Cinnamon Spice Cashews
Sugar coated nuts are an all-time favorite treat at many times during the year, and these Vegan Candied Cashews are the ultimate when it comes to sugar coated nuts. Unlike most sugar coated nuts they are baked with maple syrup and flax eggs rather than egg whites, making them vegan.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Prepare flax eggs in a bowl and mix to a frothy consistency.
Add Eatnuts.com Cashews, sugar, syrup, spices, and water. Stir to coat the cashews. Place evenly on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet.
Bake for 15 minutes. Cool and serve.
These Vegan Candied Cashews are slightly soft and creamy with a holiday allspice flavoring and sweetness. The stickiness is from the flax eggs and makes these vegan candied cashews a perfect dessert or snack.Healthy Recipes, Cashew Recipes, Snack Recipes, Vegan Recipes
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