Dry Roasted Pecan Halves – Oven Roasted Nuts, Unsalted, No Oil Added, Vegan, Kosher, Bulk. Good Source of Protein and Fiber. Great Keto-Friendly Snack. Perfect for Homemade Desserts
Nutritional Value of Dry Roasted Pecans vs. Raw Pecans
If you worry that roasting nuts comes with the loss of their nutritional value, we will stop you right there! It is not the case with Food to Live's Roasted & Unsalted Pecans which remain a powerhouse of Vitamin E, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, beta-carotene, and Zinc. Moreover, they are a chock-full of fiber, protein, and monounsaturated fats. Our Oven-Roasted Pecans are a single ingredient product, which is exposed to heat just enough to get the perfect crunch.
How to use Roasted Pecan Halves in your kitchen?
Dry Roasted & Unsalted Pecans will complement both savory and sweet dishes. Add a boost of nutty aroma and flavor to a bowl of roasted vegetables, salads, or creamy soups. You can also chop and use them instead of breadcrumbs for frying meat and fish. Oven-Roasted Pecans are a great addition to many pastry recipes including pies, cakes, and cookies. Add them to any dessert you like, yogurt, smoothies, granola, morning oatmeal, and ice cream.
Want to save extra per pound? Check out prices for Roasted Pecans in bulk. Mind that, they can be stored for up to 1.5 years in a place protected from heat, humidity, and direct sunlight.
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
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