I first had this yummy treat at a book club meeting when my non-paleo friend, Elaine, very thoughtfully researched and made this recipe. When I tasted them, I really thought she was lying that they were paleo. Even if you’re trying to eat healthier, you can still enjoy the taste of candied nuts with these lightened up Paleo Maple Glazed Pecans.
While not exactly paleo, the moderate sugar content makes it a perfectly acceptable treat once in a while. Toss the pecans well so they’re evenly coated in the spices. Transfer the pecans onto a piece of wax paper or parchment paper to cool before serving. Try jazzing up these Candied Pecans with some spices like cinnamon and cayenne. New York Times Bestselling author Elana Amsterdam founded Elana’s Pantry, a go-to website for easy, healthy, grain-free, Paleo recipes, in 2006.
Simple, glazed pecans make a delicious addition to salads and desserts. It’s also amazing eaten unadorned. Candy Coated Pecans SCD Paleo NoSugar. Transfer the coated pecans to the bag with the sugar mixture.