- Very high in vitamin E.
- Beneficial in protecting against cancer, heart disease, heart attacks and strokes, arthritis, infertility, and skin problems.
- Great snack to manage hunger and maintain blood sugar levels.
- Good source of calcium.
- High in monounsaturated fats to protect the heart. ❤️.
I like to soak them in coconut water with a bit of cinnamon. I usually soak them at least overnight. You can use the coconut water later for a smoothie. 😀
Make sure to get almonds still in their skin. Keep in the refrigerator.
Here is a recipe we love to pack in lunches or gobble as a snack. 😃
Oven Baked Cinnamon Almonds
2 cups soaked almonds
( I like to soak mine in coconut water and cinnamon at least overnight). Amazing flavor just like this, but if you want to have a bit of fun…continue on 😊
¼ powdered sugar
1 teaspoon of cinnamon
Dash of salt
Dash of cayenne
Drain water off of almonds and save for a smoothie later. 😃
Dry off almonds completely and place in a container with lid or ziplock bag. Add the powdered sugar and shake shake shake. 💃🏾
Line cookie sheet with parchment paper and place almonds on sheet.
Smooth almonds into one layer.
Bake at 325 for 15-20 minutes.
Just until the powdered sugar crystallizes onto almonds.
While almonds baking mix salt and cayenne in small bowl.
Remove from oven and sprinkle with
cayenne salt mixture while warm.
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