Content tagged with “Snack”
Try customizing this basic recipe with your favorite dried fruits and nuts.
Grilled Tomatillo Salsa
Tomatillos are delicious raw, but they take on a sweet, smoky flavor when cooked on the grill. This quick salsa makes a...
One-Bowl Chocolate Cake
This easy-to-make chocolate cake is dark, moist, rich—and only dirties one bowl! Not quite as easy as boxed cake mixes...
Toasted sesame seeds add taste and eye appeal to a cheery plate of carrots.
Satisfy your salty, crunchy and savory cravings in one punch with this quick snack.
Freshly grated Parmesan cheese and a sprinkle of cayenne pepper dress up air-popped popcorn.
Paprika adds zing to hard-boiled eggs.
Sweet dates and salty prosciutto combine in a tasty bite.
Dried herbs and crushed garlic dress up your favorite olives.
Tropical Fruit Smoothie
A blend of tropical fruits makes a refreshing breakfast smoothie. You can boost the fiber content by adding a...
The oaky taste of Armagnac, a French brandy made in Gascony, has long been paired with prunes. While Armagnac is...
Smoked Salmon Spread
A splash of pepper-flavored vodka gives this salmon spread a sophisticated flair. If you like, use plain vodka instead...
Whole-Wheat Blueberry Bars
These delicious blueberry treats feature moist fruit filling with a crunchy topping made with the same dough as the...
The tropical flavors of this quick mango salsa complement chicken, pork or mild white fish.
Try experimenting with this basic recipe by adding your favorite mix-ins--like pickle relish, finely chopped red bell...
Chocolate Bundt Cake
You won't feel an ounce of guilt when you dig into this dense, chocolate bundt cake.
Greek Split Pea Spread
One taste of this simple, rustic spread—a popular meze or appetizer throughout Greece—and you are transported to a...
A high-protein predinner snack—like these simple curry-roasted almonds—is a good way to take the edge off your appetite...
Cottage Cheese Veggie Dip
Stir lemon pepper into cottage cheese for a quick and healthy vegetable dip. We like carrots and snow peas, but any...