Cinnamon honey roasted nuts

What happens when spices like cinnamon, pepper, chilli are combined with honey, they come together with this delicious combination which will evoke all our senses. Now combine all these goodness to nuts and bake them, oh yes! then they go to a whole new level. Once I start eating I can't stop.

Cinnamon honey roasted nuts

These are just perfect snack on the go, late night or just eat them whenever you feel like. So easy to make, just mix all the ingredients into one bowl and bake them for few mins, that's it, store them in a air tight container and it will last good couple of week, but trust me they wont last that long ;)

Cinnamon honey roasted nuts

Cinnamon honey roasted nuts

This week there is a snow storm called Storm Emma that is going to hit Ireland, we are supposed to get heavy snowfall, I am excited but also nervous at the same time, I haven't seen that much of snow in my life. This sort of weather all I can think of is a big bowl of soup, or these days I am obsessed with ramen, think I am going to make one bowl tonight too, and these nuts are just perfect to snack on while all cuddled up in front of the TV.

Cinnamon honey roasted nuts

Without wasting much of your time lets get to the recipe

  Cinnamon honey roasted nuts
Cinnamon honey roasted nuts
Prep Time: 5 mins to prepare 15 - 17 mins baking
Servings: Makes app 9 serving (42 grams per serving each day)
INGREDIENTS
    • 1 tsp garlic powder
    • 1/2 tsp ground pepper
    • 1 tsp dried rosemary
    • 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
    • 1 tsp chili powder
    • Pink Himalayan salt to taste
    • 2 tbsp Olive oil
    • 1 tsp Honey with cinnamon 
    • 1 tbsp of lemon juice
    • 200 grams of whole almonds
    • 100 grams of whole cashews
instructions
    • Pre-heat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius
    • While the oven is pre-heating mix all the ingredients into a bowl apart from the nuts.
    • Use a small wire whisk to mix all spices well
    • Add the nuts as toss them well, make sure the nuts are nicely coated with the mixture
    • Bake for 15 to 17 mins in the pre-heated oven, stirring them once in between, keep a close look on them to make sure they do not burn.
    • Store in an air tight container will last up to two weeks.

    Note -

    • You can double the ingredients to make a bigger batch
    • If you do not have the flavoured honey, double the cinnamon powder and use plain honey
    • Use maple syrup to make it fully vegan

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