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Considered an aphrodisiac by some, avocado is also high in good fat and packed with vitamins and fiber.
If you love making your own pizzas, try this simple recipe.
Healthy and hearty, this trail mix recipe is an easy, energizing snack.
This delicious fruit salad makes for an excellent lesson in mathematics!
These chips are a perfect alternative to their store-bought competitors, and can be made several ways!
Kids will gobble up this sweet mixed-up snack mix.
Try this neat new way to serve hotdogs.
Love granola? Give this sweet, coconut-infused recipe a try!
Kids will love this healthy back-to-school snack.
Try this recipe with your own homegrown tomatoes.
Wrap these squares and pop them into the freezer for up to one month. They’ll be easy to grab for school lunch desserts, too.
When I was in high school I specifically went to a now-defunct restaurant only to eat a version of this sandwich: its demise doesn’t stop me from enjoying it still.
These chips bear no relation to those you buy at the market: the intensity of their flavor is much deeper and more apple-y, and their texture is crispy rather than soft.
My childhood friend Cynthia Stuart introduced me to this quintessential salty-sweet combination many years ago, but I have to admit I consider this rendition pure genius! Just see how cool they look!
These tiny, tart muffins are for cranberry lovers. You can substitute raspberries or blueberries if you wish.
Certainly a snack most beloved by children, but most adults will also love these little bites.