Browse by
Browse by
Browse by
Browse by
Pralines
Tested by Imperial Sugar
Pralines
Recipe Review
Click star to rate
Please share your comments about this recipe
Recipe comments are reviewed before publishing, Please allow several days for your review to appear.
2 | Sign in to rate this recipe

Creamy pecan pralines are a traditional southern treat made with sugar, pecans, butter and vanilla. With this simple recipe you just melt, mix and drop onto wax paper.

Prep time
0:20
Yield
16 - 18 pralines

Print Print recipe

Email Email a friend
Sign in to post a comment

Pralines
Extra Fine Granulated Sugar
Dark Brown Sugar
Prep time :
0:20
Yield :
16 - 18 pralines

INGREDIENTS

DIRECTIONS

  1. In a saucepan over medium heat, combine sugars, half and half and butter. Using a heat resistant or wood spatula stir mixture to 232°F.
  2. At 230°F add remaining ingredients and stir to 237°F. Remove from heat and let mixture cool undisturbed and uncovered to 214°F.
  3. At 212°F stir mixture for a few seconds and drop tablespoons full on wax paper or on a silicone baking mat. Let harden.

Note: If the mixture firms or becomes crystallized before it was dropped, reheat the mixture with a few drops of water. Let cool slightly and drop on wax paper.

IMPERIAL SUGAR INSIGHT

To make good pralines, a candy or a digital kitchen thermometer is essential.

Shout Out To Our Baking Friends
    ::    Kristie G    ::    Karen B    ::    tracy m    ::    Kay N    ::    dawnakesha s    ::    Dena W    ::    Elizabeth M    ::    barone1    ::    S    ::    Ranie H    ::    Amber Kallam    ::    Lorenzo    ::    Anna Marie W    ::    Fai Port    ::    Kimberly P    ::    Chris W    ::    Constance    ::    Terry H    ::    Laura S    ::    Rick H
Trusted by home bakers since 1843
Imperial Sugar sugar bag

Sign up today for our free newsletter. Get exclusive recipes and coupons!

© 2012-2014 Imperial Sugar. All rights reserved. All Imperial Sugar branded products are the registered marks of the Imperial Sugar Company.