Nuts and Nut Snacks

Bring a batch of spiced nuts for snacks at the office Christmas party, or make a bowl of butter pecan popcorn for late-night gift wrapping. Whether you like nuts salty, sweet, or spicy, you'll love these Christmas snack recipes.

Caribbean Nuts

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An egg white helps the brown sugar and Jamaican-style spices cling to the peanuts. Pack the snack into decorative containers and give as holiday gifts.

Spicy Pecans

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This tasty snack recipe makes a great gift from your kitchen.

Crunchy Party Mix

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For an easy party appetizer, spice up pretzel and pecan snacks by trying one of the peppy variations.

Happy Trail Mix

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This no-bake cereal snack recipe is easy for kids to mix up.

Savory Nuts

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Don't say we didn't warn you: Just a taste of these herbed nuts brings guests back for more.

Roasted Nut Snack

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Any nuts can be spruced up for the Christmas holidays with a seasoning mix. Here are four options that you can make to create a variety of appetizing coatings.

Cran-Walnut Kettle Corn

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Make this simple snack recipe your own by mixing in any dried fruit and nut combination.

Fabulous Five-Minute Fudge

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Melt and stir. It's that easy when you use your microwave for this ultra-rich chocolate dessert. Store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 1 week.

Fruit and Nuts

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Need a snack to go? Try this one: healthy red grapes and almonds.

Orange-Spiced Hazelnuts

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Toffee Butter Crunch

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Because of the amount of butter in this candy recipe, the toffee does not stick to the unbuttered foil.

Sugared Almonds

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Serve these favorite candied nuts at a holiday party or package them and give away as gifts.

Roasted Spiced Almonds

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Sweet and Spicy Pecans

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These yummy pecans are super for snacking, but they also make wonderful holiday or hostess gifts. Why use cane sugar? Cane sugar has a lower melting point than the more common beet sugar, which makes cane sugar better for candied glazes.

Fire-and-Ice Nut Mix

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Simply Great Caramel Corn

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This super-easy family favorite recipe combines popped corn, pretzels, and cashews and makes a great food gift!

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