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Wow! As others suggested I used half a cup of brown sugar and half a cup of white. I also added in a dash of vanilla extract. These were amazing. I can see why people give them away as gifts. I would have sent them to work with my husband but there weren't any left. Watch out they are seriously addicting!!
if you follow the recipe you will love this for the first week then hate it after that. this is a great holiday recipe so good in fact that you will eat too much until you are sick of them for awhile. i made about 2 pounds(alot) and gave some to employees(with a xmas bonus of course)they loved them. customers also luved them and they didnt get a bonus my family loved them so they must be good
These are DELICIOUS! I have made them following the recipe exactly and made them with the change others recommended which is using half white sugar and half brown sugar. I think the pecans turn out better with the sugar mixture: half white half brown. I also use vanilla extract in place of the water. For easy clean up I place aluminum foil on the cookie sheet spray it with PAM and after baking throw it away. Easy and delicious.....my kind of recipe!
Rating: 5 stars
These were as good as you get from the fair! We made them for Christmas gifts and ended up making a double batch because we kept eating them! Great Recipe!
Followed the recipe exactly and they are wonderful! I lined my cookie sheet with aluminum foil and sprayed it with cooking oil because I didn't want the mess and it worked beautifully. I will make these again and again. Thank you for this delicious treat!
Awesome. I'm giving these out as gifts this holiday. I made a few changes that worked well for me-- instead of the egg white I used a serving of egg substitute. I also cooked them in a 400 deg. oven for about 25 minutes. A parchment covered baking sheet makes cleanup easier!