Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Cooking Light Virtual Supper Club- Honey Glazed Almonds

This month's Cooking Light Virtual Supper Club theme was Holiday Hors d'oeuvres, chosen by Sandi.
You can see the full menu by visiting Val's blog here.

I decided to make Honey Glazed Almonds. This recipe is very easy and takes about 10 minutes to throw together. You toast the almonds in a skillet for a few minutes on the stovetop and then mix together the honey & spices. That mixture is warmed in the microwave and then added to the almonds. You just stir and cook for 2 more minutes and then spread the nuts on a piece of parchment to let them set up for 10 minutes. They couldn't be easier!

I didn't have chipotle chili powder, just plain chili powder and I was wishing these nuts had a little bit more spice. Next time I will double the spice. These nuts are slightly sweet and crunchy and they make the perfect finger food. They would make a great addition to any holiday party or table, and would also be great as a gift or snack. Very versatile.

Here is the recipe for Honey Glazed Almonds
* I would add more of the spices to kick up the flavor next time



3 comments:

bellini said...

These would defininitely be a welcome snack over the holidays Mary Ann.Thanks for being a dedicated member of the Supper Club over the past year, you will be missed.

Elizabeth said...

oh I love almonds! I'll have to try these.

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

I have some Almonds that I bought from Trader Joe's... OMG.
They are delish.
These on the other hand would come warm out of the oven.
A winner in my book!

I hope you pop in for our supper club when ever you can. We'll still be there when you are ready!