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I usually don't review if I don't follow the recipe as listed, but there weren't any here, so I thought I would. I followed everything except for the sweeteners. I don't like artificial, and usually do without. I chose coconut sugar, 2 tsp for the whole batch (1g. Sugar per serving). This came out perfect. Crunchy, and just enough sweetness to bring out the cinnamon. I'll be keeping this recipe!
I added 1/4 cup each of flax seeds and chia seeds which meant that I increased the butter mixture to: 3T melted butter 1T pyure sweetener (stevia blend measures twice as sweet as sugar) and 2tsp of cinnamon. Super yummy!
Incredible!! I loved this so much. The cinnamon is amazing with the nuts. I'm Paleo, so I substituted olive oil for the butter and 4 tsp. honey for the two artificial sweeteners. I will make this again very soon!