The taste of classic pecan pie gets a makeover in these gluten-free pecan squares. They’re guaranteed to please every guest at your holiday table!
My husband and I differ in our preference for what we snag off the dessert table.
I’m not talking chocolate vs fruit or hot vs cold. I’m talking utensil vs fingers.
He insists the best holiday dessert is the one you can pick up with your fingers. Bar cookies, brownies, cookies… you get the picture.
In my humble opinion, he’s clearly wrong. I believe the best holiday classic dessert has to be one that requires a cake server, pie plate, knife, etc. I also think it must need a spoon or fork to eat it.
BUT… being the compassionate cook that I am, over the years I’ve pushed my dessert comfort zone to a place of finger-held dessert inclusion. I mean, marriage is after all full of compromise, right?
So to honor his favorite handheld Thanksgiving dessert, pecan pie squares, I’ve given it a spiffy gluten-free makeover. But don’t be wary of these gluten-free pecan pie bars if you’re not a gluten-free eater… they’re so good, everyone will enjoy them.
As with most of my recipes, they’re not complicated… a must, in my opinion, for the holiday season… or any time of year!
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