Pecan Chewies

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Pecan Chewies are the perfect recipe that's a combination of caramel-y blondies and pecans! They're a family favorites and are absolutely AMAZING!

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Y’all, these are seriously one of my most favorite desserts.  Now, I know I say that a lot, but I’m serious with this one.  This is one of the first things Heather ever made for me when we were dating and they’ve had a special place in my heart ever since then – not just because of the sentimental connection, but also because they’re absolutely amazing!

Pecan Chewies are the perfect recipe that's a combination of caramel-y blondies and pecans! They're a family favorites and are absolutely AMAZING!

If you love the butterscotch-y, caramel-y flavors of blondies, these things are going to blow your mind.  And they’re so easy!  It’s one of my classic dump and stir recipes. And though they might take a little while in the oven, you can whip these up super quickly.  They’re perfect for those nights when you realize you need to send something sweet to work or school the next day.  And once they taste them, they’ll think you slaved for hours over these babies.  Y’all enjoy!

Pecan Chewies are the perfect recipe that's a combination of caramel-y blondies and pecans! They're a family favorites and are absolutely AMAZING!

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Pecan Chewies
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 cup firmly packed light brown sugar
  • 2 eggs, well beaten
  • 2 cups self-rising flour
  • 1 cup chopped pecans
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 300°F and lightly spray a 13x9-inch baking dish with nonstick cooking spray. Melt butter, add sugars, and blend well by hand. Add beaten eggs, stir well. Add flour and stir until all lumps are gone. Add pecans and vanilla. Pour into the prepared baking dish.
  2. Bake approximately 40 to 50 minutes being cautious not to over cook. They will still be jiggly in the middle.

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  1. Heather says:

    How great would a couple of these be right now!!!!

  2. I make these too. Sometimes I make a caramel icing to put on them. Makes them even better.

  3. I made these the other night, but I only made half a batch. I though a full batch would be way too much for just me and the husband. WRONG! I should have made a full batch…they are addicting! Now I need to make more!

  4. Thea Langley says:

    These are the best! It was even tastier because Stacey made them! I will serve on any committee necessary to eat these tasty treats! Hopefully I will have time to make my own this weekend, probably not as good as stacey’s but I’ll give it my best shot!

  5. OMG, my grandmother used to make this for me and my sisters every summer when we came to spend our summer vacation with her.

  6. oh, oh my!! 🙂

  7. I found a recipe similar to this but it called for 4 eggs instead of 2, and it was called “cornbread cake”. To me it tasted more like a blondie, and that’s what we named it when I made it this morning at the bakery I bake for lol! It was just too confusing to call it by its given name! The front of house openers looked at me like I had two heads when I told them it was “cornbread”. Bless their hearts.

  8. Scrumptious, melt-in-your mouth favorite…who could resist!

  9. Someone said they made a caramel icing. Could you share the recipe?

  10. Shay Billings says:

    I have the exact recipe but it calls for 1/2 teaspoon of ground cinnamon. Have you ever baked these with cinnamon? It’s really delicious. Will have to try it without cinnamon for a change.

    Thank you for all the great recipes, hints, tricks and secrets. I love reading your blogs/posts too! 🙂

    • You’re so welcome, Shay! I have tried them with cinnamon and they are delicious! It’s a great way to completely change the flavor.

  11. Shay Billings says:

    I made these today. OMG …. I gotta get them out if the house. They are scrumptious. I could make myself sick eating them.

  12. O.M. GEE!!!!! These things are DELICIOUS! My husband and I ate half the pan this afternoon. Good lord have mercy! Went exactly by the recipe, wouldn’t change a thing. These things are a must try!

  13. My aunt makes these for me only addition is she sprinkles with powdered sugar. AMAZING!!!

  14. Shirley Lindsey says:

    Here’s a recipe I’ve had for many, many years. It is so close to yours.
    4 eggs, beaten
    1 box light brown sugar
    Melt this together in double boiler. When melted, remove from heat and add the vanilla
    1 t. vanilla
    2 C. Self Rising Flour
    2 C. Pecans chopped
    Add all together and bake in 13″X9″ pan at 300 degrees 40-45 minutes. Different ovens vary; just keep an eye on it. It will crack on top, but that’s natural.
    Notice there is no butter, or any kind of fat except the small amount in the eggs.

  15. Silly question, should the pecans be chopped up? I’ve never cooked/baked with pecans before (except to make pralines!), but this recipe intrigues me for some reason and I really want to give it a try!

  16. These Pecan Chewies are the best and SO easy to make!! I had forgotten about them until your facebook post today. Looks like I’ll be making them tonight!

  17. Stacey English says:

    Oh my, can’t wait to try these, and I love that these are all ingredients that I already keep on hand.

  18. Could you add butterscotch bites instead of pecans. I like pecans but, I cannot eat them sometimes. Thanks

  19. Is the oven temp correct? Seems very low

  20. My sweet mother in law gave me this recipe shortly before my husband and I were married. It is one of his favorite treats and making them always scores BIG points for me! The only thing I do differently is to slightly toast the pecans and allow them to cool before adding to the batter. It just adds another dimension of deliciousness to an already decadent dessert! I also chop some of the pecans and leave others halved. It provides a little surprise in every bite. Thanks, Stacey! Love your blog and all the recipes you share!

  21. These look so yummy! I love pecans so we will definitely need to try them.

  22. These look so delicious and remind me of a Chewy Cake Recipe my Aunt made! I love all the flavors of the pecans and buttery yumminess in this! Can’t wait to try this recipe!

  23. Rebecca says:

    Have you tried freezing them?

  24. Do you think walnuts would be good instead of pecans? Love pecans but none on hand.

  25. I toasted the pecans and added a handful of dried cranberries . The cakes are irresistible , one batch is not enough . Thank you so much for this great recipe

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