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Nut Recipes

Add flavor to salads, bakery, entrees and more with these nut recipes, including pecan recipes, walnut recipes, almond recipes, hazelnut recipes, pistachio recipes, peanut recipes, cashew recipes and more.

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Chopped nuts and a hint of apricot make these little loaves a delightful treat. Instead of preparing two mini breads, you can bake just one loaf in a standard loaf pan. —Nancy Foust, Stoneboro, Pennsylvania
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70 Sweet & Savory Pecan Recipes

70 Sweet & Savory Pecan Recipes

70 Sweet & Savory Pecan Recipes

Love pecans? We do, too! Eat 'em all the time with these recipes for 5-star breads, pies and even dinners!

Chocolate Mallow Drops

Chocolate Mallow Drops

Chocolate Mallow Drops

These fudgy treats feature a marshmallow layer topped with a squiggle of chocolate frosting. —Marie Hattrup, Sparks, Nevada

Triple-Layer Chocolate Cake

Triple-Layer Chocolate Cake

Triple-Layer Chocolate Cake

Crunchy pecans and coconut fill each layer of this tempting cake spread with a homemade cream cheese frosting. Big slices are guaranteed to make eyes light up! —Abigail Rider, East Point, Kentucky
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Walnut Sweet Potato Bake

Walnut Sweet Potato Bake

Walnut Sweet Potato Bake

Cream cheese adds a flavorful twist to this sweet potato dish, and the nuts provide a delightful crunch.

Ambrosia Dessert

Ambrosia Dessert

Ambrosia Dessert

This easy-to-make dessert from Jeanette Bretthauer of Aurora, Illinois has a yummy flavor and a melt-in-your-mout texture. "I have also made it with chocolate crumbs and crushed candy canes for the holidays," Jeanette notes.

Apricot Fruitcake

Apricot Fruitcake

Apricot Fruitcake

My husband didn't care for fruitcake (which I love) - till he tasted this one. He and I have three children. He's an avid fishermen...when others are canning fruits and vegetables, I'm busy canning and smoking salmon! -Clare Brooks, Juneau, Alaska

Pistachio Orange Asparagus

Pistachio Orange Asparagus

Pistachio Orange Asparagus

We're so pleased to have finally gotten an asparagus bed established! Now when I have a bounty of those tender spears, I pull out this recipe. Orange and pistachios complement the asparagus beautifully. —Janice Mitchell Aurora, Colorado

Mad About "Meat" Loaf

Mad About

Mad About "Meat" Loaf

Meat loaf will be wearing new accessories this year - spinach, carrots, zucchini and whole grains. Grind the nuts in a food processor but be sure to add a little flour so you don't end up with nut butter. —Susan Preston, Eagle Creek, Oregon

Apple Pie Dessert

Apple Pie Dessert

Apple Pie Dessert

MY AUNT gave me this recipe and it is a wonderful fall dessert for two or more. It tastes like apple pie, yet is less time consuming to prepare. With the special touch of the butter sauce, it receives raves for taste and a delightful surprise flavor addition.

Onion Brie Pizza

Onion Brie Pizza

Onion Brie Pizza

"Serve this unique pizza for a family supper or an elegant buffet," suggests Cindy Bedell, West Lafayette, Indiana.

Almond Turkey Casserole

Almond Turkey Casserole

Almond Turkey Casserole

My husband and I have enjoyed cooking together since we were married some 40 years ago. This recipe is a favorite. We make it whenever we have leftover turkey or chicken.—Lucille Rowland, Stillwater, Minnesota

No-Bake Almond Bites

No-Bake Almond Bites

No-Bake Almond Bites

To help keep holiday snacking on the skinny side, our home economists whipped up these simple little sensations. Quick and easy, the chewy no-bake treats are ideal when time is tight.

Four-Layer Chocolate Dessert

Four-Layer Chocolate Dessert

Four-Layer Chocolate Dessert

With creamy layers in a big 13x9-in. pan, this simple dessert is tailor-made for a buffet table. I like to add a sprinkling of toasted slivered almonds on top for the finishing touch. —Linda Knoll, Jackson, MI

Gingerbread & Pumpkin Cream Trifle

Gingerbread & Pumpkin Cream Trifle

Gingerbread & Pumpkin Cream Trifle

We wait for these flavors all year long. Stack up the layers in a big trifle bowl, or make minis for everybody at the table. —Amy Geiser, Fairlawn, Ohio
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