National Pecan Pie Day

National Pecan Pie Day Quick Facts

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2021 DateJuly 12, 2021
2022 DateJuly 12, 2022
National Pecan Pie Day

National Pecan Pie Day History

National Pecan Pie Day encourages the consumption of the nutty pie. Pecan Pie is typically made using pecans, eggs, butter, sugar, and syrup. The earliest pecan pie recipe dates back to 1898, which was found in a church charity cookbook in St Louis. Pecan pie is a common dish served on Thanksgiving day. This is due to the harvesting of pecan nuts in September extending into November around the same time as Thanksgiving. Pecan pie was made popular by the syrup company known as Karo Syrup when they began printing the pecan pie recipe on the cans of pecan.

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National Pecan Pie Day Facts

  • According to eater.com, the first printed pecan pie recipes started to appear in Texas cookbooks in the 1870s and 1880s. More modern recipes would start to be published in 1898.
  • According to tasteatlas.com, the most popular pies in the US in 2021 were:
    1) Apple Pie
    2) Pot Pie
    3) Pecan Pie
    4) Key Lime Pie
    5) Cream Pie
  • A single slice of pecan pie is about 117 calories. That is excluding whipped cream.

National Pecan Pie Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Visit your local bakery and order some pecan pie. They may be offering special deals to celebrate the day.
  • Bake your own pecan pie. For ideas, check out this recipe for southern pecan pie.
  • Host a pie bakeoff. Invite your friends and family over and see who can bake the tastiest pie.

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