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I just made this with a few modifications to meet my taste. I measured by 1/3 cups because I only had about a cup of nuts. I added 2/3 cup sugar and 1/3 cup brown sugar to 1/3 cup water and added 1 tbs salted butter. When they came out of the oven I lightly salted them while they were still sticky as I enjoy salty-sweet things. Thanks for helping me make something delicious!
These are deadly, can't keep my hands off them!! They did take a little longer than 20 minutes to get good and crisp.
I have been making these for years. They are a lovely addition to Christmas baskets or for a hostess gift. One hint that makes cleanup so much easier...use parchment paper to line the baking pan.
I made these to put in a salad for Christmas Day and they were very good. I received several requests for the recipe. My husband and I couldn't stop eating them!! Very good.
Super delicious. I added a bit of vanilla and boy was it good!
Fabulous and easy! I made them with almonds and pecan. I liked the pecans best. Thanks
Easy, pretty and delicious. Used them in Breakfast Fruit Salad Breakfast Fruit Salad.
I have made these 4 times now. Everyone loves them! For small Christmas gifts in the office I am wrapping them up in little bundles and stuffing them into coffee mugs.
I followed every step exactly but mine turned out sticky after cooling. Not sure what I did wrong, perhaps too much sauce while basting? None of the other reviewers had this problem so I'm sure it's me....They taste good though! Update - several hours later - the almonds are perfect - it just took some time for them to harden!
I increased the cinnamon to 2tsps as well...they aren't finished cooking yet but I can tell they are going to be delicious!!! Yummy can't wait!