Honey Glazed Mixed Nuts

"This recipe is from Kraft Food & Family. So easy and a great snack. The recipe says it makes 12 servings but not at my house."
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  • In a large skillet, combine the ingredients and cook on medium high heat for 2 to 3 minutes or until glaze starts to simmer and turns foams.
  • Spread onto a greased baking sheet, separating slightly with a fork; cool completely.

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  1. mmm...this was just so easy!! I used a mix of almond, pecan and cashew (I always have a stash of these in my freezer) These will be added to my Christmas Baskets this year. Reviewed for Fall PAC 2008
  2. This is so easy to do. I really love this. I did half the recipe. I used roasted almonds and pecans. DH doesn't care about them. Anyway, I'll have more for me LOL Thanks Paula. Made for Zaar Star Game
  3. Used these as part of a Christmas gift for my brother and he defenitely loved them! Will make these again next year as part of my Christmas trays. Thanks for posting, PaulaG!
  4. Wonderful we loved these and that they were so tasty without added sugar and salt. I used unsalted nuts but I agree with the reviewer who said there is no way this recipe would serve 12... maybe four people around here. I will double next time and will be making these a lot. It's a keeper !
  5. I love honey, But as you would know honey is very sticky and as a finger food I would not suggest! These are great on a salad which is how I served them! Top a warmed brie with them! Stuff them into a pounded chicken breast for a pleasant surprise.


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