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Honey Roasted Almonds are easy to make & a snack that’s perfect for any occasion. You won’t believe just how quickly they disappear! Great party food!
It’s February, can you believe it? Did you know that February has Almond Day on the 16th plus its National Snacking Month & American Heart Month? That’s a whole lot of things to celebrate in one short little month. Since I love almonds so much I was excited about Almond Day & I couldn’t wait to create a special almond recipe to share with you that we have loved making for years, Honey Roasted Almonds. I just love the crunch & the sweet on my favorite nut – the almond. So delicious! It’s great to pack them in my purse & I love to snack on them during road trips. They are a family favorite!
Honey Roasted Almonds
Have you ever made your own honey roasted almonds before? It’s really quite simple & takes less time than you think. I love to make these for parties, game day & just for weekend snacking. The whole family just loves them! Did you know that a healthy handful of almonds provides up to 25% fewer calories than previously thought? I know- that’s great news, isn’t it? I love snacking on them because one ounce packs 6 grams of hunger-fighting protein which really helps keep me going through the day.
Look how beautiful these are! I love adding them to my morning smoothies, blending into almond butter or topping on other delicious recipes. Almonds just make me happy & I love them honey roasted!
Honey Roasted Almonds
- 2 cups almonds
- 2 tbsp raw honey
- 2 tbsp granulated sugar
- ¾ cup coarse sea salt
- 3 tbsp raw sugar
- ¼ tsp nutmeg
- Preheat oven to 325 degrees
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper & spread almonds over it in an even layer
- Once oven is to temperature, place sheet in oven & bake 10 minutes
- While almonds are baking, combine granulated sugar & honey in a small saucepan
- Heat over low heat until sugar has dissolved & mixture comes to a boil
- Allow to bubble 1-2 minutes before removing from heat
- Remove almonds from oven after 10 minutes, carefully transfer to a medium sized bowl, add honey mixture & toss to coat
- Transfer back to parchment lined baking sheet, spread out into an even layer & bake again for 15 minutes
- Remove from oven & allow to cool completely
- Once cooled, separate any almonds that are stuck together & place all the almonds in a small bowl
- In another small bowl, combine salt, raw sugar & nutmeg - stir
- Transfer mixture to almonds & toss to coat while almonds are still slightly sticky
- Can be store in an air-tight container for several weeks
If you want to wow at your next gathering- these are the recipe to make!
Learn more about Almond Month, get recipes & nutrition info – visit California Almonds
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