Recipe: Maple Pecan Pie Bars (No Corn Syrup)

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Sometimes I get the craving for a pecan pie, but I’m not always up for making a pie crust. This simple recipe for Pecan Pie Bars are one part bar, one part cookie, one part pie and can be baked up oh so easily.

These guys are rich and nutty and decadent! None of that “too much filling and not enough pecans” syndrome that some pecan pies can suffer from.

But, what’s best about this recipe? We use natural sweeteners like maple syrup and honey in place of corn syrup – a common ingredient in most traditional pecan pie style recipes that you might be looking to avoid.

So, if you like pecan pies that are more about the pecans than the filling and you prefer to use natural sweeteners like maple syrup and honey rather than corn syrup, give these bars a try.  I think you’ll love them as much as I do.

Just a warning! While baking these bars, your house will smell like pecan heaven!

Maple Pecan Pie Bars Recipe with No Corn Syrup stacked in three's on a table with wax paper

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Maple Pecan Pie Bars (No Corn Syrup)

Maple Pecan Pie Bars with absolutely no corn syrup! Easier than traditional pecan pie, but just as delicious!