The Best Candied Almonds

Posted on May 2, 2021

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Is it possible to fall into the best snack ever invented? A few years ago, when Cabela’s Opened up very close to where I live, I felt the need to check it out. I thought I had found The Best Candied Almonds at the little display at check out.

I was correct until I attempted to make my version of their candied Almonds and well. I am giving them a run for their money. I will always have to visit Cabelas for cool outdoor stuff, but…… I will no longer buy their candied almonds when I can make my own anytime I want!

The Best Candied Almonds Recipe

There are a few items you will need for this recipe. You can click the links next to the photos if you need any of the following. I will add you can use many kinds of cookie sheets and bowls to mix with; you don’t have to buy the ones listed. The odds are if you have some, they are fine, but…Buy the baking mats because you do not want to clean up this sugar mess! Just Trust me!

Those three items are essential for making this recipe. Tripping Vittles Amazon Shop Is where you can find all the other items I used to create this recipe.

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The Best Candied Almonds

This is my version of the candied almonds at Cabela’s. 

  • Author: trippingvittles

Ingredients

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  • 2 pounds unsalted Almonds
  • 4 egg whites
  • 2 teaspoons Vanilla  Extract
  • 2 cups granulated sugar
  • 1 Heaping Tablespoon full of Tripping Vittles Pies and Stuff Seasoning (you can use cinnamon if you do not have Pies and Stuff)
  • 1.5 teaspoons Kosher Salt

Instructions

Whisk the egg and vanilla till it is frothy. Add the almonds mix so all are coated. Add the remaining ingredients and mix with hands or a spoon until all the almonds are coasted in a layer of sugar. 

Place in a single layer on a baking sheet in a jelly roll pan(baking pan with sides). Bake at 250 degrees for about 1.5 hours halfway through, stir, and mix on a baking tray.

Notes

Please note these are spiced with the Pies and stuff; if you want less spice, just cut back on the cinnamon. These will be scorching let site for at least half an hour to let cool. When completely cool, they can be stored in a baggie or a sealable container for several weeks.

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