Pecan pie in a bite size bar!Pecan pie bars are all the deliciousness of pecan pie but without the mess of making pie crust. This recipe from Just a taste is light, flaky, and so very easy to make that even if you are pie crust challenged.They are perfect for a party, office birthday, or any other celebration where you need to bring a dessert along.They’re really sweet but aren’t all pecan pies? Continue reading (15)
This is easy fruit cake recipe and the cake stays moist for a couple of days.I found this Peach Cake from All recipes,it is delicious like pie.The cake itself is incredibly tender and moist. Plus, yummy little pieces of pecans bits add such an incredible taste and texture, making this cake one you won’t soon forget. Continue reading (375)
This Preacher’s Cake from Good Food Gourmet is a rich moist cake that can be made quickly for any occasion.
With a thick layer of cream cheese frosting and a “secret ingredient” of pineapple, here’s an easy cake recipe that might fit the bill.The pineapple makes for a deliciously ooey-gooey cake, but it isn’t at all overbearing.
It’s simple, delicious, and even freezes well. Continue reading (621)
A very easy Pineapple Pecan Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting from Key Ingredient is
combination pineapple and pecan and it is topped with cream cheese frosting.This pineapple cake quickly caught my attention. You know the kind, put the ingredients into a bowl and mix, pour in pan and bake. If you need something fast this just might be what you are looking for.The batter was sooooo yummy – full of fresh pineapple flavor! This dessert is delicious and is a comfort dessert at its finest! Continue reading (1593)
This Turtle Cake by Nana’s Recipe Box is a turtle cake recipe that mentions using German cake mix as the base with frostings of chocolate chips, caramels and pecans.
And the taste?Gorgeously lofty, with three layers of dark chocolate cake, smothered with rich fudgy frosting, creamy caramel, and crispy pecans.
I will forever associate this amazing Turtle Cake with birthday celebrations. Continue reading (1250)