Pecan Pie Bars

These Pecan Pie Bars originally come from a newspaper clipping my mom cut out years ago. The recipe was invented by Pearl Hall, a local to the Seattle area. Bob Barker chose her as the winner of the 1971 Pillsbury Bake-Off finals, and she won $25,000!

An updated version of the recipe is still up on Pillsbury’s website. I followed the recipe exactly, so I’ll send you straight to the source. You can find it here: http://www.pillsbury.com/recipes/pecan-pie-surprise-bars/41725c25-fe7a-46bf-8b36-4d909b5ec97a.

I know sometimes boxed cake mixes have a distinct flavor. However, when they’re properly used in a recipe, they enhance the dessert and lend it a gooey scrumptiousness. (Take Lemon Gooey Butter Cookies for example.)

I was making two desserts at once and forgot to take pictures of the process. The extra photos aren’t really needed though – this recipe is so simple and easy to make! I absolutely recommend you add it to your holiday menu.

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