How have your holidays been? Has it been a time of giving and receiving? Loving and forgiving? We hope it has, and we hope you can carry this positive holiday cheer all year long. 2015 will be a fantastic year, we trust it will and that is the first big step needed before achieving. You got to believe!
Before 2014 is over, we have one more important celebration to enjoy: New Year’s Eve. Do you have any plans to welcome the new year? Wether you will go to party, host one, or stay at home, here is a simple and impressive recipe that’s deserving on any special celebration.
Learn below how to caramelized pecans without the need to use butter and and how to use the pecans as a fantastic topping.
Baked brie is one of our favorite appetizers. We like to drizzle a round of brie with our shugas and bake it for just a few minutes. Simple, delicious, soo soo good.
For a more impressive topping, we also caramelize pecans with our shugas and them place them atop the brie before baking it. The result will be an incredibly delicious combination of sweet and savory flavors, as well as smooth and crunchy texture.
What’s more impressive is how easy this topping can be made. Toast the pecans, sprinkle some salt, drizzle the shuga and let it caramelize. By using a liquid sweetener like ours there will be no need to use butter and sugar. All you will need is our shuga.
After a few minutes they will be ready to top the brie and be served as is, or go in the oven for a more decadent option. You can also simply caramelize the pecans and store them to be enjoyed later as a super awesome snack or treat when ever you crave something sweet.
Doesn’t it look amazing? Oh yes, yes it is!
- 2 cups pecan halves
- ⅛ teaspoon salt
- ½ cup Hey SHUGA!
- Preheat a dry skillet over a medium-high heat.
- Add the pecans and sprinkle the salt.
- Pour the Hey SHUGA! stirring frequently, until it gets caramelized, about 3 minutes.
- Read more at: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ellie-krieger/maple-glazed-walnuts-recipe.html?oc=linkback