There are many recipes for honey-roasted pecans available at AllRecipes.com, Food.com and Epicurious.com. These recipes mostly differ by their ratios of honey to pecans and their preparation methods. However, some recipes also add sugar, cinnamon or egg to modify the recipe.
A traditional recipe for honey-roasted pecans calls for 2 cups of shelled pecan halves and 1/4 cup of honey. In order to prepare, begin by heating an oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Arrange the pecans evenly across a baking sheet, and roast the pecans for around 12 minutes or until they turn brown. Transfer the pecans into a saucepan on medium-high heat along with the honey. Simmer the mixture for four minutes or until the mixture begins to bubble.
Line a baking sheet with wax or parchment paper, and drizzle the honey-pecan mixture in an even layer across the pan. Separate any connected pecans from each other with a fork. Allow the honey-roasted pecans to cool completely prior to attempting to remove them from the pan. Store the pecans in an airtight container to eat as a snack. Some recipes call for dusting a mixture of salt, cinnamon and sugar over the pecans prior to cooking to add extra flavor.