This Pecan Slab Pie is a great way to feed a large crowd a delicious favorite, pecan pie. Perfect for the holidays or for no reason at all. This Pecan Pie is perfect in every way for any day.
Are you looking for a new way to make a holiday favorite? This sheet pan pecan pie is a fantastic way to make this holiday pie differently. Sheet pan recipes are becoming wildly popular with people all over. A sheet pan recipe minimizes the time involved in making your favorite recipes, such as the traditional pecan pie you're used to eating during the holiday season.
What Is Pecan Pie Made Of?
Pecan pie is made of mostly pecans, brown sugar, eggs, and butter with some other ingredients as listed below. This is why sheet pan pecan pie has a lot of calories per serving and tends to be known as a fattening holiday treat.
But who’s counting calories???
I say you only live once, so why not indulge your senses in just one little slice of this sheet pan pecan pie this fall and winter holiday season?!
But if some reason you are counting calories, Sheet Pan Apple Pie might be more of your jam. And it won’t hurt to have both on deck for your next family gathering.
How Do I Know If Pecan Pie Is Done?
When sheet pan pecan pie is done it will have a caramelized look to it. Make sure your pecan pie has the perfect amount of jiggle, and that the crust is a medium golden color.
If all three of these factors have been met, then the chances are high that your pecan pie is done.
How Long Does It Take For A Pecan Slab Pie To Cool?
While you may be tempted to bite right into this fresh sheet pan pecan pie, you'll want to make sure the pie is cooled down enough before grabbing yourself a bite.
Pecan pie can take up to two hours to cool completely, as the pie filling will continue to “cook” as it's resting from being taken out of the oven.
So it is worth noting that you should be sure to plan your sheet pan pecan pie for a two hour cool down time before serving it to guests. This ensures that the pecan pie is fully cooked and cooled enough to bit into.
Making pecan pie is something that many families look forward to during the holidays.
With many families gathering together to enjoy a huge feast of food, conversations, and laughter, this pecan slab pie made on a sheet pan will add a delicious dessert idea as well as a good conversational starter for families who're gathering together this holiday season.
Do You Need To Refrigerate Pecan Pie?
If pecan pie is left at room temperature for too long, it can grow bacteria.
This is why you should refrigerate sheet pan pecan pie within a few hours of having served it to family. Keeping your pecan pie refrigerated when it's warm still, is perfectly fine.
How Do You Reheat Pecan Pie?
You can reheat this pecan pie recipe by placing the cookie sheet into a 200 degrees Fahrenheit preheated oven for about 10 minutes.
Be careful when removing the reheated sheet pan pecan pie from the oven, even though it is a low temperature, the pie will be hot!
Gather up your ingredients, follow the instructions and get your taste buds prepared for this decadent pecan slab pie today!
How Do I Make Sheet Pan Pecan Pie?
Below you'll find the list of ingredients and instructions to learn how to make your own sheet pan pecan pie for the family, a holiday gathering or just for fun.