Categories: Desserts, Seasonal.
tdzm – January 4, 2016:
I really think the word “Bourbon” needs to be added to the name on the front of the jar. The filling made a tasty pie, but not a traditional pecan pie, unless your traditional pie contains bourbon. I’d enjoy this product if it came in a non-bourbon version. There were lots of pecans. I think if an alcoholic opened the jar, the smell of the bourbon would have them eating it with a spoon before being baked. Maybe next year there could be two versions, one properly labeled as “Bourbon Pecan Pie Filling” and one as “Pecan Pie Filling”.
Marge – November 25, 2016:
Totally agree about “bourbon” needing to be more prominent on the label. It smelled and tasted like peculiar vanilla extract…threw quite a bit of pie out , as thought something in it was bad. No—we are not bourbon drinkers.
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NatalieRaida – September 24, 2017:
Not that bad