Thursday, October 24, 2019

crock pot candied pecans for gifting & enjoying

I have a really easy crock pot recipe for you today, which can also double as a great gift. 

I love the idea of sending dinner guests home with something. This recipe is perfect for that. 
These candied pecans would also be a really sweet house warming gift to give, or even a good teacher gift. 

I personally will be sending my family at Thanksgiving home with these candied pecans.

The presentation is so easy. 




HOW TO MAKE CANDIED PECAN GIFT JARS:

You will only need a few things for this project/recipe.
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Jars
Ribbon
Label maker

and of course, the recipe at the end of this post.

Cook the recipe according to directions and let the pecans cool.

Basically you throw a couple ingredients in a crockpot and walk away for 3 hours, how easy is that?

While the pecans are cooking and making your house smell delicious, prepare your jars.

I like to wash mine in hot water to sanitize before using. 

When they are fully dry, add your label to the jar. You can simply type out, "Candied Pecans" or make a more personal message. "Candied Pecans from the kitchen of...."




Fill your jar with the pecans and tie a ribbon around the top.



If you want, you can also place a message on the top of the jar. 




Super easy and whoever gets these as a gift will feel special that you went the extra mile to create something home made for them. 


easy crock pot candied pecans

prep time: 10 Mcook time: 3 hourtotal time: 3 H & 10 M

ingredients:

  • 1 cup sugar 
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1 tsp. cinnamon
  • 1 tsp. cloves
  • 1 tsp. salt
  • 2 egg whites
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • 6 cups pecans
  •  non stick cooking spray or liner for crock pot

instructions:

How to cook easy crock pot candied pecans

  1. Mix cinnamon, sugar, cloves, and salt and set aside.
  2. In another bowl beat egg whites and vanilla until frothy.
  3. Spray your crock pot with nonstick spray and add pecans.
  4. Pour egg white mixture over them until they are coated.
  5. Pour the sugar mixture on,  stirring until evenly coated.
  6. Cook on LOW for 3 hours, gently stirring every half hour.
  7. If the sugar is not dissolving, add 1 tablespoon water at a time. 
  8. When done cooking let cool in a single layer before sharing and indulging.   
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How about some more easy fall crockpot recipes? I personally love the thought of throwing a bunch of ingredients in a dish, going about my day, and coming home to dinner being ready. 







xoxo 

4 comments:

Sarah | Grace In My Space said...

This is such an awesome gift idea! Thanks for the recipe!

Sarah | Grace In My Space said...

This is such a great gift idea! Thanks for the recipe!

Tana - Your Marketing BFF said...

I love this gift idea... my neighbors will be thanking you!

Tana - Your Marketing BFF said...

Love this gift idea...my neighbors will be thanking you!

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