Very, very good. I always get that honey almond spread at the bagel place but I think that I prefer the taste of the pecans. I toasted my pecans first and they had a wonderful flavor.
Really great basic recipe to use as is or to build on like I did. I used toasted almonds, and took the advice of others about cinnamon and vanilla. The amounts in the recipe are perfect, didn't adjust anything just the two additions and those are personal preferences. Thanks!
Very easy recipe and such a great way to spice up the traditional plain cream cheese. I followed the recommendation of another reviewer and toasted the pecans and added a touch of vanilla extract. It was the perfect complement to my cinnamon raisin bagel.
This recipe was very easy to make for just one serving, and spiced up my what would have been boring, low cal white bagel.
This is yummy & easy. I halved the recipe with ease, and followed it exactly, using reduced-fat cream cheese. Served with various bagels. Next time, I think I'll chop my pecans into bigger pieces; I used the food processor and they were a little too chopped up :)
Excellent combination that is delicious on bagels. Will keep this in mind for the holidays, too..I usually serve several quick breads with a variety of cream cheese spreads. Added just a touch more honey. Thanks for posting!!
This is terrific on bagels! Creamy and some crunchiness. Perfect sweetness. Thanx for posting this.
This was quick and easy to prepare and tasted delicious! It was almost too decadent to eat for breakfast, but I managed to wolf it all down! Thanks for sharing this recipe TGirl,RN!
Sweet, tangy, nutty, creamy and crunchy! Can it get any better!? I used to get a honey walnut cream cheese from the Bruggers Bagels in NC, but there aren't any particularly appealing bagel places I've seen here in San Francisco and I miss my bagels (and the yummy honey walnut cream cheese!) But you know what? I think I like this better! The pecan flavor goes terrifically with the honey and cream cheese. I was a bit tenative about the cinnamon, so I only added a couple dashes and it was a wonderful subtle addtion. I also added 2 drops vanilla extract. YUM! This is eat-it-with-a-spoon good!