Recipe by LUCASLKPT
"Walnuts baked until crusted with cinnamon glaze.
Cool and serve as a snack or in salads. Soak pan or wash immediately for easily clean-up."
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These are quite tasty. I made them as directed except I made half the recipe for a first try because I wasn't sure how they would turn out. I have never made roasted walnuts before, but these came out more tender than crunchy. Not that it is a bad thing, it is just not what I had expected. They are good by themselves, I can't wait to put them in a salad or on top of vanilla ice cream... yum!
Just made a batch of these using pecans instead of walnuts. Not sure if was the kind of nuts I used or if my oven bakes hot but they only took 1 hour at 200. They may be the best thing I've ever tasted - even better than the ones we had at Disney World. I also used parchment paper & they didn't stick at all, although I did stir them after the first 30 minutes. If they last long enough they may be really good in salads.
Fantastic! I can't stop snacking! I made these to bring with me to the gym for an after-workout treat and they turned out great. Plus baking them made the kitchen smell delicious. About halfway through baking I'd recommend flipping them with a spatula or gently shaking the pan so they don't stick as much.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Crusted Cinnamon Walnuts
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 147
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