Almonds are packed with vitamins, minerals, protein, and fibre, and are associated with a number of health benefits, which is why we’re excited to share these almond recipes with you!

I always like to keep a stash of almonds handy wherever I am; in my bag (either the little snack sized boxes you can buy at the supermarket) or a handful in a ziplock bag.  If I forget breakfast, a small handful keeps me going and if I’m out and about and peckish, a few almonds will stave off my desire for a naughty treat with my coffee!

My kids are also quite happy to nibble away on a few almonds.  Obviously not at school but they’re always very happy to raid my stash on the way to/from sport, dance, swimming or when they’re coming home from a surf and they’re ‘starving’!

This week, we’re excited to have 3 Almond Recipes that will absolutely satisfy everyone … big love to Australian Almonds and the team at The Biting Truth for sharing.

 

Golden brown almond and banana loaf served in a metal loaf tin

Almond and Banana Loaf | developed by The Biting Truth for Australian Almonds

I think there’s nothing better to have on hand at home for coffee, friends dropping over, afternoon tea for the kids or even sliced up on top of a Banana Bread & Butter Pudding than a loaf of homemade banana bread.  Even better when it’s filled and topped with the crunch and goodness of Australian Almonds. This will freeze beautifully – I recommend slicing up the loaf and placing a small sheet of baking paper between each slice so you can remove one slice at a time.  Or you could pack one or two slices in a small ziplock bag – then you just grab and go.
Here’s the Recipe for BANANA AND ALMOND BREAD.  Enjoy!
chocolate coated bars sprinkled with chopped almonds sitting on baking paper on a baking tray

Healthy Snickers Bars | developed by The Biting Truth for Australian Almonds

This Healthy Snickers Bars Recipe is about to go to the top of your ‘must make’ list … we guarantee it! Full of nourishing ingredients that, put together, so closely resemble a Snickers Bar you’ll be in heaven.
Want the Recipe? I bet you do! HEALTHY SNICKERS BARS. You will love them!  
Toasted crunchy granola containing oats almonds apricots sultanas and other dried fruit

Healthy Almond Granola | developed by The Biting Truth for Australian Almonds

This Healthy Almond Granola Recipe will have your day off to a roaring start – and with a little milk and a dollop of natural yoghurt, it tastes incredible.  A great recipe that allows you to make a few little tweaks here and there to accommodate your family’s favourite ingredients.  My kids wanted to add a handful of seed as wel as the almonds. Want the Recipe? Yes please! HEALTHY ALMOND GRANOLA.  Make up a batch today and store in an airtight container.

p.s. Little bags of the granola make great movie snacks or car snacks.  Last for ages and you know it’s all good.

So there you have it – 3 awesome Almond Recipes to get you started.

If you’d like even more recipes, be sure to visit Australian Almonds or The Biting Truth … both sites have loads of Almond Inspo, hints, tips, nutritional information and ideas.
What are your favourite Almond Recipes?  Do you love to cook with them … or just nibble away?

 

 


  • Mmmmmm, these look good. I have a bag of nuts I munch on as snacks. Think I prefer them like that

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  • Great, love them

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  • Beautiful recipes. Nuts are my staple diet :)

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  • They all sound delicious
    Thank you so much
    I can’t wait to try the granola

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  • These all sound yummy and worth a try.

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  • We always have almonds in the pantry for cooking.
    We love nuts in so many recipes.

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  • The almond and banana bread sound yummy. Almonds aren’t something I cook with often. I usually just have them as a snack as they are.


    • Almonds are so good for adding to recipes – almonds and walnuts are nuts I often add to recipes.

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  • Very expensive but I know people who swear by them and use them every

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  • I love almonds. I carry around a small zip lock bag full of almonds in my handbag for those moments you need a healthy snack!

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  • Some great ideas here for almonds! I also find them handy to have a stash of to ward off hunger when out and about!

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  • I love almonds and will give these recipes a try.

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  • I love replacing white flour with almond meal in my chocolate cakes! Or brownies!


    • If you use the right chocolate (yes some do have wheat in them and some also have orange in them) with the almond meal you have a gluten free version of the recipe for those who have Coelic Disease or are allergic to wheat.

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  • I always have a bag of almonds in my pantry just to nibble on, add to cereal or chop up and sprinkle on my fruit and yoghurt breakfasts. Just yum

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