Betty’s Super Bowl Glazed Party Pecans

Betty’s Super Bowl Glazed Party Pecans


In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make Glazed Party Pecans. These are great for the holiday season, but I think you will enjoy them year ’round. Ingredients: 1 cup sugar ½ tablespoon ground cinnamon 2 cups pecan halves ½ tablespoon vanilla extract ¼ cup water 1 additional tablespoon water In a small mixing bowl, combine 1 cup sugar and ½ tablespoon ground cinnamon. Set aside. Also, combine ¼ cup water and ½ tablespoon vanilla extract and set aside. Place 2 cups pecan halves in the bottom of a medium-sized, heavy pot. Add the cinnamon-sugar mixture and sprinkle the vanilla-water over the top of the pecans. Stir all together with a wooden spoon. Place pot over medium heat, and boil, stirring constantly, until mixture becomes thick, about 5 to 10 minutes. When the liquid is evaporated and stirring becomes more difficult, remove the pecans from heat. Add in 1 tablespoon water. Stir pecans to coat evenly. When the liquid begins to thicken, pour the glazed nuts out onto a shallow baking pan that is lined with waxed paper. Separate the glazed pecan, using your wooden spoon. Let cool, and then lift pecans out of the crumbly sugar mixture and place them in a nice serving dish. This is great for parties, and I will also be using them in a recipe soon! Enjoy!!! –Betty 

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    25 Responses to “Betty’s Super Bowl Glazed Party Pecans”

    1. ILilieMai says:

      @Jamonts Thank you very much for the recipe 😀

    2. bettyskitchen says:

      @Jamonts That sounds really good!
      –Betty 🙂

    3. Jamonts says:

      @ILilieMai Yes. I made me some today with another recipe. Boil 2cups of pecans(small or half) in 6cups of water for 2 mins. After boil place in Paper bag to get rid of the access water. Sprinkle with 1/4 cup ofsugar while in bag. Afterwards you fry it in an inch of oil for 5 mins. Remove from the pan after 2 mins of cooling down and return to a paper bag to get rid of the oil. Sprinkle with a bit of salt. Transfer to a dry bag and you’re done. Its delicious. Water. Pecans. Sugar. Salt.

    4. bettyskitchen says:

      @Janet1133 That sounds wonderful!
      –Betty 🙂

    5. Janet1133 says:

      Put the glazed pecans in a bowl with strawberries and pieces of dark chocolate. It is great for a party.

    6. redeemed2bfree says:

      No, butter, no deep frying, no fancy machines. Thank you, Betty!

    7. shonruc says:

      great vid….but i have 1 question…who bites half of a pecan?

    8. f4reeksho says:

      yummmmmmmmm omg

    9. ILilieMai says:

      Umm Can we make them with out vanilla????

    10. bettyskitchen says:

      @lizaola4 Thanks for your wonderful feedback. Almonds are perfect for this recipe!
      –Betty 🙂

    11. lizaola4 says:

      We had two buckets full of almonds that we peeled fresh of the trees! So I made this recipe more than tripled!!!! They are a hit in our home!!!! Thank you for all your videos!!!!

    12. ibemamo says:

      I love thse at Christmas time. Thanks for the recipe. I love all of your videos. You remind me of my aunts 🙂

    13. bettyskitchen says:

      @minesdecarli It sounds good!
      –Betty 🙂

    14. minesdecarli says:

      Here in Argentina we make this recipe with almond and peanuts but we do not use cinammon or nutmeg and it is Just Great!!!!

    15. bettyskitchen says:

      @12fitzgerald Yes, that’s a great idea!
      –Betty 🙂

    16. 12fitzgerald says:

      wouldent that left over crums be a great topping for other things like pies and cookies????

    17. bettyskitchen says:

      @jaydanpaul Thank you for your sweet comment! I am so happy that this recipe has a sentimental meaning for you and your Dad.
      –Betty 🙂

    18. jaydanpaul says:

      Every year around Christmas time when I was growing up my Grandma would make these. She passed away about 8 years ago and unfortunately nobody kept the recipe. I just wanted to thank you for posting this. I sent this link to my wife, I’m in Afghanistan, she’s in California and is going to make them for my Dad. I can’t begin to tell you how excited he’s going to be. He loves pecans and knowing that this was his Mom’s favorite thing to make will really make this holiday special!

    19. bettyskitchen says:

      @markiemarkstyle Thanks!
      –Betty 🙂

    20. markiemarkstyle says:

      I always get this at my town’s fall fair. I could just smell it through the screen, it looks beautiful!

    21. TheVittleVlog says:

      Very nice!!

    22. bettyskitchen says:

      @Dark0Malkavian Please feel free to decrease the amount of cinnamon or leave it out entirely. Nutmeg is a good flavor to put in these pecans, also.
      –Betty 🙂

    23. Dark0Malkavian says:

      @papillionbella I dont have an allergy to cinnamon at all. It’s just not good to consume large flakes of cinnamon at all. You can look it up yourself because you can literally kill a person just by putting a small portion of cinnamon to the back of someone’s throat. Cinnamon is insoluble, which is why I’m a little concerned with this recipe. There’s a lot of cinnamon and sugar but hardly any fluids.

    24. needlove2009 says:

      look’s yummy

    25. bettyskitchen says:

      @Oreocremerocks These pecans would do fine if you coated them with melted butter before adding the other ingredients. Then take them to the stove and cook until they become hard to stir, and continue with the recipe.
      –Betty 🙂