This rich, gooey, caramel-like frosting is arguably the best part of a German chocolate cake. The chewiness of the shredded coconut paired with the crunch of the pecans and the sweetness of the evaporated milk makes for a frosting and filling that can be eaten by the spoonful.
These little bite-sized pecan pies are one of my absolute favorites. They are a festive addition and will provide some visual variety to any dessert spread or cookie platter.
This pumpkin pie-spiced granola makes the perfect seasonal granola for autumn but it is appropriate all year long because the pumpkin flavor is not overpowering.
This salad is light and refreshing without being overly sweet. I love the fact that because the salad is loaded with fruits and candied pecans, you don't have to use much salad dressing at all.
My sister-in-law came up with this idea when she was experimenting with some leftover Easy Pizza Crust dough. It reminds me of the dessert pizza we would order at pizza parlors when I was little but it's better because you can control how much sugar and butter you add.