Honey Roasted Cashew Nuts
Honey Roasted Cashews are tossed in a delicious honey sugar mixture. This savory and sweet snack is everyone’s favorite. Honey glazed Cashews make a great treat for parties, its Farm Fresh and Crunchy, ust delicious. You will want to keep this snack on-hand the next time you have a case of the munchies.
Honey Roasted Cashews Nuts are high on the list of healthy snacks with notable levels of fiber, protein and unsaturated fats. Honey roasted nuts satisfy a sweet craving without adding unhealthy processed sugar to your diet. Though honey-roasted nuts have a bit more sugar than their raw counterparts, they still make an ideal, healthful snack.
Dietary fiber takes hours for your body to digest, prolonging a sensation of fullness, and carbohydrates supply your body with energy. The dietary fiber and carbohydrate content of honey Roasted nuts varies by type of nut. For example, a 1-ounce serving of honey-roasted almonds contains 8 grams of carbs and 4 grams of fiber. Most honey-roasted nuts contain complex carbohydrates, simple carbohydrates and a mentionable amount of fiber. Simple carbs provide immediate energy and complex carbs supply lasting energy. The honey is the source of the simple carbohydrates in honey roasted nuts, while the complex carbs are from the nuts themselves. MayoClinic.com recommends 22 to 28 grams of fiber daily for women, 28 to 34 grams of fiber for men and 225 carbohydrates daily for average adults. In comparison to other indulgent treats, such as cookies or cake, the fiber and carb content in honey-roasted nuts is healthy.
While honey-roasted nuts are high in fat, a large portion of it is healthful. Unsaturated fats help you absorb vitamins and keep your muscles healthy by aiding in the construction of cells. Each 1-ounce serving of almonds contains 14 grams of fat. The remaining fat consists of more than 9 grams monounsaturated and nearly 3 grams polyunsaturated. Monounsaturated and polyunsaturated are both heart-healthy. To help prevent heart disease and other health concerns, MayoClinic.com recommends limiting saturated fat to 16 grams and total fat to 44 grams daily.