The BEST recipe for crunchy nut clusters!
Lightly glazed and bursting with salty ‘n sweet flavors, this nut cluster recipe is one of my favorite easy snacks to make. Simple ingredients and delicious results.
Sweet. Salty. And absolutely DELICIOUS. Three kinda-sentences to describe this nut cluster recipe that will make snack time the easiest and tastiest time of the day.
Have you ever made your own nut clusters at home? You won’t believe how easy it is, or how simple the ingredients can be. With just a few minutes of prep, you’re on your way to snacking on the best nut clusters!
Crispy, crunchy and full of big nut chunks, this nut cluster recipe is just waiting for you to come and get it! Okay, that sounded a bit funny, but we’re nut-rollin’ with it! 😉
Ready to make the best nut clusters ever? Let’s go nuts!
Nut Cluster Recipe: The Ingredients!
- The Nuts: almonds, walnuts, and pecans combine for the BEST combo ever in your soon-to-be fave nut clusters. However, you can totally use the nuts you have on hand, or go out and get your faves.
- Blanched Almond Flour
- Sea Salt: sea salt just adds a little something something to today’s nut clusters. But feel free to use the table salt you have on hand, or use that special occasion Himalayan pink salt! 😉
- Pure Maple Syrup
- Ground Cinnamon (Optional): optional, but highly recommended. Is it just me, or does cinnamon make nearly anything taste better? Try keeping the ground cinnamon in this nut cluster recipe to make sure it’s the absolute best.
How to Make This Nut Clusters Recipe
Always make sure to preheat your oven first. Delaying this might cause you to forget–I’ve definitely been there! 😉 So first, preheat your oven to 325°F. Then, line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Now, add all of your nut cluster ingredients into a large mixing bowl. Use a wooden spoon or rubber spatula to stir and fold all of that nutty goodness together until well mixed.
Drop spoonfuls of the nut cluster mixture onto the sheet you prepared earlier. Make sure to form clusters that have a sturdy (and as Erik would say, “structurally sound”) base. How these clusters look when you place them in the oven will be how they look when you take ’em out. 😉
Bake, Cool and Enjoy
Bake, cool, and enjoy the best nut clusters ever!
Yeah! Now for the good stuff… allow me to tell you all about this Sweet ‘n Salty Nut Clusters Recipe. It’s:
- made with just 6 ingredients — and possibly less if you just use one kind of nut! 😉
- protein-rich and refined sugar-free
- vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo
- the perfect veganized version of honey nut clusters to add to your tasty vegan recipes box
- just the perfect balance of salty ‘n sweet
- great as a quick ‘n easy snack, or a fantastic gift
- … including these: vegan chocolate chip cookies, gluten free maple pecan pumpkin muffins, no bake chocolate peanut butter bars.
- made with the whole, simple, healthy ingredients you know and love
- truly so yummy paired with my Vegan Peppermint Mocha Frappuccino (oh yes, we are SO ready for Christmas!!)
- soon to be your favorite way to learn how to make nut clusters!
Are you ready to get your homemade gift on? Let’s do it! I’ll grab my big buckets of nuts (hehehehehehehehehe), you grab your appetite. It’s so much fun enjoying these kitchen adventures with you. I truly can’t wait to hear what you think. ‘Til then…
Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️
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If you enjoyed this Sweet ‘n Salty Nut Clusters Recipe, then you’ll just love these autumn-inspired healthy vegan gluten free nut recipes:
- 5 Ingredient Nut Bars Recipe
- 4 Ingredient No Bake Nutella Bars
- 2 Ingredient Chocolate Coconut Candy Clusters
- Keto Nut Clusters
- Dark Chocolate Coconut Almonds
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