If you’re looking for a mouth-watering snack that also packs a nutritious punch, look no further than these hand-cracked shelled walnuts! They are a naturally good source of protein, fiber, and essential fatty acids, in particular, omega-3s as ALA. In fact, walnuts contain the highest level and potency of antioxidants of all tree nuts. It is high in magnesium, iron, calcium, and Vitamin B6.
How to Use
*For a filling breakfast, mix crushed walnuts into your yogurt, cereals, and pancakes.
*Add chopped walnuts to cookies, bread, brownies, or just about any other baked good.
*Top salads, casseroles, or roasted or sautéed vegetables.
*Make a quick delicious dip by puréeing walnuts with fresh herbs and olive oil
*Walnuts go well with poultry - try adding to stuffings or breadings.
*Chopped walnuts are a classic topping for desserts.
Shelf Life and Storage Instructions: 6 months to 1 year; store in a cool and dry place