Oh these are wonderful! I took them to a dessert buffet we had for a class I am taking (a little savory to go with all the sweet), and they were a big hit with all the guests. A word of warning...these are very hot. That is fine with me, I like spicy food, but some may want to cut the cayenne pepper back to 1/2 to 3/4 tsp.
Great and unusual! Easy to make. I also cut back the cayenne to 1/2 tsp because children will be eating them. I think 1 TBP of butter is not enough to ensure that the spices stick to the nuts. I added 1 TBP when it was all finished and wished I had added 2.
Excellent! They were the perfect blend of sweet and spicy. The flavor and texture improves after the nuts have cooled down a bit. I thought 1 tsp of cayenne would be too much but it was a perfect balance with the sugar.
I was just searching for this recipe and voila, found it! This is a great recipe, one you can't stay away from! My hostess served them warm and they were a wonderful hit! I too am going to give them out as Xmas gifts, packaged in small, sealed containers!
These are amazing..made them for the commencing of college football today..my son and I cannot stop eating them. Personally, I don't care for hot hot food..these were perfect! They had some zing to them, but the rosemary and brown sugar made it worth it. If your gonna have good bar nuts these are really worth it. I'm thinking I may make a bunch and put them in cute containers for Xmas gifts for friends..Really..They were that good!
These were pretty good. However, it was not exactly the taste I was looking for, so I don't foresee making them again. But thank you.
Had these at a party and begged my friend for the recipe and she sent it and I was going to put it in the computer and here it was all along! My friend only uses 1/2 tsp. cayenne and I thought they were perfect. I craved these nuts!
Rave reviews from consumers! I cut back salt to 1/2 of recommended. Great to take to picnic!
I have been making these for ages and they are truly wonderful! So good served warm... I do generally cut down on the cayenne, as I preer them with a little less heat! Thanks for posting, Miss Annie... I was going to post it myself but now I don't have to type it! :-)