Caramel Pecan Bars have a buttery crust and an ooey gooey layer of caramel, studded with pecans. If you can stop at one bar, I’ll be shocked!
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You guys. YOU GUYS. Just feast your eyes on these delectable treats! One of the first to come out of a kitchen I can call officially mine. Aren’t they pretty?
There’s something about cooking in a kitchen that’s all your own, where everything is exactly where you want it, and nothing’s had time to get disorganized. It’s pretty darn special, and I can’t tell you enough how grateful I am for the opportunity to do so.
When we moved, we decided to pretty much donate and give away all the food we had at the old place in Toledo. We didn’t want to move it all two hours away, only to have the same level of disorganization follow us to the new place.
Yes, it was an expensive choice to make, but I also feel like it starts us off on the right foot for keeping our new home exactly the way we want it in the long run. And building up the pantry? Has been a food blogger’s dream.
Case in point, these Fisher Pecans. They’re some of my favorite nuts to bake and cook with (they’re AH-mazing in salads), so I always have them on-hand. What I’m really diggin’, as I organize my pantry, is Fisher’s handy, stand-up, ziptop bag. The nuts stay fresh, I can see just how much I’ve got left, and I don’t need any extraneous containers, boxes, or bags. Makes my Type-A heart sing, you know what I’m sayin’?
Back to those bars. You have to make them. Like, right now. Imagine a gooey caramel shortbread. Now make it a thousand times more delicious by adding crispy, crunchy pecan pieces. Yup. That’s what I’m talking about. Things just got ridiculous.
These Caramel Pecan Bars are, from top to bottom – buttery crust, pecans, chocolate chips, ooey gooey caramel and pecans, then more, crumbly deliciousness to make a fantastic crumb topping.
If you can stop at one bar – color me impressed.