Top Rated Praline Recipes

Volunteer to bring this simple and fabulous sweet potato dish for your next holiday meal. And don’t save for only Thanksgiving — eat it all year-round. 
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These cookies are both crisp and chewy. They can be frozen after they're iced for real convenience. With two small children, that's a great way to have my baking done ahead of time for holidays or special occasions. For more recipes, visit Taste of Home
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Peach yogurt, brown sugar and pecans create the wow in yummy pancakes with a matching syrup.
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Praline-Cayenne Bacon
Wonderfully gooey and indulgent, this classic combination of sweet and salt makes it the perfect partner for cocktails. You can also cut it into pieces and use it as a garnish for salads.Excerpted from Essential Emeril: Favorite Recipes and Hard-Won Wisdom From My Life in the Kitchen by Emeril Lagasse. Copyright © 2015 Emeril Lagasse dba MSLO Acquisition sub, LLC. Reprinted with permission from Oxmoor House, an imprint of Time Inc. Books. All rights reserved.
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This melt-in-your mouth coffeecake starts with a time-honored family pantry staple, biscuit baking mix. It's my favorite of yam recipes — I love the naturally sweet yams that are given a hint of tart from the cranberries. This makes a great breakfast treat the morning after Thanksgiving, too. 
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Lime Custard Pie with Basil Cream and Pistachio Praline
You’ll be amazed how tangy lime and sweet basil complement each other. Note that the cream and the praline need to be made ahead.Reprinted with permission from Magpie © 2015 by Holly Ricciardi, Running Press, a member of the Perseus Books Group.
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This delicious cocktail is created by The Grill Room at The Windsor Court Hotel, New Orleans.
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This traditional cake incorporates a light dough combined with praline flavors.
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Nutty clusters atop a chocolate glazed cake doughnut, inspired by Just a Taste.
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no bake cookies
Put a sweet twist on this beloved Southern treat. Mix coconut and cinnamon into the classic pecan praline recipe.
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Sweet Orange and Fig Salad
It is usual to leave the figs whole, just cut down almost to the base, but I like them cut completely in half here as it makes for an easier assemblage on the plate.You can double the amount of praline if you like as it’s lovely to snack on. Alternatively, you can miss it out altogether and just lightly toast some pistachios or perhaps some hazelnuts instead. — Catherine Phipps , author of Citrus If you love ricotta, why not make you own? For the Homemade Ricotta recipe, click here.
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Yams
This is based on a family recipe from my mother. The pecan crust lends a nice crunch to the yams, and the spices add a touch of refinement. Click here to see The Perfect Christmas Dinner.
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