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spiced candied pecans


Yield: 8 servings

Serving Size: 1/4 cup







  1. Over medium heat, mix together the water, sweeteners, spices, salt, and maple flavoring until combined. Once fully mixed, bring to a simmer and stir occasionally until the sweetener has dissolved, and then stir in the pecans.

  2. Keep stirring and mixing the pecans to fully coat in the syrup mixture, continue to cook and stir until the water has completely evaporated off and the syrup is thick enough to coat the nuts completely without much left in the bottom of the pan. 

  3. Remove from the pan and let them cool for a few minutes. Stir several times to coat the nuts evenly with any leftover syrup, then spread onto a non-stick baking mat or parchment paper so that the nuts are flattened into a single layer. Let cool completely before transferring to an air-tight container. For a sparkly "frosted" look, wait until the pecans have fully cooled, then toss through or sprinkle with a small amount of granulated keto sweetener and shake off the excess








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That author from the original recipe (link above) says these candied nuts "should be kept in a sealed jar or container. They can be kept for up to two months. They are also freezer friendly, for up to 6 months. Avoid storing for longer, as they will start to moisten and sticky once removed." I have found that they get sticky in humid environments very quickly, so be sure to use an air-tight container and I would really recommend AGAINST storing them in the fridge because temperature shifts will cause condensation. The freezer will work if you really need them to last a long time, but the #1 option for me is an air-tight container in a dark, dry pantry at room temperature.











































TPH Keto Candied Pecans (1 serving):

115 kcal / 1g net carb / 0g sugar / 12g fat / 2g protein

Full-Sugar Candied Pecans (1 serving):

155 kcal / 11g net carb / 10g sugar / 12g fat / 2g protein



These are estimates made using free software, please do your own calculations before deciding if the carb count is safe for your insulin sensitivity.

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