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    Crock pot sugared pecans. . .the smell in your house alone is divine!

    crock pot cinnamon pecans

    Christmas goodies - cinnamon sugar pecans

    The gentleman who gave me this recipe told me he’d been making candy for over 45 years and this was the Billion Dollar Bar as far as he was concerned. He’d made divinity, all sorts of fudge, tempered chocolate, spun sugar, and pulled taffy, but this is his favorite.

    2 lb. Chicken tenderloin chunks 1 cup pineapple juice ½ cup brown sugar ⅓ cup soy sauce Combine all together, cook on low in Crock-pot 6-8 hours. Always looking for new/easy chicken dishes.

    Candied Pecans Recipe on twopeasandtheirpo... They are a great topping for salads, main dishes, desserts, and make a great gift too!

    Sugar Coated Pecans

    Someone's Aunt Missy's Iced Pecans Recipe

    Crock Pot Chicken Enchilada Casserole needed new crockpot recipes, this looks tasty!

    Freezer Crock Pot Meals

    New Orleans Creamy Pecan Pralines by Emeril Lagasse. Easy to make and delicious.

    Cinnamon Sugar Roasted Pecans. Make these and your house will smell AMAZING for guests!! These are a must in our house at Christmas.

    Cinnamon Honey Butter from The Food Charlatan // This easy to make spread can be used to top rolls on Thanksgiving, or be given away as neighbor gifts for Christmas!

    Saltine Cracker English Toffee- a great gift idea for neighbors, co-workers, and friends! SixSistersStuff.com

    brown sugar garlic chicken crock pot

    These classic holiday Snowdrop Cookies, sometimes called Russian Tea Cakes, are simple and delicate with the flavor of almonds or pecans and confectioner’s sugar. #recipes #christmas #thanksgiving #desserts

    Crock Pot Peach Cobbler! So easy to make and tastes amazing!

    CHOCOLATE DIPPING TIP: Take a large Crock Pot and fill it about half way with hot water. Turn the Crock Pot on high to keep the water hot. Find a smaller bowl that will fit into the crock pot. Melt your chocolate and transfer it to the inner bowl. This method will keep your chocolate nice and melted for you while you coat your cookies/candies/cake pops/etc. Genius strikes again!!!