I make these candied honey-roasted nuts and keep them in an airtight container for a few weeks. I’ve tried this recipe a few ways: pecans, walnuts, and almonds. It’s nice to have these on hand to brighten otherwise potentially dull meals. Sometimes, when there isn’t much time, I will pull this recipe together and make a plate with a few chunks of cheese, some fresh fruit, some crackers, and voila, it’s dinnertime! Please note: these candied nuts get sticky. It’s just the way it is. You’ll always find ways to use them. If you have a dehydrator, you may want to experiment with this recipe using the dehydrator.
Ways to serve Candied Nuts
- As a snack for guests with cocktails
- On a fruit and cheese plate with your favorite meats
- Companion to vegetable bread
- On top of a Spinach Fruit Salad or your favorite salad
- Add candied nuts to your very favorite dessert
Make this Candied Honey Roasted Nut Recipe your own
- Add a shake or two of cayenne pepper or dried herbs like rosemary for a sweet/savory combination to make it more interesting.
- Try some Old Bay Seasoning
- Use almonds, cashews, or peanuts in place of pecans.
How to make Honey Roasted Nuts
It’s easy to make this Honey Roasted Nuts Recipe. Let’s first take a look at the ingredients:
- Unsalted butter
- Whole pecans, almonds, walnuts
- Sea salt
- Bee Inspired honey
- Raw sugar
- Optional Old Bay Seasoning
These ingredients come together beautifully. This is a very easy recipe to make. Preheat the oven to 350F. Line a large-rimmed cookie sheet with parchment.
Add nuts and sprinkle pepper. Mix until coated. Remove from heat. Spread nuts in a single layer over the baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes to dry.
Remove from oven and let nuts cool for 5 minutes. Sprinkle the cooling nuts with the raw sugar and salt mixture.
Place the nuts on parchment paper and allow them to cool.
Storing Honey Roasted Nuts
This honey-roasted nuts recipe will be stored for up to a week. Keep them sealed in an airtight container. These are the best honey-roasted nuts because you can also freeze them! Simply place them in a freezer-safe container or in freezer bags and place them in the freezer. They will keep up to 2 months in the freezer.
It nuts a few ways
- This spicy nut mix is slightly different from this candied nut recipe, as it comes with a little kick! Enjoy.
- Feeling a little nutty? How bout saucy? Try this honey nut fudge sauce on for size. It’s pretty amazing.
- Perhaps you would like a little granola with your nuts? Or a few nuts with your granola. Whatever the case, this nutty granola recipe leads to feeling satisfied after breakfast.
- These Honey Nut Balls are another way to add nuts to your diet in delicious and surprising ways!
Candied Honey Roasted Nuts
Versatile and simple to make you can keep these around in an airtight container to use in salads, on cheese plates, or even on dessert.
- 3 tbsp. unsalted butter
- 2 1/2 c pecans whole
- 1 tbsp. fine sea salt
1/4 c Bee Inspired Honey
- 1/4 c raw sugar
Preheat the oven to 350F. Line a large rimmed cookie sheet with parchment.
- Mix salt and sugar.
- Melt butter and honey in skillet over medium heat, until it’s just liquid.
- Add nuts and sprinkle pepper. Mix until coated. Remove from heat. Spread nuts in a single layer over the baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes to dry.
- Remove from oven and let nuts cool for 5 minutes. Top with raw sugar and salt mixture.
- Place the nuts on parchment paper and allow to cool
- per serving
- 26 grams
- 4 grams
- 36 grams
- Saturated Fat
- 6 grams
- 16 milligrams
- 956 milligrams
- 176 milligrams
- 4 grams
- 22 grams
- Vitamin C
- 1 milligrams
- 31 milligrams
- 1 milligrams