Amazing Recipes with Sliced Almonds

Why Almonds?

Raw, roasted, or salted sliced almonds are one of the most nutritious snacks that you can have. Almonds are high in vitamin E and rich in magnesium. These nuts are also an amazing source of protein containing 21.2 grams of protein per 100 grams of almonds. 

However, what if I don’t want to eat almonds by themselves? What if I love almonds for their nutritional benefit, but I get tired of eating them from time to time? Sliced Almonds are the perfect option for you. Following, we will give you a couple of unique recipes that sneak our amazing Marcona Almond Toppers into your diet. 

Sliced Almond Crusted Chicken 

If you want to add a crunch to your chicken without using Cornflakes or Rice Krispies  then this sliced almond recipe is the right one for you. As Tiffany says it’s, “like what your mom used to make when you were a kid, but it’s grown up and healthier. And it’s downright delicious!” 

It may not be a masterpiece the first couple of times that you make it but, it is a great way to sneak almonds into your own or your significant other’s diet. 

Almond Peach cake 

We know that your mouth is probably already watering staring at this image. Who said that you can’t add a healthy element to your deserts! Everyone has one or many cheat days. So why not dread it by adding healthy sliced almonds to your desert. 

This can come in in the form of a coffee cake, tin cake with peach slices, or a buttermilk cake.

Salads with sliced almonds

Whether you are at work and want to show off how healthy you are to your colleagues or you want to have the ultimate salad before your dinner. We have you covered. 

Here are some of our favorite recipes: grapefruit and avocado salad, crunch cucumber, feta, and almond salad, and simply crunch napa cabbage, carrot, and almond salad

These are just a couple of the endless possibilities that you can have with sliced almonds. Be on the lookout for blogs in the future where we explain how you can roast and flavor your own sliced almonds. As always thank you! If you would like so see some of our other products visit our shop here

Are almond slices good for you?

Yes! Almonds are rich in magnesium, vitamin E, and protein. Almonds are a great snack to help control blood sugar and they can lower cholesterol levels. Although we can’t get enough of almonds, it is good to eat everything in moderation. Just fitting 1 oz or 20 almonds into your diet each day can help set you on the right track.

Are sliced almonds raw?

Although they can be raw, the majority of sliced almonds are sold roasted. You can also buy sliced almonds in a variety of flavors, but the majority of retailers sell them salted.

Can you slice your own almonds?

Yes you can! However, this can be an arduous and and painstaking process as your almonds will likely break or crumble. It is especially hard to get those perfect, thin slices, but it is always worth a shot. One quick tip is to boil them in hot water and then cut them so they do not crumble as easily. Additionally, Marcona almonds are typically larger and higher quality allowing you to more easily cut them compared to other almonds.

How long do sliced almonds last?

If they are sealed well, almonds can have a shelf life of up to 2 years. Many have suggested that refrigerating or freezing your almonds can help improve their lifespan. We suggest that you keep them sealed at room temperature and buy enough almonds that you think you can finish within a year.

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