The roasted almonds are sweetened with sugar, brown sugar and honey, and spiced with cinnamon, cloves, ginger, and pumpkin powder (dried, ground pumpkin—look for it at natural food stores or online). The 19.75-ounce can is available at retailers nationwide (approximately $9.95 depending on retailer).
It’s easy to make spiced nuts—almonds, pecans, walnuts or other favorite—to enjoy:
- With cocktails
- As snacks
- As garnish for cakes, cupcakes, puddings, ice cream and other treats
- In green salads with goat cheese or blue cheese
- As sides with coffee, tea and hot chocolate
- As gifts, in a small tin, plastic container or cellophane bag tied with ribbon
RECIPE: PUMPKIN SPICED NUTS
We adapted this recipe from one by Spice Islands. The nuts can be made up to three days ahead. Store in an airtight container at room temperature. If you’re making a lot, it’s best to make them in small batches to ensure that the nuts are thoroughly coated.
Limited Edition Planters Pumpkin Spice Almonds. Nuts are better-for-you for snacking; these Planters nuts have 5 grams of protein in every serving.