Vintage Pecan Tassies


Vintage Pecan Tassies


Vintage Pecan Tassies

It's not Christmas with out a platter of Vintage Pecan Tassies on the table. The best Christmas cookie recipes incorporate some of the most popular flavors of the season and this pecan tassie recipe is no different. Brown sugar and pecans combine to create a comforting holiday flavor that will make you just want to curl up by your fireplace. So, this holiday season, whip up a batch of pecan tassies and watch your relatives make them disappear.


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Yields48 cookies

Preparation Time45 min

Cooking Time25 min

Cooking Vessel SizeMini muffin pans

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SO, my dad *loves* Pecan Pie, but not everyone in my family is that committed. I came across this recipe and thought it would be perfect to try for Easter. I didn't even get to try one they were gone so fast...I wish I was kidding. These were a lot easier to make than I first thought. I suggest rolling out your dough as a whole, then cutting your pieces. Rather than rolling 40+ mini balls. It saves time and works a lot nicer!

I so love the taste of pecan passies and now I have a home made recipe for them! After reading the written recipe it sounds so easy to make. I have saved this one and will be making them soon. I do have a question for anyone who has made them. Can they be frozen? It's only me and my hubby and I would hate for them to go to waist. My grand kids are not big fans of nuts so I'm sure they won't eat them. Thank you so much for sharing this free recipe for the Vintage Pecan Tassies.

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