It’s a very mature food blogger that can write about warm salty nuts without falling into the innuendo trap.  I’m OBVIOUSLY one of them.  However, if you should want to leave some innuendo-laden post title suggestions in the comments who am I to judge?  I do love to laugh!  Can we all agree to take life a little less seriously today, to have a chuckle over some childish humor while munching on some warm salty nuts?  I think we should.  XX- Sarah {recipe after the jump}




1 cup raw almonds

1 1/2 tablespoons rough chopped rosemary

1 teaspoon of rough chopped thyme

1/2 tablespoon grapeseed oil

1/4 teaspoon finely ground Himalayan salt



– Preheat oven to 375 degrees

– Mix almonds, rosemary, thyme grapeseed oil and salt.

– Place on a roasting sheet covered in parchment paper or a silpat

– Roast for 8-12 minutes, or until lightly browned on the inside.

– Season with additional salt to taste and serve warm.

– Enjoy!


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Reader Comments

  1. Simone Anne|

    Why hasn't anybody taken a stab at this?! The more inappropriate innuendos, the better, if you ask me! 😛 haha.

    Put these nuts in your mouth / Savor these nuts / Herb's Nuts


  2. janae @ bring joy|

    I was never good at catching onto to innuendos anyway 🙂

    But I think these are a perfect non-sweet edible gift, & I'm so into almonds right now. Not too pricey (not like walnuts & pecans). Lovely!

  3. Desi|

    I have been a nut roasting fiend for awhile now. Meaning every week or so I make another batch.

    I put the salt in a bit of water and let it dissolve then toss the herb and nuts, sometimes I add honey. After roasting and cooling a bit I add olive oil over the top of the nuts.

    Such a yummy snack and salad topping.

  4. Yuying|

    This is an excellent recipe. I can’t stop eating them. Thank you so much. I will keep it in my recipe collection.