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  1. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Wow, those look good! Sounds like a delicious flavor combination.

  2. Michelle

    MMMMMM….Those sound awesome!!!!

  3. Lori

    Seriously, I am LUCKY!

  4. Kylie @ A Hungry Spoon

    I love sweet n’ salty nuts! I always make them with pecans and walnuts, but cashews never crossed my my mind before. Since cashews are my husband’s favorite nut, I’d love to make a batch of these as a stocking-stuffer for him at Christmas 🙂

  5. River (Wing-It Vegan)

    Nutty goodness! You should totally submit this to this month’s sesame themed SOS Kitchen Challenge @ Diet Dessert and Dogs!

  6. healthyexposures

    These look SO good…remind me of the Sahale Snacks that I love so much, but can’t justify spending the money on 😛 Thanks!

  7. Hannah

    This is *exactly* my kind of recipe! (Except with actual toasting not dehydrating, as my budget definitely doesn’t allow for a dehydrator!) In fact, my family grew so addicted to the Union Square Cafe nut recipe that I simply had to stop making it, for our own good.

    Actually, there’s a Sahale Nut Mix in your country that must be almost EXACTLY these flavours, and I’ve tried that, so I can pretty much vouch for your recipe without trying it 😉

  8. Hillary

    These look so yummy! I might have to add them to my sister’s baby shower menu….I’m already making cinnamon almonds and curried walnuts 😉

  9. lizlivingvegan

    That looks really good! My dad LOVES Cashews and he’s coming to visit this week. Maybe I’ll make him some of these! 🙂

  10. Ellen

    oh yum! What a great idea!!

  11. Ricki

    Oh, my goodness me! Those look unbelievably delicious. I wish I could get hold of (and then eat) date syrup! What a fabulous recipe. Thanks so much for entering this in the SOS Challenge this month.

    Not sure if I missed your link to the SOS page here somewhere, but if you forgot, would you mind adding it so we can keep your amazing recipe on the page? Thanks so much! 🙂

  12. callie

    I just delicous’ed these, so I’d have the recipe – as I must make these sooner than later!
    Thanks for sharing!

  13. gaegreen

    How long should you soak the nuts? I’ve tried this recipe twice, after soaking the nuts overnight. They’re delicious – I have to guard the dehydrator if I want to get any – but, they don’t get crunchy. Now I have to say that I haven’t had the willpower not to gobble them down and let them dehydrate for more than 24 hours so I don’t know if prolonged dehydration would make them crunchy. I was just wondering if I was soaking the cashews too long.

    I didn’t have any commercial date syrup so I’m using home-made date paste from Russell James’ recipe, just 1 c dates and 1 1/2 c water. I’ve never seen date syrup before, do you know if the date paste would be a similar consistency?