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I love cinnamon roasted almonds, and this is a great recipe. I am a sucker for anything involving butter! The almonds had a richer flavor that similar recipes using water. I did find that the temperature was a little high and the cook time was a little long for my oven. The almonds started to get a little too brown after 20 minutes time using recipe specifications. I turned the oven down to 285 F, and started to check every 5 minutes. Total cook time at the lowered temp was an additional 10 minutes for perfectly brown and perfectly crunchy almonds.

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Comfort Cookin' August 18, 2009

These are wonderful! I used pecan halves and 1/2 sugar and 1/2 cup stevia. One batch will not last long, so think about making a double batch. Thanks internetnut for sharing this gem.

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Breadie October 08, 2014

I just finished making these using pecans and followed the recipe as is. They are so good that if my family doesn't get home soon, I may have to make another batch!!

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D's Darling December 25, 2013

I just made this about an hour ago. I cut the baking time down to 30 minutes total. two words: NOM NOM!
Made with fresh Pecans from our tree, and its a hit!

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Ruby-Doo November 27, 2012

These were surprisingly good and even crunchy! I think I burned mine though (due to a hyperactively hot new oven that I'm still getting used to.) The cinnamon/sugar/egg white/butter combination is wonderful! Just be careful not to let them burn because burnt pecans taste aweful. I guess the best thing to do is taste-test them often as the cooking time comes to an end.

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Ransomed by Fire December 07, 2008
German Cinnamon Roasted Almonds or Pecans