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Scrumptious and addicting! I cut the recipe in half except for the cinnamon and I thought it was perfect - not too strong at all. I baked my about 5 minutes longer because my almonds had been in the freezer. Made for PAC 2013 Spring Safari
I usually don't go out of my way to eat nuts, but I'm finding that I'm a sucker for the ones that are coated in some sort of flavoring, whether it be sweet or savory. These made the house smell divine while they were cooking! I was a little worried that the vanilla would be too strong in the finished nuts, but it was just perfect, and a nice add-in to the typical cinnamon sugar almonds. These little suckers were very addictive, so much so that I had to bring them to work with me so I didn't sit and eat the whole bag in waaaay too little time, lol. All the nut lovers at work thought these were very tasty, too! Thanks for posting, made for PAC Spring '10 :)
I love almonds and these did not disappoint. I followed the recipe as written and we all enjoyed them. Made for Spring PAC 2010.
Mmmmm, these were very nice I didn't have unblanched so I had to make do with blanched and they turned out great. the cinnamon was a nice touch very tasty and extremely crunchy. I will be making then again my DH just loves nuts and these just hit the spot, I don't think they will last long. thank's for posting. Made for PAC Spring 2010.
I made these using raw almonds. Had to increase the baking time by about 15 minutes but I was using a glass baking dish. Spreading them out on wax paper to cool made my life a lot easier. I really liked the subtle vanilla flavor with the cinnamon, not overpowering at all. Thanks for the submission.