Toasted Walnuts with Rosemary : an easy recipe
If you are looking for an easy snack or food gift, this recipe for Toasted Walnuts with Rosemary is it! These very snackable nuts are quick and easy to make. And, they make a great food gift! Download the PDF with the printable gift tags below.
It is not my intention to throw my husband under the bus, but…I had to make these toasted walnuts 4 different times in order to get them photographed before he ate them! I would toast them, leave them on the counter to cool and come back to find half of them gone! So a couple of days later I made another batch, left them on the counter to cool and…you get the idea. Finally, I rather snapped at him to leave the d@#! nuts alone long enough for me to photograph them!
Suffice it to say, as soon as the walnuts were done with their photo session, he went right back to his nut grazing.
And don’t you love it when some so simple is so good? I mean, we are talking toasting walnuts with olive oil, salt, and minced rosemary. That’s it. But that simple combination is an example of that adage, ‘the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.’
The toasted walnuts are obviously great just in a bowl on their own, but also shine as a part of a Charcuterie Board.
Toasted Walnuts with Rosemary
This Toasted Walnuts with Rosemary Recipe is so quick and easy to make and results in a delicious snack, which is also perfect for gifting.
- 4 cups walnut halves
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1 1/2 - 2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh rosemary
- 1 1/2 teaspoons salt
- Preheat oven to 350°F
- Spread walnuts out on a large baking sheet
- Bake for 10 minutes
- Toss warm walnuts with oil, salt, and rosemary
- Let cool and enjoy!
- Store in an airtight container
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 32 ounces Serving Size: 2 ounces
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 93Total Fat: 9gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 8gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 99mgCarbohydrates: 2gFiber: 1gSugar: 0gProtein: 2g
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To gift these Toasted Walnuts with Rosemary, I used these 16 ounces jars. I printed tags on cardstock, punched them out with my 2.5 circle paper punch and tied the tags to the jars with string or ribbon.
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Do you like roasted almonds as well? Check out this recipe for roasted and salted almonds with no added oil!
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These sound so good! My husband would do the same thing if I made something this yummy.
Oh Paula, I have made and we have eaten so many of these. Make them for hubby!
I made the rosemary walnuts as gifts and they are delicious. I have not been able to get the gift tags to come to my email despite completing the form times 2.
I’m so glad you enjoy them as much as we do. I’ve forwarded the gift tags to you. Let me know if you haven’t received them.
I’m sure this is a silly question, but I not sure whether to start with roasted or raw nuts. I will buy the nuts at Trader Joe’s. Also, have you tried this recipe with cashews.
Thank you for all of your clever ideas!
Definitely raw walnuts!