Pumpkin Pie Roasted Almonds.

If you follow my blog, you know I’m a pumpkin addict.  I start cooking with it the minute the kids go back to school and fall creeps into my psyche.  I love the warmth of the aroma and the taste is out of this world!  Funny enough, I don’t like pumpkin pie.  I can’t explain it but I whip up so many other great substitutions that I’m cool with it.

Super easy recipe…


2 cups of raw almonds
3 teaspoons of ground cinnamon
2 1/2 teaspoons of pumpkin pie spice seasoning
4 tablespoons of organic agave or honey
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
Sea Salt


Preheat the oven to 325 degrees.  Line a cookie sheet with parchment or foil.

Into a bowl place your almonds.  Then add cinnamon, spice, agave or honey and vanilla.  Toss to coat each nut.  Spread the nuts evenly on the cookie sheet.  Sprinkle with sea salt.  Bake for 18-20 minutes.  Let cool and serve.




58 thoughts on “Pumpkin Pie Roasted Almonds.

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  2. I made these nuts last night, freaking delicious! The whole apartment smelled so good while they were in the oven! Almonds are great and great for you, this is a good way to get some in ya. Thanks for this and all your recipes. And you’ll have to thank Nadia G for directing me to your site.

    • Ricky, I’m so happy that you love them! Yes, extra bonus – the house does smell awesome! I so appreciate your kindness, you will never know how much it means to me! oxoxo Robin

  3. i saw these on pinterest approximately an hour ago and now they are cooling waiting to be eaten! so glad i came across your website. as a vegetarian i appreciate the wide array of recipes you have. thank you!!

  4. These are amazing in every way! Taste, smell and SouthBeach friendly! Thank you for the great recipe :) I’m excited to make this for our Chilli cookoff for people to snack on! xx

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  7. These are delicious! And smell fantastic, my only problem was getting them off the foil when they were cool. I lost half of them cause they were covered in foil fragments… :( any tips?

    • Hmmmm…. I didn’t have that problem. Maybe try spraying your foil with a baking spray (olive oil Pam etc.) to see if that helps. If not, bake on a Silpat instead of foil. Hope this helps! Robin

  8. As a trainer I am always trying to give my clients healthy yummy snacks, and this was perfect! Honey is a little high sugar for some, so I repalced it with organic Agave, they are absolutely delcious!! I made a big batch for me and my clients! :)

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  12. I just made these last night and they are delicious and made the house smell heavenly.

    Because of the Agave they stuck together pretty good in the bowl. Does anyone have any good tips so they don’t come out in large clumps if I am serving it to company? Although, they are so goo I wouldn’t mind a large clump. ;)

    Great pictures too!

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