Top Rated Walnut Recipes

Tempeh and walnuts, two protein packed foods, team up in this dynamic recipe. Place the tempeh into a food processor with the walnuts, onion and peppers. Once well combined, the mixture serves as a perfect filling for chili, tacos and more. Recipe courtesy of Nava Atlas, author of Plant-Powered Protein: 125 Recipes for Using Today's Amazing Meat Alternatives
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Homemade oatmeal is delightful, but if you want a different flavor profile that offers a variety of healthy nutrients, follow this recipe. Courtesy of In The Raw.
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Black Walnut Pie recipe - The Daily Meal
For the Hammons family, the nation’s largest processor and distributor of black walnuts, the holiday table wouldn’t be complete without their black walnut pie recipe. What makes this unsung nut so unique? Just about everything. There’s the distinct taste, which is completely different from the more common English walnut variety. It has been described as bold, fruity, tangy, rich and earthy, depending on who’s tasting it. Once traditionally reserved for fall and holiday baking, most popular recipes being ice cream, baked goods and candies, black walnuts are starting to gain more year-round traction.This recipe is from Hammons Black Walnuts and was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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Vanilla walnut pie
This pie is a novel take on two tried and true holiday desserts: pecan pie and cheesecake. A layer of smooth cream cheese is a perfect complement to the walnuts' satisfyingly sweet, nutty crunch.Recipe courtesy of McCormick.
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Apple and Walnut Pudding recipe - The Daily Meal
Serve this pudding as dessert for your next holiday dinner, and everyone will be coming back for more. When preparing the mixture, don't be surprised to find a thick, un-pudding-like batter; it bakes up into a finely textured custard.This recipe is by Judy Curtis of Towson, Maryland was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
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Cranberry Orange Walnut Bread recipe - The Daily Meal
You don't have to wait for a special occasion to make this sweet, citrus-y loaf—it's delicious all year round. If you’d like to add a glaze, drizzle the cooled bread with a mixture of confectioners’ sugar and orange juice.This recipe was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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Rich, dark, fudgy, with a little crunch from the walnuts, let's just say this is not a chocolate cake for the I-just-kind-of-like-chocolate person.
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Walnut Streusel Pumpkin Pie
Classic pumpkin pie gets a new twist with a crunchy walnut streusel topping. The perfec easy recipe that starts with a store-bought pie crust!Recipe courtesy of California Walnuts. 
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Pineapple, Walnut and Carrot Salad
I had some leftover grilled pineapple in the fridge from last night’s grilled teriyaki chicken and used that as my starting point. The hint of smokiness and natural caramelization added unexpected goodness, and, well, fresh pineapple versus canned just felt right. Not to mention fresh has lower sugar content. A vegetable peeler transformed carrots into delicate ribbons. Adding toasted walnuts provided a solid crunch for great texture. —Claire PerezThis recipe is by Claire Perez and was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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Muffins have always been one of my favorite breakfasts, especially in the fall. Packing them with good-for-you ingredients makes the indulgence a little less guilty as well. These are great for energy and for keeping you alert and focused!  Click here to see 9 Cinnamon Recipes
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The benefits of walnuts, which are a nutrient-dense food, were among the first approved qualified health claims by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for a whole food for their positive effect on heart health. In addition to offering a range of wellness benefits, walnuts are great partners in the kitchen – they truly are the hardest working nut!
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zucchini walnut brownies
These microwavable zucchini- and walnut-based brownies take out a lot of unnecessary (and unhealthy) sugar. They’re simple, tasty, and perfect to split with your Valentine.This recipe is provided by Alexandra Miller, RDN, LDN, Corporate Dietitian at Medifast, Inc.
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