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These nuts are so good! I had a hard time getting them dry enough without burning them during the time in the skillet; they were a little sticky after the 3 minutes so after they had cooled I popped them in the oven at 275 degrees for about 25 minutes - perfect! The maple flavor with the walnuts and a little salt was just delightful - thanks for sharing the recipe!

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loof December 19, 2010

Oooooh, so quick and easy and yummy! I made this and ate it as is, then used some for a cranberry walnut slaw! I threw in some pecans too. Thanks cookie! Made for ZWT4-Fancy Feinschmeckers!

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Sharon123 June 30, 2008

Great easy recipe! Loof, thanks for the oven tip!

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OreandHollyMom January 03, 2015

These are so amazing! I toasted the walnuts first and follow the recipe and they do not stay my family loves these. The texture and flavor better than any I've tried. Thanks Ellie, but the serving size is not realistic. :)

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mj M. October 15, 2014

These are delicious! Just sweet enough with a nice maple flavor. They dried nicely and were not sticky at all for me, once they cooled. I'll make these again and try adding a bit of cinnamon or ginger next time. Thanks for the easy and great tasting recipe.

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Cheffie M August 24, 2013

Wanted something to dress up a arugula salad with figs, blackberries and Gorgonzola cheese, these seemed perfect and were a hit! I used a bit of Amish butter with the maple and salt and delish. I had to hide the leftovers so we had them for more salads or my husband would have eaten everyone! Thanks for sharing.

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Goat mom July 21, 2013

I just love these. I lost this recipe and found it again on recipezaar. Thanks cookiedog I am going to make them in a little while. By the way, these freeze very well. I am making a double batch so I can freeze some!

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jwalldren February 20, 2009

Thanks, cookiedog. This is a super recipe. The nuts are not at all sticky and have a nice flavor. I added additional sea salt for more of a sweet/salty taste. Soooo quick to make, almost no cleaning up to do. If you need a last-minute gift, this is it. . . . . Janet

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Jezski December 25, 2008

Boy! Are these walnuts ever tasty! As simple as this recipe was to make, I see no reason not to whip these walnuts up whenever I suspect someone may drop by or just to have on hand, especially during the holidays! Also a beautiful topper to cupcakes, on a frosted cake, in a salad or even as an addition to a coffee cake recipe! Thanks for the delicious recipe, Cookiedog!

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Bev December 09, 2008

I first saw this recipe on foodnetwork and tried them. These are good and very addicting. Very light and tasty. A great healthy snack!

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*pink* September 12, 2008
Maple Glazed Walnuts