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- Ready In:
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
- Place the shells on a baking sheet.
- Mix the sugar and chopped nuts and fill the shells.
- Bake for 8 minutes or until the shells are lightly browned.
- Mix the honey and water in a small bowl and drizzle over the nuts.
- Serve warm or at room temperature.
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Nice and simple dessert. I sampled a couple different combinations. The first combination included walnuts, pecans and pistachios. I wasn't a big fan of the pistachios. The secound round, I mixed pecans, sugar, cinnammon and nutmeg and loved it. The third combination, I used roasted chopped pecans with sugar and drizzled nutella, which I loved.
Delicious and super easy! I doubled the recipe and took to our neighborhood Holiday House Hop. They are gorgeous and so easy to throw together. I doubled the recipe and the ingredient amounts were spot on. I used a combo of almonds, walnuts & pecans. I added about 1/16 teaspoon of ground cinnamon, which was lovely. Thanks for posting!
I was looking for something to delight my husband and his parents for dessert after a simple dinner. They had lived in Turkey for a while and my husband constantly lamented the lack of good Baklava at any of the Mediterranean restaurants in our area. Pistachios are a must if you want this to be authentic, but I'm not a fan of them myself so I made some with and some without. My family loved this treat and it was so very simple to make!
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