Almonds are native to the Middle East and Southeast Asia. They grow in warm areas. The largest producer in the world is the United States (specifically California), although there is an important production in Spain, Iran, Italy, Morocco and Chile. Besides gastronomy, the almond has been well received in the industry of perfumery and cosmetics, not only for its pleasant aroma but for its emollient qualities and good fats. As for its health benefits, it can be said that 100 grams of almonds provide 570 calories, plus an important source of B vitamins, vitamin E and minerals like zinc, iron, manganese, potassium, phosphorus and calcium. Also, thanks to unsaturated fats, helps fight bad cholesterol and regulate sugar levels in the blood, especially when they are consumed with skin. Almond’s delicate flavor and texture is widely used in cooking. It is the star ingredient in recipes as diverse as macaroons, pralines, nougat, marzipan, nougat, frangipane, garlic soup, muffins and many others; In addition, the liquor obtained from them, the amaretto, is a big favorite, and can be enjoyed even alone, lightly toast or with a touch of salt or spices. Even a handful of almonds is the perfect complement to dishes like grilled trout. It gives a crisp touch to risottos and salads, and a special texture to casseroles. Almonds are one of our favorite nuts, and not only for its flavor, but for its many uses in the kitchen, and for its many health properties. This delicious nut provides a large amount of energy to be consumed, it is a very complete, ideal for children in growth age, pregnant women and nursing food. Almond its use in cooking is varied and widely used especially in desserts. Besides eaten raw in snacks or as a snack, almonds can be found in countless recipes of the most varied forms: horchata, ice cream, fried, roasted, boiled ... But this time only highlight their most popular uses: sauce of almonds, almond milk, cream and crunchy almonds. The almond sauce is perfect to serve to accompany meat and fish, as it brings out the flavor of food, and leaves a subtle almond taste in the mouth. Dipping bread in it is a real treat. Almond milk has risen in popularity because it is an excellent substitute for animal milk for people with celiac disease or lactose intolerance because it brings a lot of calcium. It is also highly consumed by vegetarians who do not consume any animal products. Producing it is as simple as dry and peeled almonds grind, and mix them with water, and some feature that provides sweetness as sugar, vanilla or chocolate. Almond cream is another culinary use oriented to the bakery, it is used mainly to fill sweets like cakes, Swiss rolls, and pastries.