Recipe by Behr
"These are great for snacking!
Vegetable oil can be substituted for almond oil."
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Very quick and simple. Two of us finished these off in about 5 minutes. Now will have to make another batch tomorrow! Only thing I changed was I dusted a little extra sugar after tossing.
These almonds are delicious, just as I suspected they'd be. The only change I made was to use lemon olive oil in place of the almond oil. These will satisfy my sweet tooth along with giving me some nutrition! I could also see adding a little cayenne to this mix for an interesting twist. Thanks for the recipe, Behr!
I made these for the Beautiful Salad on this site. INCREDIBLE. No one in the house could stay out of them. Barely had enough for the salad. Am making more today for our New Year's Eve party. Made as directed except substituted turbinado for the sugar, used sea salt, and melted expeller-pressed coconut oil for the almond oil. This is a keeper. Thanks so much for sharing Behr!
Very easy! I used splenda in place of sugar and you can't tell the difference. The flavor is absorbed all through the almond!
This is the second time I have done this recipe, This time I used cashews. I left them cool to be handled and separated them. let them cool completely. Then sugar coated each one. Thanks, Happy Cooking!
The only this I did different is use mix nut with out peanut. They are sweet and a little salty. Next batch I will be adding some spices.
maybe some cocoa. just for giggles. Thanks, Happy Cooking!
Good and easy snack. I thought they were better after they aged a few days.
Hot Diggety! This is the yummiest, quickest and crowd-pleasing-est recipe I have ever seen for all these almonds I was gifted. I made 8 cups, took them to my husband's band gig, and they disappeared in 5 minutes. I only made a few changes cos of ingredient situation. I used coconut oil, pink himalayan sea salt, raw sugar crystals and added cayenne. DELISH! I had the entire dining room table covered with nuts while they were cooling. They did not stick together too much, and dried very nicely, not sticky at all. Gotta keep stirring while liquid is boiling, stay on top of things!
Not my favourite nut recipe I've made, but it was good and very easy to make. I'd make again for sure. I think I'd like to try putting them in a low temp oven for 15 minutes or so after tossing in the sugar to help them dry. Mine are still a bit sticky (like a 'wet' sticky) after cooling for a few hours.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Honey Roasted Almonds
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 177
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