Fisher Praline Pecans are buttery and sweet. The praline flavor glaze on the pecans has a deep rich buttery glossy look that brings a touch of sweetness to salads. They are also great for your Christmas cookie recipes.
I love to use Fisher Praline Pecans in my tossed salads along with dried fruits such as cranberries and crumbled of feta or Gouda cheeses.
Here are a few things I learned about the Fisher Praline Pecans from my review:
No. 1: Fisher Praline Pecans calories: one serving or one ounce has 180 calories.
No. 2: Fisher Praline Pecans nutritional facts: One serving or 1/4 cup has 16 grams of fat, 110 mg sodiuim, 8 carbs, 2 grams of fiber, 5 grams of sugar and 2 grams of protein.
No. 3: Fisher Praline Pecans ingredients: pecans, sugar, corn syrup, butter, vegetable oil, salt, caramel color and natural and artificial flavors and other ingredients.
No. 4: Fisher Praline Pecans is distributed by John B. Sanfilippo and Sons, Inc. based in Elgin, Illinois. The pecans are from the United States and Mexico. The product is packed in the U.S. A. For more information, visit www.fishernuts.com.
No. 5: Fisher Praline Pecans have four percent iron and 2 percent calcium.
The Fisher Praline pecans are labeled as part of the uPromise college savings program. The product comes in a red tin containing 283 grams or 10 ounces.
I was pleased with the quality of the pecans. They were large and fresh which is ideal for any praline pecan recipe. They are good enough to eat right out of the package or as a topping for praline pecan Christmas sugar cookies or pecan sandies.
Salad with Pecans: To make a delicious and healthy holiday dish, mix together green lettuces, red onions, red grapefruit or dried cherries or dried cranberries, a half of a package of feta or Gouda cheese and the praline pecans. Serve with a balsamic vinaigrette dressing.
For taste, I give the Fisher Praline pecans 4.8 out of 5 stars. Don’t nibble on the Praline pecans while you are baking or making a salad, or you won’t have enough left for your Christmas cookie recipes!
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