Looking for recipes using nuts and seeds? Here’s a list to get you started.
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1. Drunken Pumpkin Seeds
I know pumpkin is usually a Halloween treat- but these seeds are delicious anytime during the year and make great gifts. You can buy pumpkin seeds in bulk in most health food stores for a great price!
From: Sweet C’s
2. Sweet, Salty, Spicy Party Nuts
Combine walnut halves, pecan halves, almonds, and cashews in a large bowl. Add salt, black pepper, cumin, and cayenne pepper; toss to coat.
From: Simple Moms Kitchen
3. Homemade Candied Pecans
These candied pecans are made with just a few simple ingredients and perfect for a sweet treat or gift for friends and family!
From: Live Well Bake Often
4. Caramelized Maple Walnuts
Caramelized Maple Walnuts are my latest addiction around here. Just pure maple syrup, walnuts and a few minutes of time in the skillet, and you’ve got delicious candied walnuts for a myriad of uses.
5. Chocolate Honey Roasted Almonds
Chocolate Honey Roasted Almonds are simple to make and delicious to eat. You can set them out in a bowl at home or pack them in a mason jar to give as a gift. These are a treat, but are made with good ingredients and aren’t overly sweet.
From: Mama Likes to Cook
6. Easy Spiced Nuts
Every time I have served them they disappear and I have to hide them if I make them the day before. The smell alone of the nuts roasting brings the family flocking to the kitchen.
From: Crafting A Family
7. Sugar and Spice Toasted Pumpkin Seeds
Toss the pumpkin seeds in the melted butter, sugar and pumpkin pie spice until they’re coated thoroughly. Spread them out in an even layer and toast them for about 45 minutes turning them a few times in the process. You’ll know they’re done when they’re golden brown and crunchy. Enjoy!
From: Hot Polka Dot
8. Cinnamon & Sugar Baked Pumpkin Seeds
Pumpkin seeds are pretty delicious. But did you know you can add flavors to them, to add another layer of flavor? You can! We made cinnamon sugar pumpkin seeds as a snack and enjoyed them.
From: Eat Travel Life
9. Quick & Easy Candied Pecans
These quick and easy candied pecans are perfect for salads, the tops of desserts or just for snacking. Keep reading to discover even more uses for candied pecans. Be careful, however, they are a tad addicting.
From: Meaningful Mama
10. Spiced Bacon Nuts
Before every road trip, I make up a batch of spiced nuts. Each batch is almost always different because I just throw in whatever sounds good at the time. This time, I thought bacon would make a great addition to my spiced nuts. They aren’t super spicy because I added a bit of brown sugar, but if you are super adventurous or love spicy foods skip the brown sugar.
From: Around My Family Table
11. Chai Spiced Candied Nuts
These Chai Spiced Candied Nuts are easy to make, bursting with sweet spice and deliciously crisp. They also take on a new dimension when dipped in chocolate and dusted with salted cocoa powder or spiced icing sugar. Serve all three varieties and put on a nut spread to impress.
From: Little Sugar Snaps
12. Pumpkin Spice Candied Nuts
Pumpkin Spice Candied Nuts: you only need ten minutes and six ingredients to make a batch of these sweet toasted pumpkin spice mixed nuts on the stovetop!
From: The Novice Chef
13. Cinnamon Candied Pecans
Paleo maple cinnamon pecans are a staple in our house. These toasted pecans have hints of sweet maple syrup, cinnamon spice, and sea salt. Served on their own or as part of a healthy trail mix, these paleo candied pecans are a protein-packed healthy snack that you will love.
From: Feed Them Wisely
14. Chipotle Spiced Nuts
This recipe for chipotle roasted nuts combines lots of things we love into one terrific recipe – and it’s especially nice for the holiday season. Your friends and family will think you’re spoiling them.
From: Better Hens & Gardens
15. Spiced Maple Glazed Pecans
These are SO GOOD. Sweet, but not too sweet, salty, and a little spicy. Give these to everyone!
From: Honey & Jam
16. Sugar Coated Pecans
These sugar coated pecans are easy to make and can last for a few weeks, making them ideal gifts or a great snack to keep around the house.
From: Homemade Hooplah
17. Perfectly Spiced and Roasted Winter Squash Seeds
Butternut, honey-nut, acorn, kabocha, delicata, spaghetti squash and of course pumpkin all have nutrient dense seeds that are begging to be roasted. Spiced Winter Squash Seeds are the perfect healthy snack.
From: Abra’s Kitchen
18. Vanilla Cinnamon Candied Almonds
You can make these vanilla cinnamon candied almonds right at home, for a fraction of the price you’d pay at a festival, and they taste even better!
From: The Chunky Chef
19. Candied Walnuts
These candied walnuts are light, perfectly sweet and have a hint of cinnamon to them. I have to admit, aside from a salad topper, I’ve even been eating them as an afternoon snack!
From: Dinner at the Zoo
20. Pumpkin Seeds – 4 Different Flavors
Today I am sharing how to cook pumpkin seeds, along with 4 fun flavors! My husband LOVES Pumpkin Seeds and Pine Nuts in the fall, so I was pretty much forced to learn tons of ways to make them! We started dating at the beginning of a Fall and it’s seriously one of my main memories – him eating Pumpkin Seeds and Pine Nuts! And now our whole family loves them!
From: Over the Big Moon
21. Honey Roasted Almonds
Easy, whole food honey roasted almonds made from scratch with coconut sugar/oil, salt and honey. Refined sugar free and gluten-free.
From: Simply Sisson
22. Jamaican Jerk Spiced Nuts
Jamaican Jerk Spiced Nuts is a fun and festive appetizer with a intriguing combination of flavors ~ and it’s so easy to make! These zesty mixed nuts are the perfect starter for any party.
23. Cinnamon Toast Pumpkin Seeds
One of my favorite parts of pumpkin carving is saving the seeds and seeing what fun ways I can flavor them. In the past I have made Easy Curry and Sage Roasted Peptia Seeds but this year I decided to make them taste like Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal!
From: The Fit Foodie Mama
24. Toasted Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Seeds
Crunchy Toasted Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Seeds make a sweet and healthy snack and satisfy your sweet tooth, without adding on the pounds.
From: This Old Gal
25. Instant Pot Candied Nuts
One of the really great things about this Instant Pot candied nuts recipe is that you can really use any nut you would like. I have done it with almonds and walnuts so far, but pecans are my husbands favorite so I tend to make them more often then the others. They are great on salads, as a gift, and so much more!
26. Cinnamon Sugar Candied Nuts
Once you pop, you can’t stop. These homemade cinnamon sugar candied nuts are addictive, crowd-pleasing, and dangerously simple!
From: Sally’s Baking Addiction
27. The Best Candied Nuts
These Candied Nuts are the best thing ever! Deliciously crunchy with a sweet cinnamon coating. You’ll be sneaking bite after bite.
From: Real Food with Jessica
28. Maple Spiced Candied Pecans and Almonds
Roasted to perfection in maple syrup and spices, these candied pecans and almonds make the ultimate holiday snack or gift!
From: Whole and Heavenly Oven
29. Rosemary Roasted Nuts
These Savory & Spicy Rosemary Roasted Mixed Nuts are the perfect combination of savory, salty, spicy and sweet! You can use any combination of nuts for this recipe, or just use your one favorite variety of nut. They make a great, quick and easy appetizer or snack, and are always a hit at a party… but be warned, they are seriously addictive!
From: No Spoon Necessary
30. Smoky Chili Lime Sunflower Seeds
These sunflower seeds are smoky and tangy with just the right amount of heat. Use them as a topping for salads, baked potatoes, pizzas, inside a trail mix, or grab a handful or so just for snacking. I’ve been sneaking a scoop or two of these ever since I made them. Use them however you want. The tasty possibilities are only limited by your imagination.
From: Your Daily Vegan
31. Honey Chipotle Peanuts
Salty peanuts roasted in honey, chipotle peppers & lime. Hot and spicy with subtle hints of sweet and sour making them the perfect crunchy-munchie snack.