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Add swerve and a pinch of salt, stir with a spatula until completely dissolved. Add pecans, reduce heat to medium and gently stir/toss pecans until toasted and butter/sugar mixture thickens just a bit. (about 5 minutes.) If you like cinnamon, try adding a dash of cinnamon.What to make with candied pecans for salad?
We actually specifically developed this candied pecan recipe as a perfect, crunchy topping for our Salad with Goat Cheese, Pears, Candied Pecans and Maple-Balsamic Dressing. They’re also are a fantastic snack, and perfect when you’re on the go!What's the difference between store bought and homemade candied pecans?
Unfortunately, store-bought versions of glazed, candied pecans often include additional, less-healthy ingredients. And homemade candied pecan recipes don’t always solve the problem – so many of those recipes involve loads of butter and added fats, and sometimes also loads of sugar or corn syrup.What's the best way to toast pecans with sugar?
In a medium-large saucepan over medium heat, toast pecans for 2-3 minutes, stirring occasionally to prevent burning. When you begin to smell a lovely, nutty aroma, they're done. Quickly drizzle the sugar mixture into the pan, on top of the pecans, stirring the nuts as you drizzle.