How To: Make a Tasty Walnut Spread

Make a Tasty Walnut Spread

I would like to encourage you all to try something new in the kitchen area.      

Do you like the taste of sweet or sour? Or the delicious combination of both? You can make your own healthy walnut spread in just a few minutes and with the usage of only three ingredients. The spread can be used on a few slices of bread for a tasty sandwich.


  • This walnut spread is known for many health benefits.


  • 1 teacup of ground walnuts
  • 3 teaspoons of honey
  • 3 teaspoons of sour cream or low-fat sour cream


Mix all the above mentioned ingredients with a teaspoon. You can change the amount of used ingredients, according to your taste. The walnut spread is very good in combination with a slice of bread or a cracker. It lasts for at least three days, if stored in the refrigerator. The preparation is very simple and quick. 

Health Benefits

Walnuts contain omega-3 fatty acids, which protect your body from the danger of high cholesterol and high blood pressure. Their usage is especially recommended for the pregnant women.

The immune system can be kept strong with a taste of honey. Two teaspoons of honey a day can fill you with a great measure of energy, necessary for accomplishing your tasks.

Sour cream is a good source of calcium, which keeps your bones strong and healthy. But be careful, because it contains milk fat. In concern for your health (diet food), you can use low-fat or light sour cream instead of the regular.

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