Butterscotch Pecan Sandies add a welcome butterscotch twist to a classic cookie!
I’m not a big fan of ice cream, but my favorite flavor, by far, is butter pecan. Sure, I like to indulge in other, more complicated varieties from time to time. But, butter pecan is my tried and true favorite.
These Butterscotch Pecan Sandies are packed with pecans and lots (and lots) of butterscotch. The overall effect is a flavor that can very much be described as butter pecan. If that gets you excited about baking cookies, then set out some butter to soften and keep reading.
If you love butterscotch, then I hope you’ve found a good brand of butterscotch chips that you love. In my experience, good butterscotch chips can be difficult to find. I think some of those lackluster versions are a big part of the reason many people don’t think they like butterscotch. If you have a favorite brand, let me know in the comments!
I love that these cookies are so thick and chewy, as a good pecan sandie should be. This recipe also makes loads of cookies, so you’ll have plenty to share while hoarding some for yourself.
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