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First time going nuts was a good thing

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First - i want to thank sfprankster for the inspiration to try this out.

 

Made a mixture of pecans, almonds and cashews - drizzled with maple syrup and honey, dusted with cinnamon and cayenne pepper to taste.  

 

not sure if I will ever buy prepared nuts again.

 

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The only inspiration I can take credit for is the precise fabrication of the handmade aluminum foil trays... :cool:

 

 

These nuts are too easy and turn out soooooooo good!!! I make them for our road trips. A great snack that's healthy and satisfying. 


Edited by sfprankster - 9/28/15 at 2:55pm
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I'm stealing your idea. I have around 40 lbs pecans and keep almonds on hand all the time. Now I have another use for my smoker. Thanks for the post.

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What temperature and for how long did you smoke them?
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Smoked at 160 for about 4 hours.

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