A low carb diet does not have to eliminate your favorite fall treats. These easy crockpot Keto pumpkin spice almonds are sweet and full of your favorite flavors.
Do you love all things pumpkin flavored? I did not really jump on the pumpkin train until a couple of years ago.
I think it is because I first started with the ever praised PSL. My coffee is a very serious thing for me and guess what? I don’t like PSL’s. So I decided all things pumpkin were a no go for me.
But I was so wrong. Pumpkin spice definitely screams out fall time to most of us.
These easy crockpot keto pumpkin spice almonds satisfied my craving for something that would taste and smell like fall without ruining my diet.
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Easy Crockpot Keto Pumpkin Spice Almonds
For the last several weeks, I have had flavored nuts roasted in the oven on my meal plan. And you know how many times I have made them? Zip. Zero. Nada.
Why not? I don’t really know for sure but I have an idea. The idea of heating the oven and watching, stirring and flipping nuts for a period of time just doesn’t appeal to me.
So to make this recipe, you need just 4 ingredients and a crockpot! Forget the oven! These easy crockpot keto pumpkin spice almonds will be ready in right around an hour with very little work from you!
Then you will have a delicious and sweet fall inspired snack to eat on all week (or all day if your family gets into your stash like mine did). My one year old (almost 2) loves almonds. And he was certainly a fan of these!
Ingredients for Easy Crockpot Keto Pumpkin Spice Almonds
- 1 Cup Salted Almonds
- 1 tsp Pumpkin Pie Spice
- 2 tsp Stevia
- 1 Tbsp butter
Roasting Almonds In the CrockPot
To make these easy crockpot keto pumpkin spice almonds, simply add all ingredients to the slow cooker.
Cook on low for 1-1.5 hours. Stir once during the cooking period.
That is it!
Once you are done roasting the nuts, spread them out on parchment paper (or a paper plate like I did) and allow them to cool and dry out a bit. Then you can package in an air tight container for snacks throughout the week.
I’m not sure how long they will last because they literally didn’t last a day at my house!
Want Other Sweet Keto Treats?
Try these sweet treat recipes that will keep you on your low carb/keto plan.