Bourbon pecan pie brownies are thick, fudgy brownies topped with pecan pie filling. It’s just as decadent as it sounds and a perfect dessert for Thanksgiving!
So I have quite a treat for you. They’re called bourbon pecan pie brownies and they are out. of. this. world. Thick, chewy, fudgy brownies topped with bourbon pecan pie filling. Yes, it’s just as incredible as it sounds.
Seriously though, I haven’t made something quite this decadent in some time. And by decadent I mean a treat that is so sinfully delicious you have to stop after three bites so your tastebuds don’t go into complete shock.
I kind of expected it when I started making these pecan pie brownies though. The brownies alone turned out to be thick, chocolatey and super smooth. A bite is pure chocolate goodness that just melts away on your tongue.
So that happened and then I went ahead and put bourbon pecan pie filling on top of the brownies. Because why not? It’s Thanksgiving and anything goes.
The pecan pie filling tastes exactly like the pie too—gooey and sweet with loads of crunchy pecans scattered throughout. I really didn’t think I could like pecan pie even more until I put it on top of a brownie.
It turned out to be the best topping for those fudgy, chocolatey brownies. The two decadent treats in one are a quite the experience for the tastebuds. I’m having trouble finding the words to describe how insanely good just one bite is. You’ll have to trust me on this one and let your eyes feast on the photos.
I will say this though, bourbon pecan pie brownies are definitely something you should make for Thanksgiving (or Christmas!). Two traditional desserts molded into one turns out to be a brilliant bake. And have the recipe on hand so you can share with friends and family—believe me, they’ll want it.