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These are so easy and quick to make. And very yummy! Though I think I used too much salt, they made a great snack, a great way to get rid of leftover walnuts, and a nice treat for my insatiable sweet tooth. Thanks for sharing.

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SAHS September 10, 2010

Just made these and included the chili powder. Yum! They are a little soft, but I'm hoping that they crisp up after completely cooling. I just couldn't wait that long to try them ;) *edit - yes, they get crunchier as they cool and I forgot to add that I didn't have honey so I used agave nectar which worked very well :)

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Stefanie.Anderson May 22, 2010

Quick and easy to do, great gift item. Thanks for posting. made for zwt6

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bigbadbrenda May 20, 2010

Certainly easy to make and using Splenda instead of sugar to cover then worked very well indeed. The single thing that I would alter next time would be to trim back the amount of salt. For me, I think that 1/4 tsp of salt would be enough. I ate 4 halves and packed the rest away for later to see how they keep. Plus, I'm thinking that I'll work them into a cake. These will absolutely be on hand for Christmas :D.

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Annacia September 02, 2009

This recipe is great!

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kathy_pedraza July 05, 2009

I love most nuts, including walnuts, and these were just SO easy to prepare and SO delicious. I'd love to make these regularly for quick at work nibbles but I'm rather daunted by the calorie content, so perhaps not, but I'll certainly be making them occasionally and definitely for serving to guests! Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe, ~Leslie~./ Made for ZWT 5.

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bluemoon downunder May 17, 2009

I've had these in restaurants before and thought that they'd be extremely complicated to make and well beyond my skill level. How wrong could I have been? These were so, so easy to make and so yummy. I used walnuts from our tree, toasted them in the oven for just over 15 minutes before tossing them in with the other ingredients and it came together really quickly and easily. They went down a treat with my drinks and nibbles party last night. Thanks for sharing - made for ZWT5.

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Helen Hes May 17, 2009

I made the recipe using brown sugar instead of granulated sugar. I combined the salt and sugar and tossed while still in the pan rather than in a bowl. That way, the sugar melted and coated the walnuts very well. Delicious by themselves or on salads.

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Claire in Hunt Valley December 05, 2007

Sorry, did not care for these.Perhaps I did things wrong. The sugar just sat on the nuts.

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dolores in paradise December 15, 2006

I am going to try these and sprinkle them with some sesame seeds. I've bought them at the store like that and I think this recipe can be adapted to that. I used them in salads or trail mix.

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dmac085 July 29, 2006
Caramelized Walnuts