Walking Tacos...great for camping or large cookouts with family and friends. We love them for when we host UFC throughout the year. Also, such a fun idea to do with little kids. Picky eaters think these look fun and will eat them up;) My teens love these as does my 4 year old niece;) No mess clean up and perfect for the big game day you guys!
Update: As one of my amazing readers ideas, Walking Tacos are great for to go meals. Thank you Amila! Visit her yummy recipes at Food Corner here.
*Preheat oven to 350 and
*lay almonds on a pizza stone or a cast iron skillet or a cookie sheet in a single layer. Fresh and/or organic almonds are my favorite but, you can use bagged if you can't get your hands on fresh or organic. Whole, sliced, slivered is really up to you. I prefer slivered cause I make a homemade quinoa cereal...I'll post on that later.
*Once oven is warm, put the almonds in the oven and set a timer for 8 min. Check after this as everyone's ovens are different. Mine takes 10 min.
*Spoon out raw honey, preferably from a farm around you...this helps with allergens double score! If you can't find a farm near you, buy the purest honey you can from your local market. Farm fresh honey has no comparison! The farm near us is kept by a 14 year old very ambitious young man. A huge mason jar is only $12, I buy a lot! I think I am his favorite customer. His Momma runs a dairy farm where I get raw goats and cow milk...yes! Tutorial on how to make raw fresh butter coming after Christmas I hope.
*Cover with as much honey as your taste buds like. Stir. And done! They do clump together as they don't have any nasty anticaking agents like the store bought. I fix this by stirring them ever so often as they cool.
I have to take out one very Beautiful and one very Handsome mooching vultures as I make these. Hands get threatened;) And one ginormous moocher, if he is home, him I have no chance against...sigh... Anyway, enjoy and let me know what you think!
Welcome! Marie is a wife, mother of two teens, and a fur baby. Marie and her family live in the north-central US. She is a homeschool Momma, avid outdoors man, and is disciplined in the study of Jewish and Christian Scriptures along with Hebrew and Greek dialect. Marie has been asked for years to share herself, so, welcome to Marie' life:)