Imagine sinking your teeth into a delicious blend of rich, buttery pecans and sweet and sticky caramel, all laid out on a bed of crunchy and delicious chocolate.
Inspired by the classic pecan pie, this pecan pie crust is a mouth-watering dessert that will make your taste buds dance with happiness.
Whether you are gathering with family and friends for a special occasion or just in the mood for a delicious dessert, this recipe is sure to become a favorite in your kitchen.
The first time I tasted this dish was at a Sunday church service. The Sunday Pecan Pie bark has become a huge sensation, drawing crowds from all over town. Sister Margaret’s secret recipe is pure magic: caramel, chocolate and walnuts that make your taste buds dance. But here’s the catch: Demand is skyrocketing, and we can’t keep up.
People get disappointed when we run out of it and it breaks our hearts. However, we are determined to find a solution so that everyone gets their own piece of paradise and left with a smile on their face.
12 to 14 graham crackers (enough to make a baking sheet)
1 cup unsalted butter
1 cup brown sugar
2 cups pecans, coarsely chopped in half
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla
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