Ann and Fran H. kindly agreed to bake these cookies for the Cake Walk at Redeemer (p. 100). I’ve always liked pecan sandies, but I was only familiar with the Keebler version. My mom used to buy them when I was growing up. I always loved their rich, buttery flavor. If you’re interested in making a “copy” of the Keebler version, here’s an interesting-looking recipe.
This reminds me of years ago when people started passing around the Neiman-Marcus cookie recipe. Does anyone remember this? It was pre-internet days when the idea of getting a secret recipe was quite shocking. Now there are loads of these:
Whatever your favorite restaurant foods, you can probably search and find some copy of it online.
Anyhow, here is the final product of the pecan sandies. Ann suggests making teaspoonful-size cookies on the cookie sheet so they don’t come out too large.