This recipe was tested by our friend Ami F. A great yet simple twist to fresh green beans. For a little extra spice, substitute our Roasted Cajun Spice Pecans. Salted butter or olive oil also substitute fine. If you do add salt, we prefer sea salt or Himalaya salt.
This recipe was tested by our friend Connor C. The key is getting the bread really soaked through with the eggs. We think this is the perfect "night before" recipe to let the goodness soak in (refrigerated) before you pop it in the oven the next morning. Cooking times may vary, but on the long end. Start with the recommended time and then add time if needed.
This recipe was tested and recommended by our friend Alex K. She used our Roasted Sea Salt & Cracked Black Pepper and Roasted Cajun Spice as the duo of pecans used in this recipe. She says she "loved both...but the Cajun Spice was just a bit better and the hit of the party." Alex confirmed the recipe makes enough for three cheese balls and "I used the Palmetto brand cheese and I think it was worth it."
This recipe was tested for us by our friend Dana H. We recommend using our raw pecan halves for the recipe, but Amanda's Amazing Candied Pecans will add sweeter touch as the "flair" on top of the icing. Dana generally recommends substituting oil for butter for a moister cake.
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