Let’s change things up and get away from the sweets for a while. These nuts are great to serve at any gathering – all holiday season. Then, you will want to keep them around for everyday snacking…or for throwing into your favorite recipe.
Baked goods are everywhere… It’s totally driving me nuts!
Sorry! I just couldn’t help it.
You probably already know that I’m all about savory
When we started talking about doing a spiced nuts recipe, of course, I was tasked with coming up with the savory spicy version. When I started working this recipe up I was actually pretty nervous about it. I really wanted these nuts to be perfect. Because everything is riding on the quality of nuts and just a handful of spices there really isn’t a lot of room to disguise a bad spice combination. I have to say these do not disappoint. I wanted to give you something a little more than just a rosemary roasted nut.
I love blending my own spice mixes so I started to draw inspiration from some of my favorite combos.
You should probably just double the batch right away because you might eat half of them before you have a chance to give them out or bring them to your holiday party. These nuts are a great alternative to all the holiday baked goods.
Made with healthy and flavorful avocado oil instead of butter – so they’re even vegan-friendly. Bring a huge batch to work and get everyone off their sugar highs, at least for a little while.
Best of all, each of these recipes makes a great gift for the holidays.
Bring them as a hostess gift or make up a batch to share some holiday cheer with your friends and neighbors.
Spicy Rosemary Nuts
- Preheat oven to 325 ℉
- Roast nuts on a baking sheet for about 15 minutes. Watch closely so that they do not burn.
- Heat oil and spices in a heavy skillet.
- Add warm nuts to the warmed spices and toss well.
- Spread on baking sheet and let cool.
- Store in an airtight container.