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Pecan Pie in a Jar

Thanksgiving be coming, y’all!  Like I had to remind you.

What kinda pies are you making?  Pumpkin?  Check.  Chocolate Pecan?  Check.  Pie in a Jar?  Um, say what?

To be clear: this has nothing to do with mason jars; I think we all know how I feel about food in a jar.

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This Pie in a Jar is something altogether different and it’s from a Texas company.  YeeHa!

Pecan Pie In a Jar

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Pie. In. A. Jar.  Oh, my word.

Product Description

We have fallen in love with The Great San Saba River Pecan Pie Filling! We first tried it at the Atlanta Americas Mart where it took the Blue Ribbon for best dessert. One bite and it may become your favorite pecan pie too! It is as simple as Pie to make- just add eggs to the mix, pour that into a pie crust, and you have an amazing homemade Pecan Pie. You can also make your own pie crust with the recipe provided on the fold-out label. At the Great San Saba River Pecan Company approximately 10,000 pecan trees grow in a park-like setting bounded by the San Saba River. Located in the Hill Country of Central Texas, this is where all the pecans for this pie are picked.

They had me at San Saba River.  Such a beautiful place.

Let me testify for a moment about my great state.  If you’ve never had a Pecan Pie made with Texas pecans (puh-kahns), you are missing a culinary treat.  For. The. Realz.  (< you know it’s serious biznezz when I add a “z” to a word.)

San Antonio is considered to be the foothills to the Hill Country and many of us have made day trips into the Hill Country to enjoy the beauty and the food. If you ever get the honor of visiting Texas, I hope you get to see and enjoy the Hill Country.

Back to the pie!

Remember how I mentioned that chocolate pecan pie up at the top?  I love my recipe, but if you don’t have a go-to, guess what?

That’s right, Chocolate Pecan Pie in a Jar!

Chocolate Pecan Pie in a Jar

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I think my work is done here.

One more thing, my babies: know someone who is just venturing into baking or do you need a fun something a stocking or under the tree?   Pie in a Jar.  A delicious gift.

Happy Holiday Pie in a Jar makin’, y’all!

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Bohemian Babushka (@BBabushka)

Saturday 8th of November 2014

Why do you not weigh 400 pounds??? First the Honey Glaze and now this? Thou art evil; has anyone told you that before?? ; ) BB2U

Patti Tucker

Saturday 8th of November 2014

Yes, I have been told (and asked) that before...hahaha! Y'all know I gots to bring all the best to you guys.

Audrey

Tuesday 4th of November 2014

Do you need to add the eggs and bake it in a pie crust or can I just sneak downstairs when everyone else is in bed and get a spoon and eat it straight out of the jar?!

Oh, uh, never mind. I'd make a pie and share it with my loving family.

Patti Tucker

Tuesday 4th of November 2014

I'm going with a spoon, but if you think your family is worth sharing with, that's totally your call. ;)

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti

Monday 3rd of November 2014

What a nice time saver! I love pecan pie!

Mo at Mocadeaux

Wednesday 29th of October 2014

Pecan pie is my husband's absolute favorite. This is right up his alley and will definitely be in his Christmas stocking this year! Probably the original rather than the chocolate, though - he is a bit of a pecan pie purist.

Patti Tucker

Wednesday 29th of October 2014

Love me a pie purist. Lucky man!

She Rocks Fitness

Wednesday 29th of October 2014

I guess this Jersey girl needs to try out some Texas Pecans....

Patti Tucker

Wednesday 29th of October 2014

We used to eat them on our way to and from school because of the abundance of trees in our neighborhood. Yum.