March 21, 2015

Benefits of Almonds

On the Menu Today~
Almonds has
offered me the opportunity to
share this information about how healthy almonds are,
along with my own facts and
opinions on...
you guessed it...Nuts~

More specifically, Almonds.
I'm going to share with you a brief history
health benefits of almonds and
Share some recipes using almonds...

So let's get started....

History~ has been a family owned and operated business since 1929
It is an American Dream Come True...
The company was started by "Poppy" Sol during the depression
with only a dream and a bank loan.
With hard work and perseverance,
Poppy Sol launched the Newark Nut Company
He began selling premium bulk nuts and
dried fruit at the popular Mulberry Street open-air market.
Poppy Sol believed in choosing only the highest quality
super colossal nuts from the worlds best growers.
He then would roast the nuts to perfection and
86 years later..
the third generation of family members are
keeping up the company standards of excellence

Nuts.Online was launched in 1999
to bring over 2000 items right to your front door.
Nuts.Online has since changed it's name to

Healthy Facts~

Almonds are in the peach family.
The almond is technically the hard-shelled
fruit of the almond tree.
The almond tree is a member of the
Prunus family.
This family is part of the stone fruit family,
are trees and shrubs that produce edible fruit
such as: cherries, plums, peaches and nectarines

Almonds are among the lowest-calorie nuts.
One ounce serving of almonds is 160 calories.
Almonds also have more calcium than any other nut.
Nearly 9 grams of heart-healthy mono-unsaturated fats,
6 grams of protein and 3.5 grams of fiber

Almonds are best for you raw or dry-roasted.

Natural, unsalted almonds are a tasty and
nutritious snack with plenty of health benefits.
loaded with minerals, they are among the healthiest of all tree nuts.

Almonds are rich in energy and
healthy mono-unsaturated fats.
Nuts have a good nutrient profile,
packed with anti-oxidants,
dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals

At Home Facts:

I have always loved almonds.
I started eating almonds on a daily basis about
five years ago when I needed to lower my cholesterol and
regulate my blood sugar levels

My grand-children, two and four years old
will only drink almond milk.
They have been drinking almond milk since
they were around a year old.

I started using almond butter and
almond milk over a year ago.
I now use them both in many of my baking recipes and
I'm starting to incorporate almond flour into
more of my baking recipes also.

Homemade Granola
A delicious blend of ingredients
Including almond butter and cereals~

Filled Dates
Dates filled with Cream Cheese and
Almond Butter~

Almond Thumbprint Cookies
Cookies made with almond butter and
An assortment of jams and marmalade~

Almond French Toast
French Toast made with
Almond flour and Almond milk
Served with Mulberry Syrup~

Rice Pudding
A family holiday favorite
An almond is tucked into the
Rice Pudding~

Cherry Crumble Bars
A wonderful fruity bar
With a touch of almonds~

Almonds isn't just about nuts...
Check out all of the items they have to offer~
Products sold by
Nuts, Dried Fruit, Chocolates and Sweets,
Snacks, Coffee and Tea,
Cooking and Baking,
Along with:
Organic, Raw, Sugar-free, Gluten-free,
Dark Chocolate, Candy by Color, Wedding Candy,
Wholesale, New Products and Top Sellers
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