Melt in Your Mouth Apple Pecan Goodness

Sometimes, dinners just must include some kind of “Melt in Your Mouth Gooey Goodness” that might otherwise be considered something perfect for breakfast, but you’ve designated it early dinner necessity.

I’ve been otherwise engaged with a family emergency for the last three days, (details have been shared on my lifestyle FB page), and right now the only thing I want to consume is this bit of perfection.

It’s a recipe I’ve been making for years, and one in which I no longer need the recipe, but just in case I do, it’s here in its official glory. Aren’t you impressed with the intricate calligraphy. ;)

This is one of those recipes that is nearly impossible to mess up, yet tastes like you slaved over the stove. Best yet, since it uses the convenience of biscuits, it mixes up in ten minutes (with the help of an apple/peeler/slicer/corer).

Notes: Since my family always demands more than this tiny pan yields, I have made this in a 9×13 pan as well, and then inverted it onto a cookie sheet or platter.

As stated earlier, the pecans are optional, but they sure are yummy, and I load them on.  Play around with the amount of apples and pecans. Sometimes, I will make it “fork ready” by adding lots more apples than just 2 or 3. That always makes me feel like I can eat more, since it’s my fruit for the day. :)

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  1. I am making the apple pecan coffee cake for sure!!! The gang will love it!

  2. Celeste Byrd says:

    My next dessert….can’t wait to make it.

  3. The apple pecan coffee cake will be my next endeavor, possibly as early as tomorrow morning. I just happen to have all the ingredients on hand.

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