Restore 5 Points of Health
Honey Nut Treats can be found all over Skryim. It's a pretty simple idea, really: nuts+honey+stick = sweet, caloric goodness. Putting these on a stick totally makes sense, as they're so sticky that the Dovahkiin's hands would stick to his/her sword. Try explaining THAT to a Falmer.
To be really canon, these would probably just be honey, nuts and spices mixed with boiled honey - kind of like simsimieh, but it's a serious pain in the ass to make and unless you're a professional candy maker, there's no guarantee that it will actually set up. Instead, I've modified an easier marshmallow treat recipe to get a taste that's authentically Skyrim without the need for a French culinary degree.
When you're making these, take the time to go to a restaurant or craft store and get Candy Apple Sticks. They're sturdy, the perfect size and look just right. In the game, these treats are the size of a baby's arm, which I put down to the game rendering. Using a Candy Apple stick produces a treat that's really just the right size for a real meat human (or Dunmer. or Argonian. or...).
"Nothing hits the spot right after a fight like Nuts on a Stick."
Recipe (yields about 2 dozen treats)
3 Cups of Puffed Rice Cereal
(you know, the kind that's got a copyright on the name)
3 Cups of Mixed Nuts (salted or unsalted, per your preference)
1/2 Cup Honey
1/2 Cup Peanut Butter
2 Cups Marshmallows
3 Tbsp. Cinnamon
Mix the cereal, nuts and cinnamon in a VERY large mixing bowl, and set aside.
Melt the marshmallows, peanut butter and honey in a very large pot over low heat. Stir well until everything is melted and combined.
Pour the melted mixture into the cereal and nuts, and stir well to combine.
We used unsalted peanuts and almonds. It was kind of like tasty hippie food.
Transfer the mix to a large mixing bowl and chill in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes. The mix is too loose to form into balls when it's warm, and needs to chill a bit to firm up.
Take the mix out of the fridge and with damp hands (not soaking wet, just damp), mold the mix into balls that will be skewered onto the apple sticks. Damp hands keep the treats from sticking to you. Buttering your hands works too, but isn't as effective.
At this point, depending on the heat and humidity at your house, the treats may still be too loose to stay stuck on the apple stick. If this is the case, put the rolled treats on a tray and stick them in the freezer for about 15 minutes, then try to skewer them again.
These will keep for a week or more without refrigeration. Just make sure to wrap or pack them in an airtight container.