Top Rated Almond Recipes

Easy Almond Butter Fudge
This simple almond butter fudge requires very little work for lots of rich almond-flavored reward. Share it with friends and family — if you don’t finish the whole batch yourself first.For more great recipes like this one, visit Something Swanky.
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Almond Butter
“I love making homemade nut butters because they’re fast, easy, and inexpensive. This almond butter recipe has all the nutritional value of almonds, making it a healthy addition to your diet. Almond butter is a versatile staple in any kitchen – you can slather it on toast or pita bread, add it to smoothies, use it as a dip for fruit, stir it into the batter for baked goods, mix it into oatmeal… the possibilities are endless.”Recipe published with permission courtesy of Nuts.com. Orgininal recipe by Miryam Quinn Doblas, Registered Dietitian (RD). Miryam shares her passion for nutrition and healthy eating on her website, Eat Good 4 Life.
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4.5
Smoothie
This filling, protein-packed smoothie is your busy weekday breakfast savior.This recipe is courtesy of Love and Olive Oil.
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4.5
I use almond flour with many of my recipes but it is very costly. I want to experiment with a few inspirations for the holidays therefore decided to make my own almond flour. I had a huge bag that I purchased a while ago to make a nut crunch. I used my food processor but I bet you can do the same with a coffee grinder as well. My advice would be to pulse it because I fear if you over blend you will end up with almond butter. It came out perfect so now off to cooking land! Click here to see more recipes from Cindy's Table.
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Almond Scones
It's not often I make a batch of scones, but when I do, it always feels special — biting into a warm scone that just popped out of the oven is somehow unforgettable. What prompted me to create this recipe, though, was having bitten into one too many heavy, door-step-looking scones from a local bakery. I came home one day, hell-bent on making the lightest, crumbliest scones ever. It took a few tries, but I can honestly say that this recipe yields the fluffiest scones I've ever tasted! So indulge yourself now and then, and make a batch of these irresistibly crumbly morsels.
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brownie
Treat any chocolate lover to these sweet & spicy brownies.
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A fantastic, healthy snack that’s sure to please! If hot and spicy isn’t your thing, take the nuts in a fall directions with a sweeter spice combo like cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and a dash of cardamom.
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Coconut Almond Smoothie
Certified strength and conditioning specialist Kusha Karvandi suggests adding some essential fats like coconut oil to your smoothies to “help complement the proteins for the muscle-building and fat burning biological processes in the body.” Drink up before a big workout! See our best smoothie recipes.
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This smoothie tastes like dessert, but is really packed with flavonoids, vitamin E, and tons of protein. We won’t tell you if you don’t.
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3.75
Cherry-Almond Clafoutis with Cognac
Clafoutis is a traditional dessert from the region of Limousin, in southwestern France. Cherries are placed in a buttered dish, topped with a flan-like batter and baked until the whole thing is puffed up and golden brown. The dessert is rustic, but somehow irresistibly beautiful and ambrosial, which is perhaps why it has acquired such fame. Here’s my twist on this beloved classic: I make individual-sized clafoutis and sprinkle the tops with sliced almonds and sugar crystals for a delicious crunchy bite. Then, I drizzle the clafoutis with cognac just before serving them. Made with sweet, meaty Bing cherries, every bite of these clafoutis is pure heaven.
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3.6
This smoothie features a tasty and healthy alternative to peanut butter.
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Oatmeal Almond Pancakes
Fizzled out on the same old flapjacks? These incredibly light-tasting and satisfying oatmeal-almond pancakes will turn breakfast from black and white into full color. To make these pancakes gluten-free, sub in almond flour for the all-purpose flour. Recipe courtesy of the California Almond Board.
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2.5