Honey Roasted Almonds - Sweet & Spicy almonds

By Priya Srinivasan - I Camp in My Kitchen - Friday, June 05, 2015

Another interesting recipe to spice up your movie night. Roasted almonds with lilttle of spice and little of sweet. This recipe has been in my 'to-do' folder for quite a long time. Both my kiddos love almonds, they will gobble a handful as they come and go in the kitchen and eventually my almond stash will get over in a week of buying.
When i wanted to do this recipe for the BM, i literally hid some away from my kids.  It is a pretty easy recipe and will be a definite hit at parties. Apart from being a hit, it is also healthy to snack on nuts than on any other junk. The spice level can be increased or decreased or you can totally experiment with other spices, like cardamom, nutmeg or cinnamon.  I have kept it simple with chili powder, salt and sugar. Try and let me know your favorite spice.
2 cups raw almonds
3 tbsp honey
1/2 tsp butter
1/2 tsp red chili powder
1/2 tsp sea salt flakes
1/2 tsp sugar

  • Line a large cookie sheet with parchment. Keep the almonds in the centre of the tray.
  • In a small skillet, heat honey  until it turns a bit runny, takes about a minute. Take it off the stove, add  butter  and chili powder to it and give a quick stir for it to mix well.
  • Pour this honey  mixture over the almonds, using 2 spoons mix the almonds and honey well together. Once mixed well,spread them well on the baking tray, for even baking.
  • Preheat the oven to 200C and bake the almonds for 12-15 minutes,  taking them out once and tossing them well for a crunchy bake.
  • Once done,  remove it from the oven. In a large bowl, add sugar and salt take the almonds into the bowl, toss well for the sugar & salt to coat the almonds well.
  • Transfer the almonds to the tray again and spread well for it to cool down. Once cooled,  store them in air-tight containers, if you have any leftovers!!!

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  1. Well I too have to hide almonds and cashew nuts from my Big Kid, sorry the Biggest one. These look yum. Will try them when he is not around so that I get some decent pics.

  2. These are so addictive that it sometimes scares me to make these. My husband is after me to make these atleast once a month :)

  3. Same pinch .. I have this planned :))) yes these r very addictive !! But I wd have the kids eat these healthy nuts than a bag of greasy store bought chips ...

  4. I have made this and was wondering where the pictures are now!! Loved it and its a bonus that its healthy :-)

  5. The pictures are so amazing Priya..great clicks and the snack I am sure is a great hit,,,I love it and can have everything in one go!

  6. Hehe... I guess it is ghar ghar ki kahaani... I have to watch out my dabba of almonds and cashews as well... abba and betis can finish off the whole thing in one sitting! :) Love this sweet-salty nuts...

  7. My sister used to make this perfect for a move time...

  8. Those almonds do look super tempting and addictive.

  9. These are addictive. Here in NY these nuts are street food. The street version is only sweet though.

  10. Very dangerous almonds they are, i cant resist to these honey roasted nuts.

  11. What an addictive recipe! I am definitely making it soon :)

  12. I often make these using spice blends like raz al hanout - love this version!

  13. The pics are so delicious Priya! So good that I have to buy[and hide my box of ] almonds just to make this!

  14. This is one of my favorite movie snack....don't have to buy them again!!!

  15. I will be making this oon Priya. Lovely click!!

  16. Your post reminded me that I have this in my drafts for ages now and never got to publish it. These almonds make an addictive snack.


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