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Not Your Mama's Snack Attack

Where do you put those gifts you don’t want? Come on, admit it - you’ve got a regifting closet or shelf stuffed with vases, shower and bath sets, loofahs, spoon holders, and scarves and hats you don’t like. And just like anything else that misbehaves, gifts do too - that’s why we put them in time out until we can figure out what to do with them.  Consider the ugly sweaters you’ll wear - over your dead body. We all have well-intentioned loved ones and office workers who wouldn’t leave us out for the world come holiday time. The problem is, how well do they know us? How could they possibly pick out something special? And for that matter, how can we pick out something for someone we hardly know? We can’t - that’s the problem... which brings us to the solution. Let’s face it: not everyone shares our tastes and vice versa. What to do? Send food! Comfort food! Snacks.  Ah, but what kind of snacks? We’re talking Try My Nuts, of course. We take the fear out of gift-giving every single time; t
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Make Yer Tongue Slap Yer Cheeks

If you've ever dined in New Orleans, you are no stranger to heat, weather-related or food-related. There's no doubt about it: New Orleans loves its fiery spices. But guess what? You don't have to live in The Big Easy to enjoy the spicier things in life. All you need to do is Try My Nuts ! From chili to homemade Creole, hot sauce is everywhere these days. Even though entrepreneurs grow peppers, bottle their creations, and sell at craft fairs, the good news is that you don't have to. With a click, you can set yourself on fire with Try My Nuts sauces, guaranteed to send you running, hollering for mercy into the wind or the ice water, whichever comes first. Try My Nuts has a variety of lip-smacking sauces suited to every taste, perfect for your table or anyone who needs a jolt. Believe it or not, some folks don't know what to do with hot sauces other than to add them to traditional fare. But now that we've got our screaming mouths open, allow us to introduce you to

Get Your Biscuits in the Oven and Your Buns Outta Bed!

  How do you get your buns out of bed? Pick one: The cat is dancing on your face. You can't wait to clean the snow off your car so you can get to the office.  You must get to the mirror so you can scare yourself to death. The thrill of one more Greek yogurt?  Wrong. If you're like 30 million other Americans, you rely on magic in a cup. Black magic, that is - but we know it as coffee. Or brown magic if you add cream. Mmm, that first sip: there's nothing like it. Most people swear by their favorite brand, but we swear by ours. Try My Nuts has some awesome kick-your-butt-out-of-bed coffee; it's called Get Up and Go and it’s perfect for when your get-up won't go. Think of it as a machete slicing through the gunk - or toothpicks holding your eyes open. Either way, Get Up and Go means go, go, go! Our coffee pods will have you percolating in no time, and that's a good thing because there's no time when you're running late. But wait, there's more. Let's

Feel the Burn

Hey, hot stuff, can you feel the burn? Do you know someone who loves the heat? In any group, there’s always someone with dragon breath. Typically a mild-mannered person, this pepper fanatic morphs into a fire eater who claims, “That’s not hot – I add a ton of hot peppers to my chili!” We all know someone who chomps jalapeno peppers like strawberries and who opens his cupboard – is it true that it’s always a guy? – to show you his spread of hot sauces.  Well, here’s the world’s hottest gift for that character: a chance to grow the world’s hottest peppers with Try My Nuts. The heat in peppers comes from a chemical compound called capsaicin (pronounced cap-SAY-sin), which has all kinds of uses. It is used for bear spray and to reduce pain from arthritis, psoriasis, and shingles. And it’s used to put both pain and flavor in your food.  When ordering peppers, most packages come marked with Scoville Heat Units (SHUs) that identify the intensity of the heat. Sweet peppers get 0 SHUs: Z-E-R-O

Come On, Baby, Light My Fire

  Let There Be a Flicker When the electricity goes out, we reach for our cell phones and the built-in flashlight, but we think about saving the battery unless we have an extra charger. What if we use our power, and then we're without a phone?  If the outage is in the middle of the night, who cares? We turn over and sleep until the sun comes up. But what if it's early evening and it’s a long time till bed? That's when we turn to the next best thing: candles - and we'd better hope we can find the matches. Where did you cram them again? In the drawer? The cabinet? Then what, may we ask, is your hand doing in the Cashew Bliss Gift Tin? Never mind, we know the answer; they're irresistible, but did you have to eat every last one? Do you cringe when the lights go out? These are the times when you wish you'd: Cleaned out your closet so you can snack in private. Not eaten the last of the Milk Chocolate Caramel Pecan Patties from Try My Nuts. Saved some of those Milk Ch

And Now In Other News: Cashews You Can Use

See that person standing next to the bowl of Try My Nuts ? Yes, that's the one, chatting it up with anyone who'll listen. You know what's happening, don't you? That person is creating a diversion, hoping no one will notice how close they are to the cashews while innocently reaching toward the bowl, popping morsel after morsel into their mouth.  You thought we wouldn't notice, didn't you? Ah, but we did. There's a sneaky Pete at every wedding, family gathering, and potluck. How do we know? We know what they're doing because we do the same thing. We position ourselves just so and look harmless while we zero in on the cashews. We carefully survey the bowl and casually slip the cashews into our hands, never letting anyone else know what we're doing.  Consider this fair warning: if not monitored, every last cashew will be gone, missing from the bowl, never seen again. Don't bother shaming us with guilt; it won't work. We have no remorse. We love o