Organic Dry Roasted Pecan Halves – Non-GMO, Unsalted Nuts, Oven Roasted, No Oil Added, Vegan, Kosher, Shelled, Bulk. Good Source of Protein and Fiber. Great Keto-Friendly Snack
Nutrition Comparison of Organic Roasted Pecans VS Organic Raw Pecans
In general, Organic Dry Roasted Pecans preserve almost the same nutritional value as Organic Raw Pecans. For instance, roasted pecans contain 199 calories and 21 grams of fat in 1 oz vs. 1 oz of raw pecans which possess 193 calories and 20 grams of fat. They are both sodium-free and present with high levels of fatty acids, Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, and Potassium. Moreover, Organic Roasted Pecan is full of flavonoids, beta-carotene, and Vitamin E.
How to use Organic Roasted & Unsalted Pecans in your favorite dishes
You can create many creative dishes with just a handful of these perfectly roasted nuts. Start with the infamous pecan pie or use in any other baked goodies, sweet buns, cakes, and fudge. Add a bunch of chopped Organic Pecans Roasted & Unsalted to salads, use them as a crust on fried foods, or sprinkle over tomato/squash soups. In addition, you can enrich your smoothies or ice cream by topping them off with minced pecans.
It's better to keep Organic Pecans Roasted & Unsalted tightly sealed in a cool dry place. They can be stored for up to 1,5 years if kept in a freezer.
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