Recipe by thcenKxelA
"Great tasting German-style roasted nuts you get at fairs and festivals!"
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2 1/2 tablespoons
Recipe Group Selection: 14, September 2013 ~ I'm a few weeks behind on making this recipe, but it got done. Thought these were good, but think we would have liked them better made with almonds. The honey flavor really comes through in this recipe. Make sure they are completely cool before adding the additional sugar/cinnamon mixture.
Made these for Recipe Group. I had some problems with the mixture, I ended up with caramel almost on the nuts and had to pry them off the foil. I don't know if it would benefit from tossing the nuts in the mix first and cooking till dry and then roasting or if stirring in the oven would help. They were tasty, but I probably won't make again this way.
Made these for Recipe Group...We LOVED these! I did use whole almonds in place of the cashews b/c they are more affordable for me to buy (they worked out great!), but followed the recipe otherwise. I did end up adding more cinnamon sugar to get a better coating on them, so they wouldn't be sticky. These really came together quickly, and would be wonderful to give as gifts. I will def be making these again~YUM! Thanks for sharing. ;)
SO GOOD! Made them twice in a week period!
I saw this on Recipe Group and happened to have a large container of cashews I needed to use. I don't know what I may have done wrong but these remained moist & sticky. I added a considerable amount of additional cinnamon sugar but it just absorbed the moisture and stayed sticky. The flavor was good and did enjoy picking at them but wouldn't make them to have for company as I had hoped.
I thought these were just Fine! I know that sweet things need a little salt, so in went a tiny bit with the honey mixture. Since I am aware of Splenda being sweeter then regular sugar, I took the liberty to add a sprinkle of Kosher salt to the top of the nuts. I used Splenda along with the cinnamon for the final topping. Good little snack!
Yummie nuts. I used a mixture of nuts (cashews, almonds, and walnuts), didn't let them sit for the full 20 minutes after baking (they were starting to stick to the foil), and added a bit of salt in the sugar sprinkling. I let them dry for about an hour after, stirring/shaking them loose sporadically, but they seemed a bit softer than I'd have liked.
Great recipe, and very easy. I added garlic salt instead of regular salt for a change. I also let the nuts cool slightly, not the full 20 minutes. The sugar stuck to the nuts better (I thought).
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
German Roasted Nuts
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 156
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