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  • I've been eating Walgreens Cashew Crunch Squares. They are like crack.

    Good & Delish*Cashew Crunch | Walgreens


    holy shit so good. Now How do I make these at home. Could maple syrup work in place of the rice syrup? and would i just like mix the cashews or other nuts with the syrup and bake it for a bit? would that hold them together?

  • #2
    Originally posted by Jamie Madrox View Post
    Good & Delish*Cashew Crunch | Walgreens


    holy shit so good. Now How do I make these at home. Could maple syrup work in place of the rice syrup? and would i just like mix the cashews or other nuts with the syrup and bake it for a bit? would that hold them together?
    Maybe maple syrup in place of both the sugar and the rice syrup?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by JackieKessler View Post
      Maybe maple syrup in place of both the sugar and the rice syrup?
      Planned on leaving out he sugar. But a little sugar doesnt bother me. I just didnt know if maple syrup had the same adhesive properties as rice syrup.

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      • #4
        Or how about some dried fruit instead of both of the sugars? You would basically be making your own Larabars.

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        • #5
          Id rather just do nuts and something that binds them together to keep the carbs low as i get enough carbs from other sources.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Jamie Madrox View Post
            Id rather just do nuts and something that binds them together to keep the carbs low as i get enough carbs from other sources.
            How about just a bag of cashews?

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            • #7
              cuz i want them in giant crunchy squares.

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              • #8
                Glue?
                You know all those pictures of Adam and Eve where they have belly button? Think about it..................... take as long as you need........................

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                • #9
                  I haven't had the cashew squares myself, so I don't really know how they taste/how to recreate the taste. But I'm wondering if some really dark chocolate, melted down, with cashews mixed in would recreate a similar product? I know the original product doesn't have chocolate. But that is the only thing that I can think of that would hold the cashews together. Of course fruit would work too. Like a previous poster said, figs/dates would work well in holding the cashews together.

                  The squares themselves don't seem to be that "low carb" with all the sugar/syrup in there. So if you take out the syrup/sugar and replace it with dates or maple syrup, then it'll still be higher in carbs.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Tribal Rob View Post
                    Glue?
                    hahaha just what I was thinking. Cashews are sweet all on their own.

                    Cashews + bacon fat. Once at room temp, it's a Primal Bar!
                    Cashews + coconut oil. See above.
                    Cashews + mashed avocado + agave syrup (it's natural). Chill to solidify avocado.

                    Yaknow, I was joking, but that third one minus the agave syrup (which you might as well suck cane) kinda sorta sounds good.
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                    • #11
                      I love cashews so much. It's why I only buy the very smallest amt I can find about once a month.

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                      • #12
                        those look so good....yums

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