These easy Maple Walnuts are made in minutes. They make a great hostess gift or appetizer.
Any recipe I can make in minutes is a keeper in my book. Adding maple syrup to walnuts is simple, but it elevates them up a notch, and they become a great appetizer or homemade hostess gift.
The maple syrup becomes candied onto the walnuts and they are not sticky at all.
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- Walnuts: I used unsalted roasted cashews because I like to control the amount of salt. I like roasted for the crunchy roasted taste. You could use salted roasted cashews.
- Maple syrup: For its sweet maple flavor.
- Salt: Enhances flavors.
How To Make This Recipe
- Put walnuts in a skillet. Add maple syrup and salt.
- Heat on medium high heat stirring frequently until syrup dissolves.
- Spread walnuts on parchment or foil until they cool.
How Long Do These Last?
These will last for 2-3 weeks in an airtight container in the pantry, and even longer if stored in the fridge or freezer.
Ways To Serve
- Snack or appetizer
- Ice cream
- Overnight oats
Maple syrup takes walnuts up a notch in the maple glazed walnuts.
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- Put walnuts in a pan. Add maple syrup and salt. Cook on medium high heat, stirring frequently until syrup dissolves, about 8 minutes.
- Spread on parchment paper and let cool.
*Note: Nutrition information should be considered an estimate only. Different nutrition calculators give you different results.