These pecan tassie recipes are lovely for get-togethers and parties. You will love the flavors like pecans, cream cheese, brown sugar, and more. Make large batches for events like brunch, baby showers, wedding parties, and more.
These desserts are delicious when they are baked the day before. You can make the filling up to three days in advance with a variety of different flavors.
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You might want to double the recipe for these pecan tassies if you’re taking them to a party—they tend to disappear in a hurry!
Pecan Tassies are mini pecan pie cookies with flakey crusts and a sweet creamy filling, incredibly EASY to make even in multiple batches! The perfect bite sized dessert to share at Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any holiday party.
A cross between a soft shortbread cookie and a bite of pecan pie, our Pecan Tassies recipe is the perfect everyday fall treat or party dessert. This fall dessert is as simple as a cookie and as decadent as a pie.
Bake delicious Pecan Tassies in mini muffin pans for tiny, elegant pecan desserts your guests are sure to love. Serve these Pecan Tassies for the holidays or another special occasion—these mini, nutty, sweet treats never go out of style.
Sorry each recipe is different because they have variations in ingredients but generally one Tassie has around 120 cal, 8 g of fat, 11 g of carbs, and 1 g of protein!
Where did pecan pie originate?
Pecan pie originated in the United States south. The earliest recipes in print are seen as popping up in Texas in the late 1800s cookbooks! Most noted me a church charity cookbook from St. Louis had a recipe sat in by Texas woman in 1898!
What is a Tassie?
Tassie comes from a Scottish term that means a little cup or glass. It originally came from the French term La tasse. They are essentially bite-size cakes or pies baked in mini muffin tins or little cup. They are usually molded manually with a cream cheese based dough. All you have to do is use your fingers to form the gel in the bottom and up the size of a muffin cup.