. That being said, you might find a trend in this year’s holiday treats. Yup – more candy than cookie recipes. Don’t get me wrong, its hard to be the perfect trifecta of sugar + flour + butter, but I’m slowly learning that there are many gluten free delights that are just as good, if not better. Don’t worry, there will still be some cookie recipes. I’ve already posted one and a I have a couple more on the way. But this year’s Christmas box will be about 2/3 candy and 1/3 cookies. I wonder if my hypercritical younger sister will give me praise or condemnation for this dramatic change in holiday tradition. I’ll be sure to report back.

Soft and chewy old fashioned Salted Mocha Caramels made with rich chocolate and coffee powder are a tasty candy treat perfect for the holidays!

I have found that making your own homemade caramels are one of the best things a person can do. First, eating caramel that is super fresh will change your life. Second, creating perfect caramel without inflicting a major burn to you or the persons around you, as well as making caramel that is not under or overdone, should be considered a personal milestone in one’s life. Third, caramels of this quality are pretty freaking expensive. Don’t believe me? Just go to a place like Whole Foods this time of year and find some artisan caramels. You’ll have to decide whether you want to buy the caramel or feed your family dinner that night. And lastly, people are pretty darn impressed when they open up that little wax paper bundle, pop this treat into their mouth, and marvel at the fact that you actually made it. All by yourself. In your own kitchen. Impressive.

Soft and chewy old fashioned Salted Mocha Caramels made with rich chocolate and coffee powder are a tasty candy treat perfect for the holidays!

These are definitely different than regular caramels. They are darker. They are richer. They are more intense. I was about to throw in one of those “I like my caramels like I like my men” jokes but I’m guessing you were already anticipating that. Bottom line, if you make one naughty treat this year, it should be these. However, I will likely say that about everything I make this year because my blog contributes to my cooking narcissism.

Soft and chewy old fashioned Salted Mocha Caramels made with rich chocolate and coffee powder are a tasty candy treat perfect for the holidays!

Be sure to scroll past the recipe to feast your eyes on all the holiday treats I’ve made over the last couple of years!

This recipe uses pure vanilla extract. Did you know you can make your own homemade vanilla extract? It makes the perfect gift too. Watch how in the video below.

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Soft and chewy old fashioned Salted Mocha Caramels made with rich chocolate and coffee powder are a tasty candy treat perfect for the holidays!
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Recipe type: Dessert
Yields: 100 caramels
Ingredients
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 1/4 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 1 tablespoon instant espresso or espresso powder (I used two Starbucks Via packets)
  • 4 ounces chopped bittersweet or dark chocolate, finely chopped
  • 3 tablespoons unsalted butter, cut into pieces
  • 1-1/8 cups sugar
  • 5/8 cup light corn syrup
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1/4 teaspoon flaked salt (like Maldon's)
Instructions
  1. Line an 8" square pan with parchment paper. Set aside.
  2. Combine the cream, vanilla extract, and espresso powder in a medium-sized saucepan and heat while swirling until scalding. As soon as the mixture starts to bubble and appears to coat the bottom of the pan, you'll know its done. Remove from the heat, add the chopped chocolate and allow to sit for a minute to allow it to melt. Then, stir until it turns into a completely smooth mixture. Stir in the butter.
  3. Using a medium to large (at least 4 quart) pot, combine the sugar, corn syrup, and water in this large saucepan and stir to combine. Heat mixture over medium heat until the sugar melts and then increase heat to high to bring the mixture to a full boil. You may occasionally swirl the mixture but do not stir. You may also use a brush to run water down the sides of the pot to wash down any crystals - this will eventually evaporate.
  4. You want to cook the sugar just until it starts to change color and take on more of a caramel color and smell. You'll notice a reduction in the bubbles at this point too. Remove from heat.
  5. To make the caramel, pour the chocolate cream mixture into the sugar, stir to mix, and add your thermometer to the pot. Bring to a boil over high heat and whisk constantly until it reaches 245°F. The moment it reaches temperature, pour it into your prepared pan. Do not scrape out anything that has stuck to the pan as it may have been overcooked.
  6. Allow the caramel to sit for about 10 minutes before sprinkling with salt. If its too hot, the salt will sink in. Start with a small amount and if it sinks, wait a bit longer to add the rest.
  7. Allow to caramel to cool completely at room temperature. Transfer to a cutting board and cut into small pieces. Wrap them individually in wax paper. If you cut the pieces and don't wrap fast enough, they will stick together, so you may want to cut just a few rows at a time.
  8. Store wrapped caramels in an airtight container at room temperature (or you may freeze) until you're ready to share.

recipe adapted from Wanna Come With

To see all of 2014’s holiday treats, click the links below:

2014 Holiday Treats | Self Proclaimed Foodie

Five Minute Fudge | Holiday Sugar Cookies | Peppermint Candy Cane Cookies

Peppermint Chocolate Pie | Hazelnut Lemon Curd Thumbprints | Homemade Peppermint Marshmallows

Chewy Molasses Sugar Cookies | Easy Petite Palmiers | Triple Threat Peppermint Brownie Bites

Toasted Coconut Cookies | Walnut Spiced Rum Balls | Mexican Chocolate Truffles

To see all of 2015’s holiday treats, click the links below:

Holiday Recipes | Self Proclaimed Foodie

Easy Candy Cane Chocolate Truffles | Cherry Almond Thumbprints | Easy Brown Butter Pecan Fudge

Toasted Macadamia Nut Cookies | Salted Vanilla Bean Caramels | Chocolate Peppermint Swirl Cookies

Lynne’s Cream Wafers | Mini Pecan Pie Bites | Eggnog Poundcake

Christmas Tree Corn Flake Treats | Devil’s Food Crinkles | Chewy Brown Sugar Cookies

 

Soft and chewy old fashioned Salted Mocha Caramels made with rich chocolate and coffee powder are a tasty candy treat perfect for the holidays!
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Buckeye Balls

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Buckeye Balls are a classic no bake peanut butter and chocolate sweet treat that the kids can help make and are perfect for the holidays!

Buckeye Balls are a classic no bake peanut butter and chocolate sweet treat that the kids can help make and are perfect for the holidays!

The time has come!!!  This is the time of year where I share 12 Days of Holiday Treats, and this is Day 1 of 12!

12 Days of Holiday Treats | Self Proclaimed Foodie

I started doing this 12 Days series two years ago when I started my blog. It wasn’t too difficult back then because every year, I made at least 6 different kinds of holiday treats to package up and send to family. So, all I had to do was come up with a few more recipes and, BAM!, there’s my series. Every year I made the same exact recipes to send out. It was my thing. But, when you have a recipe food blog, you can’t really do that, so last year I came up with 12 new recipes to make. Some became new favorites, and all received a thorough critical review from my opinionated little sister. This year has been especially challenging mostly because of, well… life. I became the newly appointed PTO president this year, have had a steady flow of family portrait sessions even though my goal was to back away from people photography almost entirely, etc. You get the picture. But I started this thing a couple years ago and I will continue doing my marathon holiday treat making if it darn near kills me!  All of the recipes this year won’t be able to come out without a few savory recipes popping in, so I’ll be interupting your sugar overload train of thought occasionally until completion. Okay, onto the recipe!

Buckeye Balls are a classic no bake peanut butter and chocolate sweet treat that the kids can help make and are perfect for the holidays!

Did you know… The National Peanut Board estimates it takes about 540 peanuts to make a 12-ounce jar of peanut butter. That’s approximately 45 peanuts per ounce of peanut butter. If your family buys peanut butter in those large 40-ounce mega-jars, each one of those jars takes a whopping 1,800 peanuts to make! That’s your fun fact for the day! As you well know, I make a lot of food. Like, a lot. So much that my family rarely even goes out to eat. That’s why I found it especially funny when the first time I had heard of Buckeye Balls was when my sister-in-law told me that she made them. I guess they’re wildly popular and I’m not really sharing anything original today – just my version. Funny, because we used to eat something like this when we were kids. We called it “peanut butter in a cup” and it was basically peanut butter mixed with an obscene amount of sugar. We used to put sugar on everything (cereal, grapefruit – you name it). That probably explains my serious addiction I’ve been trying to kick for the last three and a half decades. Anyway, these peanut-y treats took me back to my youth and who doesn’t love peanut butter and chocolate?

Buckeye Balls are a classic no bake peanut butter and chocolate sweet treat that the kids can help make and are perfect for the holidays!

This is definitely one of those recipes you can have your kids help with, even if you’re an overbearing kitchen control freak like myself. Let them have fun and then you can fix their odd shaped creations once they go wash their hands!  Be sure to check out the video of me and my son making these Buckeye Balls. Also, you’ll want to scroll all the way down past the recipe to see a visual guide to all of my holiday treats from the past two years.

Watch me and my son make these Buckeye Balls here:

This recipe uses pure vanilla extract. Did you know you can make your own homemade vanilla extract? It makes the perfect gift too. Watch how in the video below.
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Buckeye Balls are a classic no bake peanut butter and chocolate sweet treat that the kids can help make and are perfect for the holidays!
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Recipe type: Dessert
Yields: 40 balls
Ingredients
filling:
  • 1 1/2 cups (12 ounce jar) peanut butter
  • 1/2 cup (1 cube) unsalted butter, softened
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 3 cups confectioners sugar
chocolate shell:
  • 9 ounces semi sweet chocolate chips
  • 3 tablespoons butter
Instructions
  1. In a large bowl, mix together peanut butter, butter, and vanilla until completely smooth.
  2. One cup at a time, add powdered sugar. Start by mixing with a spoon and then mix with hands to form a thick dough. For the last cup of powdered sugar, be sure to add it slowly one heaping spoonful at a time until you reach your desired consistency.
  3. Shape tablespoon sized balls and roll them smooth in between your hands. Set on parchment lined baking sheet. Refrigerate for two hours for freeze for at least 15 minutes.
  4. In a medium sized bowl, combine chocolate and remaining butter and microwave at half power in one minute increments, stirring each time, until everything has melted and is completely smooth.
  5. Dip each peanut butter ball in the chocolate. You make use one or two toothpicks to help and then just smooth over any holes the toothpick leaves in the ball. Return the dipped peanut butter balls back to the parchment lined sheet and allow to set.
  6. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator or freeze until you devour them.
Buckeye Balls are a classic no bake peanut butter and chocolate sweet treat that the kids can help make and are perfect for the holidays!

To see all of 2014’s holiday treats, click the links below:

2014 Holiday Treats | Self Proclaimed Foodie

Five Minute Fudge | Holiday Sugar Cookies | Peppermint Candy Cane Cookies

Peppermint Chocolate Pie | Hazelnut Lemon Curd Thumbprints | Homemade Peppermint Marshmallows

Chewy Molasses Sugar Cookies | Easy Petite Palmiers | Triple Threat Peppermint Brownie Bites

Toasted Coconut Cookies | Walnut Spiced Rum Balls | Mexican Chocolate Truffles

To see all of 2015’s holiday treats, click the links below:

Holiday Recipes | Self Proclaimed Foodie

Easy Candy Cane Chocolate Truffles |  Cherry Almond Thumbprints  | Easy Brown Butter Pecan Fudge

Toasted Macadamia Nut Cookies  |  Salted Vanilla Bean Caramels  |  Chocolate Peppermint Swirl Cookies

Lynne’s Cream Wafers  |  Mini Pecan Pie Bites  |  Eggnog Poundcake

Christmas Tree Corn Flake Treats  |  Devil’s Food Crinkles  |  Chewy Brown Sugar Cookies

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Gingersnap Sweet Potato Pie

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Velvety smooth Gingersnap Sweet Potato Pie is similar to traditional pumpkin pie, but different enough to pleasantly surprise your holiday dinner guests.

Velvety smooth Gingersnap Sweet Potato Pie is similar to traditional pumpkin pie, but different enough to pleasantly surprise your holiday dinner guests.

There are two kinds of people in this world: those who love pumpkin pie and those who gag when they eat pumpkin pie. You know I’m right! I happen to fall in the gag category. There’s something about the texture. The only way I’ll eat pumpkin pie is if I either scrape off half the filling and cover it in whipped cream or if I make a hybrid pumpkin pie to add more texture like my pecan pumpkin pie.

Velvety smooth Gingersnap Sweet Potato Pie is similar to traditional pumpkin pie, but different enough to pleasantly surprise your holiday dinner guests.

This sweet potato pie, however, does not evoke the same gag reflex. The taste and texture is very similar to your traditional pumpkin pie, but it tastes like heaven times a thousand. Don’t ask me why. Perhaps the texture is just a wee bit smoother. Perhaps the thickness is just right. Perhaps the fact that this is made with a gingersnap crumb crust rather than a traditional butter pie crust makes all the difference. I really dunno. I just know that this pie is heaven.

Velvety smooth Gingersnap Sweet Potato Pie is similar to traditional pumpkin pie, but different enough to pleasantly surprise your holiday dinner guests.

I can also tell you for a fact that you do not want to over cook this pie. If you do, not only will your gingersnap crust go from a luscious brown to a dark black, but the top of the pie will get dark brown burn spots and the texture will transform from velvety smooth to what’s-wrong-with-this-pie. There is a delicate balance between underdone-you-won’t-be-able-to-serve and oh-crap-I-burnt-it. You’ll have to watch it carefully to find that happy spot right in between. Enjoy!

Velvety smooth Gingersnap Sweet Potato Pie is similar to traditional pumpkin pie, but different enough to pleasantly surprise your holiday dinner guests.

This recipe uses pure vanilla extract. Did you know you can make your own homemade vanilla extract? It makes the perfect gift too. Watch how in the video below.
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Velvety smooth Gingersnap Sweet Potato Pie is similar to traditional pumpkin pie, but different enough to pleasantly surprise your holiday dinner guests.
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Recipe type: dessert
Yields: 2 pies
Ingredients
  • 12 ounces gingersnap cookies, pulsed into fine crumbs
  • 8 tablespoons (1 cube) unsalted butter, melted
  • 1 (15 ounce) can sweet potato puree
  • 3/4 cups sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 cup evaporated milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 300 degrees F.
  2. Combine gingersnap crumbs and melted butter in bowl. Press into bottom and up sides of two 9 inch pie dishes.
  3. In the bowl of a stand mixer, combine canned drained potatoes with sugar and eggs. Stir well.
  4. Stir in evaporated milk, vanilla, ginger and nutmeg.
  5. Beat on high speed for 3 minutes.
  6. Pour mixture into the two prepared shells. Using a pie shield or a strip of foil around the edges will prevent the cookie crust from browning too much. Bake for one hour or until set. Insert a toothpick to ensure the pie has finished cooking. Allow to cool before serving.
  7. Serve chilled with freshly whipped cream. Store pie in refrigerator.
Velvety smooth Gingersnap Sweet Potato Pie is similar to traditional pumpkin pie, but different enough to pleasantly surprise your holiday dinner guests.
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20 of my Favorite Holiday Recipes

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‘Tis the season when all friends and family come together to celebrate the holidays and there’s no better way than with 20 of My Favorite Holiday Recipes.

'Tis the season when all friends and family come together to celebrate the holidays and there's no better way than with 20 of My Favorite Holiday Recipes.

The holidays are a time for catching up with loved ones, sledding, wrapping gifts, making crafts, and spending an obscene amount of time in the kitchen. I actually prefer to cook most during the summer when the fresh produce is abundant, but there’s something magical about warming the kitchen with your oven and seeing a poof of flour fly through the air as you attempt to make that fifth batch of cookies. We through all of our healthy judgement out the window, knowing we can once again redeem ourselves at the gym in January. Oh, how I loathe how crowded the gym gets in January. I’ve actually been really good these past few months with my sugar intake, but I’m about to totally let loose and enjoy myself all the way through January 1st like I do every year at this time. I think you should too!

German Chocolate Cake Cookies

German Chocolate Cake Cookies

Tangerine Glazed Ham

Tangerine Glazed Ham

Cream Cheese Cookies

Cream Cheese Cookies

Eggnog Thumbprint Cookies

Eggnog Thumbprint Cookies

Whipped Ricotta Spread

Whipped Ricotta Spread

1-Hour Dinner Rolls

1-Hour Dinner Rolls

Chocolate Peppermint Cheese with Chocolate Ganache

Chocolate Peppermint Cheese with Chocolate Ganache

Hot Chocolate Cookies

Hot Chocolate Cookies

Crockpot Candy

Crockpot Candy

Five Minute Fudge

Five Minute Fudge

Italian Ricotta Cookies

Italian Ricotta Cookies

Red Velvet Peppermint Thumbprint Cookies

Red Velvet Peppermint Thumbprint Cookies

Country Cinnamon Apple Dumplings

Country Cinnamon Apple Dumplings

Toffee Almond Snowballs

Toffee Almond Snowballs

Asiago Cheese Ball

Asiago Cheese Ball

Loaded Mashed Potato Casserole

Loaded Mashed Potato Casserole

Pumpkin Turtle Cheesecake

Pumpkin Turtle Cheesecake

Cranberry Cream Cheese Pound Cake

Cranberry Cream Cheese Pound Cake

Best Sugar Cookies

Best Sugar Cookies

Eggnog Sugar Cookie Bars

Eggnog Sugar Cookie Bars

Chocolate Covered Mint Patties

Chocolate Covered Mint Patties

 

'Tis the season when all friends and family come together to celebrate the holidays and there's no better way than with 20 of My Favorite Holiday Recipes.

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Upside down pear tarts

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This post first appeared over at Real Housemoms where I’m a contributor.

Upside Down Pear Tarts are an impressive looking fall dessert, yet are incredibly easy to make with only a few ingredients.
Upside Down Pear Tarts are an impressive looking fall dessert, yet are incredibly easy to make with only a few ingredients.

Fall is my absolute favorite time of year for baking. Between the holidays and tailgating with those busy crockpot dinners in between, its a wonder if our family even goes out to eat during the fall. One of my favorite fruits to cook with are pears. I’m not a huge fan of eating them raw. I much prefer a juicy, crisp, and slightly tart apple. But, in my opinion, their gritty texture hold up extremely well when cooking.

Upside Down Pear Tarts are an impressive looking fall dessert, yet are incredibly easy to make with only a few ingredients.

Using frozen puff pastry is one of my favorite kitchen hacks. Some day I’ll figure out how to make it from scratch. But for now, I won’t tell if you don’t tell. I love baking with it, though. All of those golden flaky layers make me happy.

Upside Down Pear Tarts are an impressive looking fall dessert, yet are incredibly easy to make with only a few ingredients.

I’ve made a few different kinds of upside down cakes before – apple and banana. Both times I cooked up the fruit in a sugar and butter mixture and then poured cake batter on top.

Upside Down Pear Tarts are an impressive looking fall dessert, yet are incredibly easy to make with only a few ingredients.

This version was slightly different because I transferred everything to a jumbo muffin tin.

Upside Down Pear Tarts are an impressive looking fall dessert, yet are incredibly easy to make with only a few ingredients.

I almost just cut one big round of pastry dough and placed it on the skillet instead of making mini tarts, but I had to stick to my original plan because the goal was to create little individual desserts.

Upside Down Pear Tarts are an impressive looking fall dessert, yet are incredibly easy to make with only a few ingredients.

See how easy that was?

Upside Down Pear Tarts are an impressive looking fall dessert, yet are incredibly easy to make with only a few ingredients.

I was a little nervous when it came time to invert them onto the platter. Its been a few years since I’d had an upside down cake disaster, but I’m always prepared for the fact that I might completely mess up and end up with an incredibly sticky dessert on the floor. This particular dessert ended up being super easy to flip out onto the platter.

Upside Down Pear Tarts are an impressive looking fall dessert, yet are incredibly easy to make with only a few ingredients.

You should have seen my kids when I took these out of the oven. They were circling me like a couple of sharks would with fresh blood in the water. They were so impressed and are such suckers for having their own individual dessert rather than a piece from a big dessert.

Upside Down Pear Tarts are an impressive looking fall dessert, yet are incredibly easy to make with only a few ingredients.

If you love pear desserts as much as I do, you’ll want to check out these Ginger Pear Mini Tarts:ginger-pear-mini-tarts-ig

As well as my Hazelnut Tea Cake with Moscato Pears:hazelnut-tea-cake-moscato-pears-ig

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Upside Down Pear Tarts are an impressive looking fall dessert, yet are incredibly easy to make with only a few ingredients.
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Recipe type: Dessert
Yields: 6 servings
Ingredients
  • 4 pears (d'anjou recommended)
  • 4 tablespoons butter
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice
  • 1 (12 inch square) sheet of puff pastry dough
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Grease the wells of jumbo muffin pan.
  2. Peel and slice pears.
  3. Using a heavy bottom skillet, melt the butter over medium heat and allow to foam. Once the foam subsides and you start to get brown bits, add the sugar, cinnamon, and pears. Stir to coat. Allow to cook until the sugar fully dissolves and starts to form a syrup consistency. Allow to thicken just a bit but do not allow sugar to burn. Remove from heat.
  4. Scoop pears and syrup into the six wells of the jumbo muffin tin.
  5. Using a pairing knife or a round cutter, cut circles out of the dough. Use scraps for a different use. Place one round on top of each well.
  6. Bake in preheated oven until the dough is a deep golden brown, about 20 minutes.
  7. Cover the muffin pan with a large tray or serving platter and carefully invert. Serve warm.

 

Upside Down Pear Tarts are an impressive looking fall dessert, yet are incredibly easy to make with only a few ingredients.
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25 of the Best Holiday Cookies and a $400 Cash Giveaway!

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Not only am I sharing 25 of the BEST Holiday Cookie recipes, but we’re giving away $400 cash to spend however you wish this holiday season!

Not only am I sharing 25 of the BEST Holiday Cookie recipes, but we're giving away $400 cash to spend however you wish this holiday season!

It’s the most WONDERFUL time… of the year!  Tell me you just sang that in your head just like I did while I was writing it. You did, didn’t you? I look forward to the holidays every single year. The enjoyment I get from my kids excitement. The smell of wonderful baked treats filling the house. The endless decorations and lights. The calming tradition of putting that fresh Oregon Noble Fir up in the living room and decorating it with the sentimental ornaments we’ve collected over the years. I love all of it. This will be my third year doing my 12 Days of Christmas series on my blog where I share twelve, YES 12 if you can believe it – holiday treats. If you’re curious about all the wonderful recipes I’ve made in the past, I’ll list some of them out here with links to the recipes, but I don’t want to post pictures because there are too many amazing recipes below. PLUS THE CASH!!! Read on for more details.  Okay, here are just some of my favorite holiday recipes, and have fun looking through all of my friends recipes below! Five Minute Fudge | Holiday Sugar Cookies | Peppermint Candy Cane Cookies | Peppermint Chocolate Pie | Hazelnut Lemon Curd Thumbprints | Homemade Peppermint Marshmallows | Chewy Molasses Sugar Cookies | Easy Petite Palmiers | Triple Threat Peppermint Brownie Bites | Toasted Coconut Cookies | Walnut Spiced Rum Balls | Mexican Chocolate Truffles

This holiday season I’m excited to be joining the Real Housemoms creative team in giving away $400 Black Friday Cash! We’re helping make one lucky reader’s holiday extra special with a little spending money. Be sure to scroll down to the bottom of this post to enter!

This holiday season I’m excited to be joining the Real Housemoms creative team in giving away $400 Black Friday Cash! We’re helping make one lucky reader’s holiday extra special with a little spending money. Be sure to scroll down to the bottom of this post to enter!

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Caramel Macchiato Cookies from Home.Made.Interest.

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Chocolate Crinkle Peppermint Blossoms from Real Housemoms

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Chocolate Frosted Christmas Cookies from Real Housemoms

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Chocolate Peppermint Cookies from Around My Family Table

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Chocolate Peppermint Crunch Cookies from Real Housemoms

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Christmas Crinkle Cool Whip Cookies from Bread Booze Bacon

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Christmas Mint Cookies from Cooking on the Front Burner

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Christmas Sugar Cookies from Liz on Call

EGGNOG BISCOTTI are a crunchy, sweet cookies with a hint of nutmeg drizzled with a simple eggnog glaze!

Eggnog Biscotti from Real Housemoms

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Loaded Christmas Cowboy Cookies from Flavor Mosaic

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Melt in Your Mouth Shortbread Cookies from The Endless Meal

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Mexican Hot Chocolate Shortbread from Bread Booze Bacon

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Molasses Sugar Cookies from Real Housemoms

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Monster Cookie Bars from Dinner at the Zoo

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No Bake Peanut Butter Cookie Treats from Pink Cake Plate

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Oreo Cake Ball Christmas Tree from The Cards We Drew

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Penguin Cookies from Delightful E Made

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Peppermint Candy Cane Cookies from Self Proclaimed Foodie

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Peppermint Oreo Truffles from It Is a Keeper

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Peppermint Twist Macarons from Savory Experiments

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Red Velvet Ooey Gooey Bars from A Night Owl

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Salted Caramel & Pecan Thumbprint Cookies from Real Housemoms

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Turtle Snickerdoodles from Garnish & Glaze

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Vanilla Chai Shortbread Cookies from Sugar & Soul

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White Chocolate Dipped Cherry Shortbread Cookies from Frugal Foodie Mama

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Pecan Pumpkin Pie

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Pecan Pumpkin Pie combines the best of both worlds into one decadent and perfectly sweet holiday pie that is perfect for Thanksgiving Dinner.

Pecan Pumpkin Pie combines the best of both worlds into one decadent and perfectly sweet holiday pie that is perfect for Thanksgiving Dinner.

What pies are always served at Thanksgiving? Pumpkin, of course. And if you’re in my family, you’ll always see a Pecan Pie as well. What’s that?  Apple you say?  Well, sure, but let’s not get crazy here. I think that it is perfectly acceptable to combine two of Thanksgiving’s greatest desserts: the pumpkin and pecan pie. The pecan pie layer elevates the pumpkin pie layer, and the pumpkin layer tames the richness of the pecan layer. If you want my honest opinion, I think this hybrid pie is so much better than either of the originals. Kind of like how a Golden Doodle is way better than a regular old Poodle (sorry poodle owners, but you know I’m right).

Pecan Pumpkin Pie combines the best of both worlds into one decadent and perfectly sweet holiday pie that is perfect for Thanksgiving Dinner.

This pie starts off with a traditional pie crust. You can always buy one of those pre-made ones, but you know homemade is always best. I use an all butter recipe. Its how my mom taught me and its what I’ve taught my own daughter. I think all butter pie crusts are not only delicious, but if prepared correctly, they’re insanely flakey. Next comes the pumpkin layer. Can it really get any easier than mixing a can of pumpkin with some sugar, a couple of eggs, and some pumpkin pie spice? It can’t. Which is why, despite my control issues in the kitchen, I was able to let my daughter do this part on her own. Into the uncooked pie shell it goes!

Pecan Pumpkin Pie combines the best of both worlds into one decadent and perfectly sweet holiday pie that is perfect for Thanksgiving Dinner.

Don’t mind those little chunks of butter in the picture above. I failed to completely melt my butter, but it didn’t hurt the final recipe. It’s all good.

Pecan Pumpkin Pie combines the best of both worlds into one decadent and perfectly sweet holiday pie that is perfect for Thanksgiving Dinner.

Finally, you have your pecan layer. Again, its super easy. Basically, just dump and mix. The pecans float right to the top so I think its worth it to take the extra minute to arrange them in an eye pleasing pattern.

Pecan Pumpkin Pie combines the best of both worlds into one decadent and perfectly sweet holiday pie that is perfect for Thanksgiving Dinner.

The trick to any Thanksgiving pies (and muffins, for that matter) are to start out cooking hot and then reduce the temperature. I’ve found this to be the best method for cooking both the inside and the outside perfectly.

Pecan Pumpkin Pie combines the best of both worlds into one decadent and perfectly sweet holiday pie that is perfect for Thanksgiving Dinner.

Now, once this pie is done you will have to show some major restraint because it really should sit in the refrigerator overnight. Just imagine how good this will taste with a hot cup of coffee and a dollop of freshly whipped cream after your Thanksgiving dinner. Yum, right?

Pecan Pumpkin Pie combines the best of both worlds into one decadent and perfectly sweet holiday pie that is perfect for Thanksgiving Dinner.

This pie is simply the best of both worlds. I’m going to let you in on a little secret… I don’t actually like pumpkin pie all that much. Gasp!  I’ll eat it, but it usually involves stripping away the top part of the pumpkin layer and adding a bunch of whipped cream. There’s something about the texture, or lack there of, of plain pumpkin pie that makes me gag.

Pecan Pumpkin Pie combines the best of both worlds into one decadent and perfectly sweet holiday pie that is perfect for Thanksgiving Dinner.

Likewise, I have a hard time eating straight up basic pecan pie. That’s a lot of sugar, yo! But, when combined into one perfectly sweetened and textured pie – oh heavens! Time to put on the stretchy pants!!!

Pecan Pumpkin Pie combines the best of both worlds into one decadent and perfectly sweet holiday pie that is perfect for Thanksgiving Dinner.

This recipe uses pure vanilla extract. Did you know you can make your own homemade vanilla extract? It makes the perfect gift too. Watch how in the video below.
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Pecan Pumpkin Pie combines the best of both worlds into one decadent and perfectly sweet holiday pie that is perfect for Thanksgiving Dinner.
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Recipe type: Dessert
Yields: 1 pie
Ingredients
  • 1 unbaked 9-inch deep-dish pie shell
PUMPKIN LAYER:
  • 1 (15 oz) can pure pumpkin
  • 2/3 cup granulated sugar
  • 2 large eggs, beaten
  • 1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice
PECAN LAYER:
  • 1/2 cup light corn syrup
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 2 large eggs, beaten
  • 3 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 cup pecan halves
Instructions
  1. Line a 9 inch pie plate with pie dough. Roll edges under and create a scalloped pattern.
  2. In a large bowl, combine the pumpkin, sugar, eggs, and pumpkin pie spice until smooth. Pour the mixture into the pie dough and level it with the back of the spoon.
  3. Wash and dry the bowl, and then combine the corn syrup, sugar, eggs, melted butter, vanilla extract and pecans. Gently pour over the pumpkin mixture. If desired, place the pecans in a symmetrical pattern.
  4. Cover the crust loosely with aluminum foil or a pie shield to keep it from browning too much.
  5. Bake in preheated 425° F oven for 15 minutes. Without opening the door, reduce heat to 350°. Bake an additional 40-45 minutes until crust is golden brown. Turn oven off and crack oven door. Allow pie to sit in open oven for about 15 minutes before removing.
  6. Cool on a wire rack for 1 hour. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight. Serve with whipped cream if desired.
Pecan Pumpkin Pie combines the best of both worlds into one decadent and perfectly sweet holiday pie that is perfect for Thanksgiving Dinner.
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