Sweet No-Bake Recipe: Classic Southern Pralines
It was 95° in my apartment and not a day to be anywhere near the kitchen. But my sweet tooth, well, it had other plans. Luckily, our Southern neighbors are used to facing such demands in the hottest and stickiest of weathers, which is why they had the good sense to invent the praline. You can call the praline a cookie, because it’s shaped like one, but it’s rightfully a type of candy.
The Dessert You Never Knew Your Crock-Pot Could Make
During Christmastime, Aunt Cammie always busts out tins upon tins of her famous crockpot candies (chocolate clusters stuffed with nuts). They're served at
Old-Fashioned Pecan Pralines
Old-Fashioned pecan pralines are sweet and delicious. Sometimes called New Orleans pralines or southern pralines, these are an easy to make treat!
CREAMY NEW ORLEANS PRALINES
Combine sugar, buttermilk, corn syrup and salt in a very large pan (it will foam considerably when soda is added) and bring to a nice rolling boil. Add soda, stir and cook until soft ball is formed when dropped in cold water.Then remove from heat and add vanilla. Beat until color changes and candy thickens. Stir in pecans. Drop
Pecan Pralines - Easy, Low Carb, Keto, Sugar-Free, Gluten-Free, THM S
My Keto Pecan Pralines cook in about ten minutes & is ready to eat in an hour. These sugar-free pralines are rich & creamy with toasted pecans throughout.
Perfect Southern Pecan Pralines
These Perfect Southern Pecan Pralines are a unique cross between cookies and candy! Flavored with butter, sugar, vanilla and toasted pecans, they're a melt-in-your-mouth candy you HAVE to try.
Praline Pecans Crock-Pot Super Easy to Make Using Your Slow Cooker
These Crock Pot Praline Pecans turned out Sweet, crunchy, easy and super delicious using your slow cooker.