Super easy, the nuts came out perfectly glazed and crunchy sweet with just a hint of spice. This will be my go to recipe.
Quick and easy. Perfect amount of sweetness and spice. Will definitely make again! Be careful when cooking - it scorches very easily.
Super fast and really good. I've only used brown sugar instead of white and they turned out great. I will often break them up and sprinkle on pasta salads - especially pasta salads with a vinegar based dressing. These nuts are very versatile.
So easy, and brittle like.. Cook a little longer so it sets and not so sticky.. I do this with pecans, walnuts, etc. then keep in the fridge and I love them on salads..
Quick and easy and nice end result. I didn't have the chipotle chili powder, i just doubled regular chili powder, and it didn't do too much. No spice. But a nice solid recipe good for gifts of a fancy appetizer for good friends!
Severs 10, 16 almonds is a serving size:)
lI'd like to know how you know how much a serving is. It gives the nutritional facts for one serving, but doesn't say how much is a serving.
Was ok, the chipotle flavor was a bit strong for me, and they weren't spicy at all - just a weird smoky flavor. I did use canned chipotle in adobo sauce instead of the powder, and just chopped finely, so maybe that was the problem.
Extremely easy and very delicious. The end product was not as spicy as I was expecting, so if you like heat, you might want to add more chipotle chile powder. .... Or, just leave it as it is. The end product has a bit of a subtle smoky flavor. I will almost definitely make this again. It's a great snack food to put out for company, or to bring to work.
A simple yet delicious recipe.
These were good & easy - though a bit sticky to eat. It wasn't easy for guests to grab a few & munch on.
I made these the week I got my October Cooking Light, and boy, are they good! I made them exactly as directed, put them in an airtight container and took them to work. They're a perfect snack! I will make these over and over again.