Butter pecan

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Butter pecan
Butter pecan caramel ice cream.jpg
Butter pecan caramel ice cream
Place of origin United States
Main ingredients pecans, butter, and vanilla

Butter pecan is a flavor, prominent especially in the United States, in cakes, cookies, and ice cream. Roasted pecans, butter, and vanilla flavor are used in butter pecan baked goods. Butter pecan ice cream is smooth vanilla ice cream with a slight buttery flavor, with pecans added. It is manufactured by many major ice cream brands. A variant of the recipe is butter almond, which replaces the pecans with almonds.

Butter Pecan is a popular flavor of ice cream produced by many companies and is also one of the thirty-one flavors of Baskin Robbins.[1] Butter pecan is the third most popular ice cream flavor in the U.S.[2]

In popular culture[edit]

In the movie Sister Act (1992), Sister Mary Lazarus calls ice cream a "sin" and a "wicked indulgence" and then complains that they do not have any butter pecan.[3]

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