Sunday, October 9, 2011

Sante Nuts Review



I was a picky eater as a kid but one of the things I always enjoyed eating is nuts. I remember eating the red pistachios in the summer with my family. They were so good! Almonds have always been a favorite of mine too. I have found a new favorite brand of flavored Almonds by Sante Nuts. They make an awesome Garlic Almond that is overwhelmingly good! If your a garlic and spice lover these are perfect for you. I ate the whole bag in one day. I could not stop eating them. They contain garlic, cayenne, black pepper and a dash of pure cane sugar. The sugar makes the intense bold flavors just turned down a notch that your keep eating them and asking why are these sooooo good!



Recently I have discovered how great nuts can be on a salad. I had a salad with candied pecans from Sante Nuts, dried cranberries, spinach, blue cheese and cherry tomatoes. Oh my was it good! The nuts add a great texture and flavor to a salad.





Sante Nuts uses all natural ingredients for their spice recipes and roast the nuts by hand in small batches. They also use a secret family technique that helps the nuts absorb less oil. Less oil means lower in fat, more crunchier, and more nuts in the package since there is less oil per ounce.

For our readers Sante Nuts has created a coupon code so you can save 25% on your online purchase at SanteNuts.com . Use the code 2011-blog-007 during checkout.




The Sante Nuts website has many great recipes to try using their products. I thought this one would make a great dessert for upcoming holiday gatherings.

Walnut Torte with Coffee Whipped Cream
This flourless torte is made with a minimum of ingredients — nothing more than walnuts, eggs, and sugar — then generously coated with coffee-flavored whipped cream.
(Click the link to get the directions on how to make this)

*I was not paid or compensated for this post. The opinions in this post are 100% mine and may vary from other opinions. I was provided for free the products pictured for my review.
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