Southern Praline Sauce

Big Texas Welcome to today’s Guest Poster – Cindy, from Skip To My Lou

Hi, I’m Cindy from Skip to my Lou! Please come visit me for crafty tutorials, handmade gift ideas, teacher appreciation ideas, sewing patterns and recipes! This super simple praline sauce is the perfect topping for ice cream and makes a yummy gift! Since this sauce is made in the microwave you will have your homemade gifts done in no time!

Southern Praline Sauce

1 1/4 cups chopped pecans 7 Tablespoons butter (divided) 1 1/2 cups brown sugar 3 Tablespoons flour 3/4 cup light corn syrup 2/3 cup evaporated milk Makes 3 cups of sauce. Place chopped pecans in a microwave dish with 3 Tablespoons butter. Cook for 8 – 10 minutes, stirring twice. Watch the pecans closely to not burn them.

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In another microwave safe bowl (I use a glass batter bowl because it has a lip for pouring) place remaining butter and heat until melted. Whisk in brown sugar, flour, and light corn syrup until blended. Cook on high 6-8 minutes, stirring twice, until the sugar is dissolved.

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Add in 2/3 cup evaporated milk and the pecans, stir well.

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Pour into jars.

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Add a tag and bow and you have made some sweet little gifts! Consider packaging with a cool ice cream scoop to make it extra special. Put instructions on the back of the tag to keep sauce refrigerated and to reheat slightly in microwave to pour over ice cream.

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YUM! Refrigerate sauce. Sauce will last 3 weeks in the refrigerator once opened and a couple of month un-opened! You might also like to make Homemade Irish Cream, Hot Pepper Relish or Caramel Corn

 

Southern Praline Sauce

Southern Praline Sauce

Wonderful Southern Praline Sauce recipe by Cindy, Skip To My Lou

Ingredients

  • 1 1/4 cups chopped pecans
  • 7 Tablespoons butter (divided)
  • 1 1/2 cups brown sugar
  • 3 Tablespoons flour
  • 3/4 cup light corn syrup
  • 2/3 cup evaporated milk

Instructions

  1. Place chopped pecans in a microwave dish with 3 Tablespoons butter.
  2. Cook for 8 – 10 minutes, stirring twice. Watch the pecans closely to not burn them.
  3. In another microwave safe bowl (I use a glass batter bowl because it has a lip for pouring) place remaining butter and heat until melted.
  4. Whisk in brown sugar, flour, and light corn syrup until blended.
  5. Cook on high 6-8 minutes, stirring twice, until the sugar is dissolved.
  6. Add in 2/3 cup evaporated milk and the pecans, stir well
  7. Pour into jars.
  8. Add a tag and bow and you have made some sweet little gifts! Consider packaging with a cool ice cream scoop to make it extra special. Put instructions on the back of the tag to keep sauce refrigerated and to reheat slightly in microwave to pour over ice cream. Sauce will last 3 weeks in the refrigerator once opened and a couple of month un-opened!
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Comments

  1. vicki says

    MMM MMM This looks so yummy bet it is good on everythiing i mean other things lol I do not cook/bake as much in the summer. These cooler mornings have me starting my search for new goodies to make, apples on on the list and looks like ice cream is too now. I love the fall and all it brings with it.

  2. Jenny says

    Love the Praline Sauce. Where did you find those cute jars to put it in?

    Thanks for all the posts…..love it all!!!!!!

    Jenny

  3. says

    omgosh! This is an answer to my prayers! We love us some pralines and cream ice cream (gotta love the Blue Bell!) but, we can’t always get it here. This would probably beat that in taste AND we could have it whenever we get that hankerin’ for some ice cream! Gonna try this tonight!
    Where DID you find those jars? I love fancy canning jars!

  4. Vicki says

    I don’t know if my microwave is higher powered than the one Cindy used, but if I cooked as long as time directed, I would have burned all of it. I actually cooked on half power. Just keep an eye on it. It is definitely worth it, though!

  5. Crystal Rasmussen says

    Love this! I have made it twice as gifts. I do a double batch and I fill 8 half-pint jars. Everyone loves it, and Illove how easy it is to make! This last time I added a little cinnamon.

  6. CassiM says

    Oh my goodness gracious was this ever good! I made this for Christmas gifts for my parents and brother and they were in love! You should be selling this stuff! So so good! Thank you!

  7. JoAnna says

    Made this to give away in my Christmas baskets and it is amazing. I gave some to a friend and she called me to tell me she was eating it cold right out of the fridge so it must have been good. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Miss Ree says

    Pinned this a while back and just made this weekend on the stovetop sans flour. It never made it into the jars because my children and I kept dipping our spoons in and finding anything and everything to dip in this delectable concoction! The next time will take all my will power to actually get it into the jars to give away! Thanks for the fabulous recipe!

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