Glazed chestnuts (or glazed chestnuts) are glazed chestnuts made from candied chestnuts in sugar syrup and glazed. Glazed chestnut originated in southern France and northern Italy and was invented shortly after the Crusaders brought sugar to Europe. The name of the delicacy comes from the French language. In French, chestnut and chestnut are used for chestnut, although chestnut denotes a better quality chestnut that peels more easily. This type of chestnuts is used for Candied Chestnuts, which are typically eaten on their own or used as ingredients for other desserts.