I shared a great love for black walnuts with my Dad for many years. Now that he is gone I remember him every time I eat them. My Mom found black walnut flavoring and made a two layer cake from scratch with black walnuts. My father and I loved it. Black walnut trees grow on our family farm in East Tennessee. I have gathered them (carefully) and put them into plastic bags for my Aunt to take home. I say carefully because you can get green coloring on your hands that is hard to get off. They are worth it! If you have never had black walnuts they have a very different taste from English walnuts. These taste just right and much cheaper than in a grocery store.Joyce, Saint Petersburg, FL
Delicious, and SO Amuch fresher than the tiny, stale cellophane packs that can only sometimes be found in the baking section at supermarkets. I eat a handful of these almost daily for breakfast with chia seed, fruit, and cottage cheese, but they’re excellent in salads (try Waldorf) and baked goods. You haven’t lived until you’ve eaten black walnut pie, or chocolate chip cookies made with black walnuts. Sue Bob says, “five stars, check ‘em out!”Suellen, Santa Fe, NM
Used them in a carrot cake I baked for a church fundraiser it was auctioned off at $125 I love your products do you sell black walnut FlavoringPeggy, Apple Valley, CA
Quite tasty!Gilbert, Pueblo, CO
Black Walnuts. **May contain occasional shell fragment.** Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 28g (~1 oz.)
|Amount per serving|
|Calories from Fat||139|
Store open or closed under refrigeration for up to 6 months. This item can be frozen.
Country of origin: United States