Cinnamon Roasted Almonds

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This Cinnamon Roasted Almonds recipe is a great way to get everyone to eat and enjoy this delicious as well as nutritious treat. Both almonds and cinnamon are energy packed foods that carry trace nutrients that are important to our good health. So you can be happy to feed plenty of this Cinnamon Roasted Almonds recipe to your kids and to anyone who happens to be lucky enough to be around when you serve them! So make plenty, and be generous with handing them out when friends and family gather round. And this cinnamon roasted almonds recipe is about as easy as a recipe gets, so get the kids involved.

If you are going to have the kids make this cinnamon roasted almonds recipe be sure to buy plenty of nuts. You just know that they will gobble as many as they can, even before they have mixed the cinnamon roasted almonds recipe together. But that is okay. This is one treat where you do not have to count how many of the snack they have eaten, or even limit quantities. Almonds are a terrific snack food, and a great food for kids to eat. They are loaded with vitamins and minerals such as calcium and magnesium as well as phosphorous, to name just a very few of the great nutrients that you can expect from this little nut. Almonds are also great to add to almost any dish, sweet or savory. They help to slow down the absorption of simple carbohydrates, such as sugar, and so almonds can help to slow down the sugar rush or sugar spike that occurs so often when kids eat sweet treats. So you can be glad to see your kids eating this food. Almonds are also loaded with great fats that are important to strong hearts. Almonds also contain protein, an important component for building strong muscles. There is almost no negative or down side to eating this snack, at least not for growing kids, who need the dense calories and nutrients that are contained in this little nut. For adults, a careful watch over the calorie count is important, but eating just a few of these almonds each day is enough to bolster important nutrients in your body, and contribute positively to your good health.

These little snacks are very easy to make, really just a process of sprinkling cinnamon on the almonds and baking the whole thing long enough to ensure that the coating stays on the almonds. When they are done, you can either eat them while they are still warm, or put the in to a sealed container and take them out whenever you want. Enjoy these snacks soon.

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