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Spiced Nut Mix

September 1, 2017

Spiced Nut Mix is a spicy, savory and slightly sweet mix of roasted nuts and crackers that is the perfect game day and holiday snack.

 Spiced Nut Mix / https://www.hwcmagazine.com

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You are just going to love this spiced nut mix as it zesty, addicting and a snap to throw together. It is so easy to throw together, we whipped up a batch during our move.

If you have been following along on FACEBOOK, you might have noticed that that we have a query or challenge to have our readers guess how many boxes did it take to move the Healthy World Cuisine kitchen from one location to the other. Can you guess how many? Just the kitchen-only! We are hosting an international GIVEAWAY open to all our readers for a fun international addition to your cooking pantry. Hurry and enter as the deadline is September 30th at 0900 EST to post your response to the challenge. In order to qualify, you must guess how many 24 x 12 inch boxes it takes to move our kitchen on FACEBOOK, like our facebook page and tag a friend. (Only the kitchen supplies... pots, pans, dishes, pantry items, props for Healthy World Cuisine.) 

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Moving is an absolute pain! You need a delicious snack like this spiced nut mix to help you get through the rough times and a glass of wine in other. Keep repeating the process until the packing and unpacking process in complete or until the spiced nut mix is gone.

We wanted to use up the bits and bops of nuts and crackers in the pantry. Why is it that family members will not eat the last handful or 2 of nuts or snacks? Really?!! This Drives us crazy! How about you?

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We are all about the waste not want not method so spiced nut mix is a great way to breathe back life into the snacks in the cupboard. You can make spiced nut mix gluten-free by just holding the crackers or adding a few small gluten-free crackers to the mix or even pretzels. If you want to make this recipe diabetic friendly, exchange the maple syrup with olive oil, coconut oil just so that spices adhere.

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The hack for putting this spiced nut mix recipe together is to have a total of 2.5 cups of any nuts or bite size crackers. Spices of your choice. We like it a little spicy so we added chili powder and a little earthy so we added a little cumin and garlic for good measure. However, really you could any spices your little heart desires. We just happened to have not packed those 3 spices up yet with the move. Complete coincidence, Really!

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This Saturday starts up the college football games and we are armed and ready to go with our delicious spiced nut mix. It is pretty must obligatory that you should have snacks with the pre-game and game festivities. This one pan spiced nut mix could not be easier for any party or gathering or after school snacks. If you are looking for other finger nibbles during the festivities, be sure to try our Spicy Shrimp with Creamy Tarator Sauce , Homemade Chorizo Stuffed Mushrooms  or DIY Pizza Party .





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Spiced Nut Mix

By HWC Magazine  , , , ,

September 1, 2017

Spiced Nut Mix is a spicy, savory and slightly sweet mix of roasted nuts and crackers that is the perfect game day snack.

  • Prep: 5 mins
  • Cook: 45 mins
  • Yields: 2.5 cups


Olive oil spray- to coat bottom of baking dish

Almonds- 1 cup

Spanish peanuts - ½ cup

Pumpkin seeds (pepitas shelled pumpkin seeds) ½ cup

Oyster crackers (other small one bite gluten-free crackers or pretzels) ½ cup

Olive oil 1 tablespoon

Maple syrup – 2 tablespoons

Salt- ½ teaspoon

Chili powder – 1 teaspoon or to taste for heat

Garlic powder- ½ teaspoon

Cumin powder- 1 teaspoon


1Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (176 C)

2Spray a baking sheet with cooking spray or line with parchment paper

3Add your almonds, Spanish peanuts, pumpkin seeds (pepitas), oyster crackers to the prepared baking sheet. (You can exchange with any type of nuts and bite sized gluten-free crackers or pretzels to add up to 2.5 cups that your little heart desires) Add your olive oil, maple syrup, salt, chili powder, garlic powder and cumin and mix well. Lay out your spiced nut mix in a single layer on the baking sheet.

4Bake for about 45 minutes and stir every 15 minutes so that all sides get toasty and roasted.

5Remove from oven and enjoy!


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