How To Make Buttermilk Pecan Pralines
If you have a sweet tooth, the words buttermilk, pecan, and praline will probably appeal to you. So, what if I told you I found a recipe that has all three of those words in the title? You’d probably be pretty excited, right? I know I am! This recipe is so decadent and sweet, I think you might have to hide the batch from your family.
Southern Living created a recipe for buttermilk pecan pralines, which has its roots in New Orleans. And if you’ve ever been to New Orleans before, you don’t need me to tell you that every single food that comes out of New Orleans is absolutely delicious.
Southern Living describes these pralines as “simultaneously crunchy, creamy, fudgy, and sweet—and a true American classic.” I don’t need to hear much else – I’m sold! To make shaping the pralines easier, you can use paper cups, and later remove them once the pralines have set.
So without further delay, click here for this mouthwatering recipe from Southern Living. Once you’ve tried this recipe for yourself, I doubt you’ll ever want to eat a store-bought version again. The only difficult thing about this recipe is finding out where to hide the pralines from the people you live with!