Pecan Praline Bar Recipe

It's raining big time today, which means it's a good day for baking! I don't know what it is about rainy weather and wanting to bake things, but hey, to each her own. I'm planning on making a batch of these puppies as soon as I get off work today.

Mrs. Susan Holifield makes these addictive little sweets called Praline Pecan Bars and they are amazing! I've gotten so many requests for this recipe lately that I thought I would post it here.

Warning: They are extremely addictive and it's impossible to eat just one!


1 box graham crackers
1 cup packed brown sugar
2 sticks (1 cup) real butter
1 tsp. vanilla
1 cup chopped pecans

1. Break crackers up into 4 smaller pieces (per cracker). Place crackers on a 10 x 15, aluminum foil lined cookie sheet.
2. Bring sugar, butter and vanilla to a boil for 1 minute, 30 seconds. Add nuts. Pour mixture on top of the crackers and spread evenly.
3. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
4. Bake for 7-8 minutes. Cool for a few minutes on pan, then remove cookies from pan and cool on a wire rack.


  1. These do look YUMMY. I will have to make them soon. I'll let you know how we like them here!

    You should include this is MckLinky's blog hop today - it's favorite recipes. If you go to my post for today, the link list is at the end of the post and you can add your name and link to this recipe!

  2. Hi Kari! I hope you enjoy making the Pecan Praline Bars, they are DELICIOUS!

    I added my link to McLinky, so hopefully others will find this recipe, too! I checked out your blog as well, so cute!

  3. This looks great!!! I cant wait to try them!! Thanks, I'm always looking for a good recipe!!
    Angie@Angie's Daily News

  4. Those will certainly be addictive if they are honey praline bars! Sorry, honey lover here. LOL. I will also try this recipe because I can see that the feedback is very, very good. Can't wait to try this one!

  5. Oh boy! I love pecan nuts! But before I'll make a variation of this recipe, I want to try out your recipe. I hope the pecan nuts work well with raw orange blossom honey since I also love honey.


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