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2 tbsp cinnamon — ground
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1 tsp cloves — ground
1 tbsp vanilla extract
1 tsp ginger — ground
1 lb walnut halves

Nutritional information

11. 6 g
4.6 g
18.5 g
6 mg
0 mg

Glazed Nuts

  • Veg
    • 45 mins
    • Serves 16
    • Easy



    Glazed Nuts make an amazing snack which can be enjoyed on any occasion, especially on holidays and festivals. They are super easy to make using pecans, walnuts, and almonds. These are candied nuts that are coated with sugar and come in several variants.  These nuts are perfect to be made in large batches and stored for later use as well. Have an interesting show on Netflix, grab some glazed nuts and you are all set for some healthy snacking while you are watching what you like.

    Glazed Nuts are best for salads and pastries. You will be able to customize them according to your personal taste and preferences. They also make lovely gifts and are very easy to make. Best of all, nuts are incredibly healthy and pack in lots of minerals and vitamins that help us stay in shape. Researchers have ranked pecan nuts amongst the top 15 anti-oxidant rich foods.

    Health Benefits

    • Pecan nuts are very good for the heart thanks to the presence of oleic acid and antioxidants. They also help reduce bad cholesterol.
    • Nuts have a lot of fiber and will help improve digestion. Nuts help prevent constipation and will clean the gastrointestinal system.
    • Nuts have anti-inflammatory compounds, and boost immunity as well.
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    How to make Glazed nuts

    • Preheat the oven to 150°C and prepare the baking sheet by coating it with cooking spray.
    • Beat egg white in a bowl and allow it to turn foamy in texture. Add brown sugar, cloves, cinnamon, ginger, and vanilla while stirring well.
    • Add nuts to the mixture and stir well to coat them completely. Spread them evenly on the pan prepared.
    • Bake for about half an hour while stirring occasionally. Toast the nuts well until they become all golden-brown. Remove them from the oven and let them cool.
    • Store the glazed nuts in an airtight sealed container.


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