Paleo, Keto, Dairy-free, Gluten-free. An EASY way to rock the fall pumpkin spice trend with only 3 ingredients. Pumpkin spice, but make it Whole30!
Roasted pumpkin spice nuts is everything fall wrapped up in some salty goodness. I don’t love pumpkin, but the flavor of these are just right and perfect for your fall events like a Halloween Party or Thanksgiving to balance out the sweets. Though you might want to make a double batch, so you don’t devour them all before the event! Use whatever odds and ends of seeds or nuts you ahve on hand, or make it super simply by using an unroasted nut mix. With only 5 minutes prep, this is an easy way spice up your nuts!
Pumpkin Spice (or Cinnamon) Roasted Nuts
- 2 cups raw mixed nuts unsalted, not roasted
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice or cinnamon
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- Preheat oven to 250. Line baking sheet with parchment.
- Place nuts in a medium bowl and toss with oil. Once covered, toss with spice and salt.
- Spread spiced nuts in a single layer on parchment. Bake for 1 hour.
- Enjoy warm or cooled, store in sealed container. Great for fall events and gatherings!
*For a Keto variation, make sure you use lower-carb nuts like walnuts, pecans, and almonds (not cashews).
These are super easy and delicious. I made a single batch not knowing of folks would like them. Needless to say they were a hit. Today I’m making a double batch for some ladies coming over for Bible study. So yummy! Thank you for this delicious and super easy recipe.
Love that this was easy and delicious and demanded a double batch the second time. Thank you!
When I first made these I knew for sure I’d be the only one eating the entire batch. Once they were baking my 5 yr old son who is the pickiest eater came out asking about the yummy smell. These quickly turned into a family favorite and I’ve made several batches this season.
That makes my mama heart so happy! I’m thrilled they were a family win, thank you!
I made these during my last whole30. I kept the salt low for me, and I thought it came out pretty well. My husband absolutely loved it. I used pecans, cashews and pistachios because that is what I had on hand.