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There's a great recipe on the Canadian Living site for a cookie called walnut sticks. They're shortbready - mmm.


Walnut pie. Muffins with walnuts in them. Chocolate covered walnuts. Cookies with walnuts in them. Yogurt with fresh fruit and walnut pieces in it (makes a great lunch). Soak 4 cups of walnuts in water with 2 tsp of salt in it overnight and then drain the water and lay the walnuts flat on a cookie sheet. Bake them for 12 to 24 hours in 150 degree F oven. Then you'll have crispy walnuts to put in salads or just to eat plain.


If all else fails...shell a bunch of walnuts and give them as gifts :)


Sarah (can you tell I have a walnut tree?)

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This is a wonderful idea. I'd love it if a friend of mine gave me a bag of walnuts. But, maybe I'm strange that way. :D

Then I'm strange right with ya, Bethany! Great gift!


I keep some in the freezer and eat a small handful every couple of days. Also use them in banana bread and cranberry muffins. Yum! Now I'm hungry!



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send them to me! I go through 3 pounds a week! We eat them with graham crackers, chocolate chips, chocolate teddy grahams, put them on cereal, bake them in muffins and pumpkin bread, add them to Homemade grapenuts (we eat the cake instead of crumbling it. LOL) Stuff apples, whirl them in with pesto ... the possibilities are endless! My favorite use for walnuts is probably brownie mix LOL.

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