Nut Recipes

Nuts can turn a lackluster dish into something truly excellent. They add crunchy texture to plain, limp salads, fatty richness to blended dips and sauces and a blank canvas for flavor in everything from spiced holiday snacks to simple desserts. Plus they’re loaded with heart-healthy fats, protein, vitamins and minerals. F&W’s guide includes dozens of ways to fit nuts into your diet with recipes for every course, occasion and season.

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Our Favorite Recipes That Start with a Can of Coconut Milk

Sweetly scented coconut milk adds creaminess and depth to everything from chicken-and-rice to luscious cake.

Curry-Spiced Nut Bars

Roasting nuts with curry powder enhances the flavor and aroma of both. Add the rice syrup while the nuts are still warm to soften the syrup for easier stirring. Slideshow: More Nut Recipes

Best Hazelnut Recipes

Whether you're looking to add a little crunch to your favorite dishes or nutty flavor to any dessert, hazelnuts are the perfect addition. We've compiled a short list of our favorite recipes including a hazelnut-and-chocolate meringue cake, hazelnut-crusted pork chops with morel sauce and more.

Cashew Recipes

Cashews are native to Brazil, but are widely used in Indian, Thai and Chinese cuisine. Try sautéing cashews with okra, bok choy or green beans for a protein-boosting side dish, or bulk up take-out style chicken chow mein or Kung pao shrimp. Whether you’re craving dinner or dessert, here are our best cashew recipes.

Macadamia Nuts

Macadamia nuts are mainly grown in Hawaii and Australia, and due to low crop yields, they’re quite expensive. Macadamias are fattier than other nuts, making them a delicious addition to cookies and pastries, but these nuts are also rich in vitamins and antioxidants. Crushed macadamias make a great addition to apple crisp, toasted nuts add crunch to green salads, and chopped macadamia nuts add buttery flavor to white chocolate cookies. Here, our best recipes.

Pine Nuts

Pine nuts don’t always mean pesto. These nuts make a tasty addition to meat, fish, salads and veggies, and are also great in baked goods. Here, our best recipes showcasing pine nuts.

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Pecan Recipes

When we hear “pecans,” the first thing that comes to mind is a classic, sticky-sweet pecan pie. But pecans are great for dishes besides dessert—you can mix them with roasted vegetables, add them to a sweet potato gratin or put some crunch in a green salad. Here, our best savory pecan recipes.


Walnuts are packed with nutrients, and thanks to a relatively mild flavor, can be used in a variety of dishes. They’re a great substitute for pine nuts in pesto, can be turned into a savory salad dressing, and add great flavor and texture to cookies and brownies. Here, our best recipes showcasing walnuts.

Coconut Flour Recipes

Use coconut flour to make gluten-free recipes such as a carrot cake, granola bars, lemon cookies, tropical fruit smoothies and much more.