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Super Easy 4 Ingredient Microwave Pecan Pralines !!

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  • Hands-On Time: 20 Minutes
  • Total Time: 20 Minutes
  • Servings:
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Ingredients

  • 1 Cup Heavy Whipping Cream
  • 2 Cups Light Brown Sugar
  • 2 Cups Pecans (I like the pecan pieces but you can use whatever you prefer)
  • 2 Tsp Butter

Baking Instructions

  1. In Medium Bowl- Put whipping cream & brown sugar together & stir, then put in microwave for 12 minutes & when you get it out of microwave stir in butter & keep stirring (you'll feel it getting thicker) then stir in pecans really good & place by spoonfuls on wax paper & let cool!!
  2. *SO EASY!! THEY WILL GET FIRM AS THEY START TO COOL.
  3. (if you have a really powerful microwave you may want to shave off a few minutes but for most microwaves it's 12 minutes)

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Fresh or Dryied Sticky Ingredients

Fresh or Dryied Sticky Ingredients

I use a mini chopper/grinder to process fruit to the desired size for the recipe. I reserve a little of the flour or other dry ingredient (Not Salt) to coat the ingredient before chopping. It helps to keep it separated and process to the correct size. I don't use salt as it tends to draw the moisture out of any item and makes it clump or ruin the consistency of the recipe.


One tip to prevent cake from humping in the middle.

One tip to prevent cake from humping in the middle.

Using terry cloth strips measure the length of the the entire pan you will be baking with. (Any size pan such as 9✖️13.) the cloth must be as long as the pan and as wide as it. Take the strip and dampen it throughly make shure they overlap a little bit. Make sure you have this done before using the batter. Pin them around the pan the dampness will keep the cake baking for a couple more minuets but it will still prevent the cake from humping in the middle. (Larger cakes tend to hump up more) so it helps to keep it on the same level.





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