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Maple Butter Pecan Cookies

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1 cup (2 sticks room temperature) Butter unsalted
1/2 cup (106 g) Light brown sugar
1/2 cup (99 g) Sugar white
2 TBSP Pure maple syrup
2 Eggs
1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
3 cups (360 g) All purpose flour
2 tsp Baking powder
1/2 tsp Kosher Salt
1 tsp Ground cinnamon
1 - 1/2 cup roasted Pecans

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Maple Butter Pecan Cookies

The taste of maple and pecans are perfect together. Add the light brown sugar, and it is a beautiful beginning to fall.





It is August 30th, and I am in the mood for fall. I am just waiting patiently for the cooler weather and the allergy season to be over. Still have some wonderful pecans left in my refrigerator that I want to use, I grabbed them for this recipe. I freeze my bags of pecans, which stay good for one year. They only stay fresh for a couple of months after you take them out of the freezer. Deciding to put a twist to Butter Pecan Cookies, I thought fall and maple syrup.

I try and get good maple syrup when I go to the store, and this time I am trying a bourbon flavored. It has a rich sweet taste, and it is becoming my favorite. Since I can’t go into my backyard and tap a tree to make my own, the store-bought will have to do. So getting a perfect tasting jar of maple syrup is parliament to a great cookie. If you ever wondered what the process is to get maple sugar, please visit this site for all the detail. How to make Maple Syrup

The type of pecans used and toasted for this cookie is Elliot Pecans.  For the pecans to stand out in the cookies, I did a rough chop, so the pieces were not small but chunky. You want to taste the pecans when you bite into the cookie. Between a 1 cup of butter and 1-1/2 cups of pecans, you taste both—what an excellent combination.

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Turn the oven on to 350°. Add the pecans to a small flat baking sheet pan and bake for 3 -5 minutes. Leave the oven on for baking the cookies. I used pecan halves, then after I roasted them, I did a rough chop, so they are pretty large pieces. You can use pecan pieces, but I like mine pecans chunky. Set them aside. Measure your light brown and white sugars into a bowl and set that aside. I then measure the flour, salt, cinnamon, and baking powder into a bowl and run a whisk through to blend.


In a stand or hand-held mixer, add the butter and both sugars blending on medium speed till it is light in color. The butter and sugar should look thoroughly mixed. I turn the mixer off and scrape the sides and across the bottom. Add the maple syrup and vanilla extract and incorporate these into the butter-sugar mixture. Now you can do this whichever way you want, but I always break one egg into a small bowl and then add to the cookie dough. It never fails that when I crack an egg on the side of the mixer bowl, some eggshell always ends up in the dough. So add one egg and mix, then add the second egg and incorporate.


Turn the mixer off and scrape down sides and bottom. Turn the mixer to a low speed and gradually add the flour mixture. Take the bowl off the mixer stand and add the pecans and fold into the cookie dough. Cover loosely and refrigerate for 30 minutes. Line 2 cookie sheet pans with parchment paper and using a medium cookie scoop place 12 scoops onto a pan about 2 inches apart. Bake for 11 - 13 minutes. Transfer to a cooling rack once they come out of the oven.


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These cookies were delicious, thank you for sharing them with me. I will be making them next weekend. Love your recipies!!!

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