Island Pecan Pie: Your Classic Pie with a Tropical Touch

My family loves pecan pie. Even though a lot of people associate pecan pies with autumn and winter, we love making it whenever we can regardless of the season. We also like to experiment with the classic recipe and add ingredients to make the pie more interesting. One of those discoveries is this island pecan pie.

This particular pecan pie recipe is still the same old pecan pie with one slight difference: the pie filling has crushed pineapples and coconut flakes. The difference may be slight, but the impact is amazing. It gives the traditional pie a sweet and refreshing tropical touch.

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Author: John Tarver

How did I attend the University of Colorado, play in the NFL and in end up with a recipe site? Now as a retiree I have stumbled upon a new found love, the art of cooking. Read more about me here

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    • Really good but recipe is for 2 pie shells baked it twice and everyone loves it

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