Pralines Recipe

The praline is a southern tradition, very popular in New Orleans and we have two versions for you today.

This commonly made confection has sugar, evaporated milk, butter, vanilla, and pecan halves.

We have two versions one that uses a candy thermometer and another verison without it, both are equally delicious.

The praline’s origins may date back as far as the early 17th century.

The New Orleans style praline is similar to fudge but nuttier.

This is a simple old fashioned praline candy that’s super popular all over the south.

The candy has a vanilla buttery taste loaded with pecans that’s simply irresistible to pecan lovers especially on National Praline Day on June 24th.

For these instructions, scroll down to the printable recipe card and print off this easy candy recipe!