These were made for a bake salej fund raising for a local charity. I really enjoyed them not too spicey for the masses.Thanks for posting. Hubby said he will be the next charity.
UPDATE: 4-23-10. I came back to change this to a 5 star. The nuts got better and better the longer they sat in a bowl. I like this mixture for a change. Yummy. 4-21-10: This was a different taste for me. Almost sweet, I guess that's the cinnamon. I like it spicier so I'll keep looking. Thanks.
Really nice and interesting blend of spices. I did use garlic granules and add one teaspoon of salt to mix.
These were ok. I made them according to the recipe this time, but I think I may play around with the seasoning in the future. I think a little more cayenne! :)
These are the best nuts I have ever had! The cayenne pepper really made it great! I wish I could meet Bud to thank him for such a great recipe and to let him know how these are becoming a staple in our household and contributing to our family memories. Thanks again Bud & Allyop!
WAY too hot. The cayenne overpowers all the other flavors, so you may want to reduce that by quite a bit. I put some splenda on them to give them a spicy/sweet flavor and that seemed to help.
Super yummy and super easy nuts. They have just a slight zing to them with a bit of sweetness on the side. The cinnamon is a flavour I wouldn't have thought of.
I served these to guests without mentioning that I had made them myself and they asked what I had done to the nuts to make them taste so good. Even my toddler was begging for more (it was her first time eating nuts!). The flavor was ightly salty, lightly spicy, and lightly sweet. I only had peanuts so that's what I used (next time I'll use unsalted nuts since the garlic salt is sufficient).