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PECAN PIE THAT NEVER FAILS

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This recipe is a classic Southern Pecan Pie.  It is made with simple ingredients including sugar, corn syrup, butter, eggs, and pecans.

PECAN PIE THAT NEVER FAILS - EASY SOUTHERN PIE

PECAN PIE THAT NEVER FAILS - EASY SOUTHERN PIE This recipe is a classic Southern Pecan Pie. It is made with simple ingredients including sugar, corn syrup, butter, eggs and pecans. #pie #pecan pie #dessert #desserts #best pie #recipe

Grandma’s Faith Endures

This recipe is a classic Southern Pecan Pie. It is made with simple ingredients including sugar, corn syrup, butter, eggs and pecans. #pie #pecan pie #dessert #desserts #best pie #recipe

Now, you can make delicious traditional Southern Pecan Pie anytime with this super simple recipe.   This recipe belongs to my mother-in-law, Floy.  I have been in the Roark family for 31 years and we have had this pecan pie recipe on our table every holiday.  My mother-in-law, Floy, was not going to disappoint us by not preparing our favorite holiday pie.  She did not feel like baking pecan pies or even celebrating Christmas this year.  

My Father-In-Law Has Gone To Heaven

As many of you know, my father-in-law passed away just a few weeks ago on November 19, 2015.  He developed complications from a stem cell transplant he needed to fight cancer.  Their daughter, Marsha, is a three-time cancer survivor.  See Marsha’s encouraging story here.  Grandpa Don and Grandma Floy have always had a strong faith in God.  They set an example for all of us to have faith in God to work everything out.  The two of them taught us never to give up, and live a life honoring God.  Even though Grandpa Don is no longer here with us, our family can rest assured that we will see him again one day.

Christmas without Grandpa

Our hearts are sad without Don being here, but we have to be happy and thankful for the time we spent with him.  We all miss him, especially Floy.  December 23, 2015, would have been their 52nd wedding anniversary.  On their 50th wedding anniversary, we all went to Patti’s 1880 Settlement to celebrate.  See their 50th-anniversary video here.  

My Mother-In-Law Is Holding On To Her Faith

After 52 years of Floy living with her best friend,  she truly misses spending time with Don.  I am sure it is the little things that she misses the most like fixing her coffee and serving it to her in bed every morning.  She has been doing pretty well, but we did not expect her to make a special effort to fix our favorite holiday treat.  We were all surprised when she pulled out the pecan pies.  We knew pecan pies were Don’s favorite too and how much they would remind her of him.  Don loved to cook and quite frankly he was in charge most of the time in the kitchen.  He would have been so very proud of these delicious and beautiful pecan pies that grandma made all by herself.PECAN PIE THAT NEVER FAILS - EASY SOUTHERN PIE

Secret To Making Pecan Pies is Timing

Grandma promises you cannot mess up these pecan pies.  She said you mix it up and bake it at 325 degrees for exactly 1 hour, and they will turn out every time.  We have a disagreement in our family about pecan pie.  I like it at room temperature.  The rest of the family likes it right out of the refrigerator like the picture above.  

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Never Fail Pecan Pie
 
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Recipe type: Dessert
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Mix it up and bake it at 325 degrees for exactly 1 hour, and they will turn out every time.
Ingredients
  • 1 cup sugar
  • ½ cup corn syrup
  • ½ cup melted butter
  • 3 eggs, beaten
  • 1 cup pecans, chopped
  • 1 unbaked deep pie crust
Instructions
  1. Combine the sugar, corn syrup and melted butter.
  2. Add the beaten eggs and pecans.
  3. Mix well.
  4. Pour filling into unbaked pie shell.
  5. Bake 325 degrees for 1 hour.
  6. Pie freezes well

 

How do we pronounce pecan pie in the South?

It is true that in the south we pronounce pecan like pe-con.  The reason is that people in the south who grew up using an outhouse used a pee can during the night.  So, if you say pecan (pee can) a person who grew up in the south may bring you something besides pecans. Yes, I know what you must be thinking.  Too much information!  Well, this information was passed down by my father, his sisters and my husband’s grandparents.

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11 thoughts on “PECAN PIE THAT NEVER FAILS

  1. Hi there I just put your recipe for pecan pie in the oven.
    I roasted the pecans at 275 for about 10 minutes till my kitchen started to smell “nutty “. Good idea?
    Do you roast the nuts ?
    Can hardly wait to try it.
    Thank You sharing your rescipe.

    • Claire,

      Thank you for stopping by Recipes for our Daily Bread. I am also excited and Thankful when someone takes the time to leave me a comment. I hope you love this easy pecan pie. No, I have never toasted the pecan even though I love toasting them for many other recipes but never tried it in this pecan pie.

      I hope you had a great Thanksgiving!
      Many blessings,
      Diane Roark
      Diane Roark recently posted…HOW TO MAKE LOADED CHILI QUESO CHEESE DIPMy Profile

  2. Thanks for the recipe, but that’s simply not true about pronouncing pecan as “pee-con.” I live on land that has been in my family for eight generations in South Carolina and own pecan trees that are almost 100 years old in my yard. We have and will always pronounce it “pee-can,” and it doesn’t connote the chamberpot used by many in the South. Like all words, some are simply pronounced differently.

    • Carlyn,

      Thank you for stopping by my blog, Recipes for our Daily Bread. I appreciate you leaving me a comment. By the way, I love South Carolina, it is simply beautiful. I grew up in South Alabama. We too had lots of pecan trees. I am finding that the word pecan is pronounced differently all over the south and not just a north verses southern thing. It really depends on where you grew up.

      All I truly know is how much I LOVE PECANS. I am guessing you do too.

      I HOPE YOU HAVE A WONDERFUL THANKSGIVING!
      Thank you again for stopping by.
      Blessings,
      Diane Roark
      Diane Roark recently posted…HOW TO MAKE EDIBLE PECAN CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE DOUGHMy Profile

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