- — Raw, Vegan, Kosher
- — Oven Roasted
- — Unsalted
Who doesn’t love almonds? Especially if roasted almonds have a crispy texture and fragrant nutty scent. At Food to Live, we carefully roast California Whole Almonds in the oven at low temperatures to preserve their original nutrients. They are dry-roasted in small batches without adding oil for longer freshness. Then we sort roasted almonds into airtight zip bags for your convenience. Grab a bag while on the go, at work, or hiking, and keep your body energized throughout the day.
Nutrition Value Comparison Roasted Almonds vs Raw
As far as nutrition, raw and roasted unsalted almonds are slightly different. To be more precise, 161 kcal and 14 g of fat compared to 167 kcal and 15 g of fat in raw almonds vs roasted almonds. As we use low temperatures while roasting, our almonds remain rich in Riboflavin, Vitamin E, and Magnesium. They are also a great source of Protein and Fiber. Roasted almonds can manage blood pressure, reduce cholesterol levels, and lower blood sugar.
Usage of Roasted & Unsalted Almonds in Culinary
Except for being a great snack, dry-roasted almonds have versatile uses in culinary. These super healthy nuts are used for topping salads, ice-creams, morning oatmeal, and a variety of porridges. They can be added to pastries, granola, homemade sweets, and energy bars. Try to make your own almond butter by blending our almonds to a thick paste consistency. You can then add a pinch of salt or cinnamon based on your preferences.
Pay attention to Roasted Almonds bulk bags to save on the price per pound. Roasted Almonds with no salt can be stored for up to 1,5 years by keeping them in the refrigerator or freezer.