Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 35 mins

An awesome addition to your fall salads and desserts (yes...even in desserts! think creme brulee or pumpkin pie w/ these on the side)

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Whip egg whites with a little water to thin out.
  2. Dip walnut halves in egg whites, then roll in sugar, then roll in pepper.
  3. Bake 30-35 minutes at 350 until done.
  4. Store in dry container at room temp.


Most Helpful

I decided I couldn't wait 'til this year's crop of walnuts came in, so I used some that I had hoarded in my freezer from last year. This was an outstanding use of them. They may very well be a great garnish on salads or desserts, but I'll have to wait to find out: I just ate these by the handsful. I used a coarsely ground mix of peppercorns (red, white, green, black), so they were pretty as well as delicious. Thanks.

Charlis Meador September 20, 2003

These had the taste I was looking for. I admit I tried to cut corners by not doing them individually and ran into trouble. Next time I will follow directions. :-)

eBeth January 03, 2003

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