>Macadamia Nut Bars

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Macadamia Nut Bars
#1 butter
#1 brown sugar
12 oz honey
4 oz sugar
#2 chopped nuts,any kind
4 oz cream
1 -1/2 sheet pan baked pie dough shell
Bake pie shell make sure that the dough goes up the sides so the batter doesn’t leak underneath.
Place all ingredients except cream and nuts unto a heavy bottom sauce pan. Bring to a full boil stir for 3 minutes. Turn off stove whisk in cream and stir in nuts. Pour unto pie shell. Bake in oven at 375 until it bubbles, Let cool completely. You can cut them in different shapes. Also you can bake this recipe as a pie or baby tarts instead of in a sheet. We like using Macadamia nuts but any nuts will be yummy.
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About contessacatering

I went to The Art Institute of Seattle where I graduated with a full food science degree in Baking and pastry and culinary. After that working at several upscale resorts such as the Royal Hawaiian, in Oahu, The Kapalua Bay hotel in Maui and the Ritz Carlton, The Alexis and Monaco in Seattle. Then landing in Phoenix. In all of these resorts I worked side by side with some of the best chefs in the country. Making cakes for people such as Robert Mondovi’s 90th birthday. Learning how luxury and customer service can make any company successful, especially when it comes to cake and food. Cake Contessa is now the premier dessert delivery service in Arizona, we deliver cakes, cupcakes and desserts for all occasions using the highest quality ingredients. And we cater upscale events and weddings!
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2 Responses to >Macadamia Nut Bars

  1. Jenniffer says:

    >Hi Lanette! Ooh, those nut bars sound DELISH! I have been looking through your blog and I also love those little tiered cakes you did! I have dome them before and I KNOW how time intensive they are! Great job!-Jennifferhttp://cupadeecakes.blogspot.com

  2. >YUMMMMM!!!!Perhaps I will try this sometime! They are so good! I know I wont make them as good as yours though!

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