Serves 10 (serving size: about 16 almonds)

Spiced nuts are usually baked; this stovetop version speeds up the process. The smoky-spicy snack will store well in an airtight container for several days.

How to Make It

Step 1

Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper.

Step 2

Place the almonds in a medium nonstick skillet; cook over medium heat for 6 minutes or until lightly toasted, shaking pan frequently. Combine the remaining ingredients in a 2-cup glass measure. Microwave at HIGH for 30 seconds. Add honey mixture to pan, and cook 2 minutes, stirring constantly. Arrange almond mixture on prepared baking sheet in a single layer; let stand 10 minutes. Break apart any clusters.

Ratings & Reviews

EvilxBunneh's Review

December 09, 2013

klm73068's Review

December 01, 2013
Super easy, the nuts came out perfectly glazed and crunchy sweet with just a hint of spice. This will be my go to recipe.

kblurton's Review

February 12, 2013
Quick and easy. Perfect amount of sweetness and spice. Will definitely make again! Be careful when cooking - it scorches very easily.

devon1's Review

January 30, 2013
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.

Conicooks's Review

January 27, 2013
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..

SingingGourmand's Review

January 24, 2013

desdemona2013's Review

January 12, 2013

susanst824's Review

December 15, 2012

nwilker's Review

October 17, 2012
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!

Rhobley's Review

August 20, 2012
Severs 10, 16 almonds is a serving size:)