Monday, August 25, 2014

Cinnamon and Sugar Almonds {SRC}

This month for the Secret Recipe Club I was given Oh! You Cook!  Dena is a librarian. You have to love her. I go to the library at least once a week to get my book fix.  She also is a published author with her The Everything Kosher Slow Cooker Cookbook. I am impressed. 



I have been living off of almonds lately and this sweetened Cinnamon and Sugar Almond recipe had me all excited.  She had plenty of other wonderful recipes though from sweet treats to savory dinners



These almonds made the whole house smell wonderful. I made the mistake of making them about an hour before dinner. Not only was I immediately ravenous  to eat before dinner but I ended up munching away on these and spoiled my supper. Almonds for dinner isn't the worst thing.


Thanks Dena for the great recipe. I am thinking of making these again around the holiday for little food gifts.

Cinnamon and Sugar Almonds

by Emily Morris
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 60 minutes
Keywords: bake snack Christmas
Ingredients (2 cups)
  • 1/2 cup packed light brown sugar
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1 egg white, room temperature
  • 1 tsp cold water
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 12 oz. unsalted whole almonds
Instructions
Preheat oven to 250 degrees. Place a silicon baking mat on a rimmed baking sheet. In a small bowl, mix the brown sugar, salt and cinnamon. Set both aside.
In a medium mixing bowl, use electric mixer to beat egg white until a stiff peak forms. Add the water and vanilla; beat again until a stiff peak again forms.
Use a rubber spatula to gently fold in almonds. After almonds are evenly coated with egg whites, fold in cinnamon-sugar mixture.
Pour the almonds onto prepared baking sheet, spreading them out into a single layer.
Bake for an hour, stirring and flipping almonds every 15 minutes.
Almonds are done when the coating looks dry and if you pick up an almond the coating is not sticky but hard and crunchy. Cool completely. Store in a tightly closed container for up to a few days at room temperature, or in the fridge for up to a week.
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24 comments:

  1. I LOVE sugared and spiced nuts and these look amazing! Great SRC pick! Karen

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  2. Nice job on the almonds! They are quite addicting, aren't they?

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  3. I cant eat nuts due to allergies, but you sure are tempting me with this recipe. Happy reveal day! :)

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  4. When the economy was good, we used to buy these at the mall. Now we can make these at home, at just a fraction of the price.

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  5. My husband loves candied nuts, these would be perfect for the holiday stockings.

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  6. Count me as another lover of sugar and spiced nuts - I find them addictive, such a great concoction to snack on!

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  7. So many things you could do with those - mmmm!! What a great snack or salad addition! Yumm!

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  8. Wow, these sound amazing. I can practically smell them baking. These would be such a fun treat to make during the holidays and package up in little jars as gifts!

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  9. I have a bag of store-bought cinnamon-sugar almonds in my bedroom, in case I wake up in the middle of the night and want a snack, and they are so good! I can't wait to make this recipe :) I'm sure it's way cheaper and way more delicious :) Happy Reveal Day!

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  10. I remember going to craft shows as a kid with my mom and smelling the cinnamon-sugar nuts cooking at one of the booths. It was one of the best smells. To be able to recreate that at home is amazing! Great pick this month ;)

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  11. Making them as holiday gifts is an awesome idea!!

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  12. YUM! These look amazing. I love spiced almonds but they are so expensive...what a great way to do it at home! Visiting from Group A :)

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  13. such a tasty snack!!! sweet and salty!

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  14. These look delicious, and they reminded of some candied almonds that we used to buy by the bagful nearly everyday when I was holidaying in the Greek Islands.

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  15. Such a great way to jazz up the almonds! YUM :-)

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  16. I just happen to have a can of almonds calling to me to make something with them. These sound delicious!!

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  17. Mmmm, I have such a weakness for snacks like this + these sound fantastic. Great choice for SRC!

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  18. Yum!! I love candied almonds! I so rarely think to make them though because I would just shovel them into my face at lightning speed haha.

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  19. Hi Emily, love these nuts, funny thing is never thought about making them myself. Great recipe!

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  20. I love making candied nuts and these almonds look marvelous!!!

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  21. This is going to be a very dangerous snack! Great SRC pick.

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  22. I can just imagine the wonderful smells making this. Great SRC pick

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  23. What a yummy snack! I would totally not be able to stop eating these.

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