Holiday Fried Pecans

Sweet & Salty Louisiana Pecans

Pure Delicious

Holiday Fried Pecans are 100% organic, gluten-free pecans that are a little sweet, a little salty, and whole lot delicious.

These Louisiana pecans are a perfect snack whether you’re watching the game, tiding yourself over until dinner, or want to top your sundae with something special. Made with simple ingredients like sugar,
salt, and soy oil, they’re flash fried—just enough to get a great crunch, but not enough to absorb much oil.

And the taste, well . . . we had to make sure we didn’t eat them all before we could photograph them for our site. They’re that good.

We also like the way they’re made. Founder Keith Baum works directly with pecan orchards, then Holiday makes the pecans themselves right in their Louisiana commercial kitchen.

Keith grew up around pecan trees and harvested them regularly for his grandmother. Then in 2010, he came across a long-lost family recipe for pecans… and the rest is history.

Satisfy your craving with a snack that’s a little sweet, a little salty, and 100% Made in the USA.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Keith
    Keith

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce the our incredibly tasty Holiday Fried Pecans to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Dorien
    Dorien
    6/12/2015 12:35 PM

    Could you tell me how much sugar is in a serving of the pecans?

  • Thomas
    Thomas
    6/12/2015 12:44 PM

    @Dorien who cares just don't eat so many at one sitting.

  • Keith
    Keith – Special Guest
    6/12/2015 12:45 PM

    @Dorien There are only: 7grams of sugar per 1oz. serving.

    16grams of fat per oz.

    and 190 calories per oz.

    So, it is actually less than raw pecans!

  • Jim
    Jim
    6/12/2015 6:36 PM

    @Thomas DBAD. The person who asked obviously cares.

  • Cindy
    Cindy
    6/12/2015 12:41 PM

    Hello Keith,

    This looks like an interesting product, and I like your story. Quick question, I'm on a very restricted diet, and was wondering about the fat content. They just sound very fattening, which regular nuts can be!

    Thanks

    CM

  • Keith
    Keith – Special Guest
    6/12/2015 12:48 PM

    @Cindy They actually have less fat and calories than raw pecans and most other raw nuts per 1oz serving.

    I understand being on a diet which is why i prefer to eat my HFP on healthy things. sweet potato, salads, mix in my yogurt and oatmeal!

    Thanks for the compliment!

  • Thomas
    Thomas
    6/12/2015 12:49 PM

    @Cindy again the same response to you that I gave to Dorien, don't eat so many in one sitting that you blow you diet (self control). If you find that you can't control yourself give them away as a gift to someone.

  • Jim
    Jim
    6/12/2015 7:54 PM

    @Thomas Stop being a judgemental troll. People are asking legitimate questions.

  • Roxane
    Roxane
    6/12/2015 12:49 PM

    Congratulations on your Grommet Launch Keith!!!! Being from south Louisiana, my mouth was watering the second I saw the photo knowing they had to be delicous. I will be sharing this discovery with family and friends. Good Luck.

  • Keith
    Keith – Special Guest
    6/12/2015 12:54 PM

    @Roxane I love to hear all the compliments as we make all of our pecans by hand and work very hard to do so. We will never outsource to keep our quality.

    Thank you Roxane and fellow Louisianian.

    Its usually the nuts that change the world!

  • Alexandra
    Alexandra
    6/12/2015 1:41 PM

    Are they ready to ship immediately?

  • Alexandra
    Alexandra
    6/12/2015 1:42 PM

    @Alexandra

  • Alexandra
    Alexandra
    6/12/2015 1:42 PM

    @Alexandra

  • Alexandra
    Alexandra
    6/12/2015 1:43 PM

    @Alexandra you can't have nuts without salt.

  • joanne
    joanne – Grommet Team
    6/12/2015 1:46 PM

    @Alexandra - Yes they are ready to ship immediately!

  • Keith
    Keith – Special Guest
    6/12/2015 1:44 PM

    @Alexandra We can usually ship next business day. It is about 3-5 days on average from time the order is placed until you are eating you flash fried wonders.

    Thanks

  • F
    F
    6/12/2015 2:05 PM

    Just curious about how the fried ones can have less fat than raw? Could someone explain? Very interesting......Thanks, Frances

  • Keith
    Keith – Special Guest
    6/12/2015 2:34 PM

    @F Though the recipe is top secret, I can tell you that we have had them tested by a very reputable lab and they found that how we process and clean the pecan extracts more oil out of the pecan than we add during our flash fry process.

    Thanks!

  • Nancy
    Nancy
    6/12/2015 3:05 PM

    I think I may be your southern "twin sister!" as I've been making a fried sweet-salty pecan for years. I have called them "Killer Pecans"...and no one can eat just one. I have to hide them from my husband and other family members. I am allergic to soy, so I use a different oil. You are smart to market them, as they are out of this world delicious, if they are anything like the ones my Kentucky recipe yields. Good luck...you will be a millionaire soon. When that happens, come to the Derby in KY and bet some of those earnings.

  • Keith
    Keith – Special Guest
    6/12/2015 3:11 PM

    @Nancy I love that I can even be mentioned in the same breath as a good southern cook, which I'm sure you are. Your pecans sound great, spouses make for the best cooking test subjects.

    Thanks for the kind words Nancy, keep that southern kitchen jumping or there will be pecansequences!

  • Arlene
    Arlene
    6/12/2015 6:50 PM

    Can you pls tell me how many milligrams of sugar & how many of salt? Calories & carbs count; serving size?

    Thank you.

    Arlene

  • Keith
    Keith – Special Guest
    6/12/2015 7:06 PM

    @Arlene sugar: 7grams, salt: 5mg, calories: 190, carbs: 9grams.

    All per 1 oz. serving.

    Thanks

  • Jennifer
    Jennifer
    6/12/2015 8:33 PM

    These look very tasty and I plan to buy them for Christmas gifts (always planning ahead). I can tell that the $34 gift tin is a metallic container but what is the $24 pail made out of. I'm curious if it has a use after the nuts are gone as the tin would. Good luck with your Grommet launch and I'll order several once it's closer to the holidays.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    6/15/2015 9:40 AM

    Hi Jennifer, I would say the pail could be of use after the nuts are gone as well. It is plastic with a metallic lid. Enjoy!

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