recipePhytonutrient research on the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits of walnuts reveals their protective effect against metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular problems, and type 2 diabetes. Here is a recipe to enjoy this health-promoting nut. Soaking and roasting nuts increases their digestibility and imparts a delicious, light crispness.

Ingredients
5 cups walnuts
1 generous TBS ghee or butter
1 generous TBS raw honey
1/4 tsp cinnamon

Directions
1. On your counter, soak the walnuts for 8 hours in a large bowl with filtered water and 1 tsp sea salt.
2. Drain nuts in colander.
3. Then spread the nuts in a thin layer on a standard baking sheet.
4. Roast at 150 degrees (170 is OK if your oven does not go that low) for approximately 2 hours.
5. The nuts will be light and crispy when done. Place in a large mixing bowl.
6. In a saucepan, combine butter, honey and cinnamon on low heat until blended.
7. Pour mixture over nuts, stir to coat.
8. Store in an airtight container.

If you are able to eat dairy, these are delicious sprinkled over organic plain whole milk yogurt with a sliced banana for a wholesome, satisfying snack.

ADVERTISEMENT
Integrative NLP Training
Integrative NLP Training
Integrative NLP Training
Integrative NLP Training
Maggie Christopher is a certified holistic nutrition counselor and a licensed marriage and family therapist. She combines the wisdom of whole foods nutrition along with emotionally-based therapy to support individuals in uncovering and healing the root causes of their cravings. She provides a safe environment to explore the emotional reasons for the eating habits that prevent you from reaching your health goals. She offers step-by-step guidance and delicious recipes that support you in introducing whole natural foods that promote health, calm cravings and allow you to feel satisfied. For a free nutrition consultation, visit her website or call.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.