Added cinnamon sugar to it prior to cooking, and also as they were cooling off for an added treat :)
So simple! Great recipe to use when you want to make your own candied nuts for salads.
Yummy! I made them for a topping to a carrot cake. Thank you for sharing!
These are amazing!! I made them to go in a strawberry chicken salad, and I could not stop eating them while I was grilling the chicken! I used 2 cups of pecans (because I knew I would need extras to snack on) and baked them for about 12 minutes. Very simple and delicious. Thank you for posting!
I use this recipe in my strawberry spinach salad and it is very simple and delicious. Fool-proof!
I used mine in a salad. I added the hint of corn syrup and seasalt as noted in another review
These are so easy and wonderful. I'm in college and a vegan and when I have friends over spontaneously, I make a batch or two and just leave them out and WHOOOSH they're gone! They're great with salads or grilled fruit. I add just a hint of corn syrup and then put a little bit of coarsly ground seasalt on them when they come out of the oven. It makes my apartment smell yummy too :)
This is great when used in a good spinach poppy seed dressing salad. Works on the skillet as well.
i made these for a mixed greens salad with sliced red grapes, blue cheese and green onion. they were sweet without bring overly candied, but i did limit the amount of sugar. i put mine in the freezer a little bit afterwards to help along the hardening process.
Delicious and easy and didn't need a lot of ingredients. Chef Insonomia must have been sleeping when she posted her recipe on the ratings instead of the correct place.