Snack
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Snack
  • Big Apple-Bacon Grilled Cheese Sandwich

    The exciting flavors of New York City come alive with the combination of apple-bacon jam and rich, creamy cheddar. And like the city, this grown-up grilled cheese is sweet, spicy, sour and rich—a little bit of everything. Note: the jam, which keeps well in the refrigerator for a couple of weeks, is also the perfect condiment for pork roast.

  • Soft Batch Brown Butter Snickerdoodle Cookies

    A simple, yet elevated twist on the cookie favorite, complete with an easy-to-make brown sugar frosting.

  • Chocolate Peppermint Bark

    Spice it up with Sriracha flavored candy canes. The spicy candy canes help offset the sweetness of the white chocolate and really bring out the flavor of the peppermint.

  • Country Ham and Cheddar on Biscuits with Currant-Mustard Chutney

    Call them tea sandwiches or call them sliders—either way, these diminutive little sandwiches are a powerhouse of flavor. Note: make an extra batch—or two—of the chutney. It’s great on grilled meat and poultry, terrific on sandwiches, and classic served over cream cheese with crackers.

  • Lemon-Thyme Cakes

    Just right for wedding shower treats and edible wedding favors, these miniature cakes can be made with an electric stand or hand-held mixer. To give the glaze a layered look, apply half to all the cakes and then a couple of minutes later, apply the second half.

  • Veggie Chips

    To make sure these beautiful chips cook evenly, be sure to cut them to an even thickness. A mandolin or v-slicer makes easy work of it. While the chips cook, stir them often—again, that promotes even cooking. Finally, don’t be surprised if they aren’t crisp right when you pull them out of the pot—they crisp as they cool.

  • From-Scratch Kalamata Hummus and Homemade Pita Chips

    This classic from-scratch hummus recipe gets a blast of rich salty flavor from kalamata olives and freshness from parsley. The pita chips are quickly toasted in a skillet so that you can make them anytime, even on short notice.

  • Spicy Popcorn

    Perfect for movie night, game-watching and any other time you want a savory, spicy snack. Warning: it is addictive.

  • Cherry-Chipotle Wings

    These addictive sweet, spicy and smoky wings are a cinch to make, but be warned: they will disappear as quickly as you put them out, so make more than you think you need!

  • Maple Syrup Glazed Barley and Squash “Cupcakes”

    A new and fun way to serve barley risotto with earthy roasted squash – perfect for an occasion such as Thanksgiving or just for a snack. You can just boil the barley if preferred, but this method brings out a lovely flavor and texture. You may think tea unusual for the glaze but it adds a rich depth to the mix.

  • Caramel Popcorn

    Oh what a heavenly snack, for movie night or a home-made holiday gift or a birthday party. Remember to share!

  • Skillet Toasted Pumpkin Seeds

    Don’t let those pumpkin seeds go to waste! Whether simply cooked in oil and butter and tossed with salt or coated with aromatic, robust seasoning, pumpkin seeds make a great, healthful – and easy to make – snack.

  • Homemade Granola Bars

    Whole grains, nuts, seeds and dried fruit pack these chewy granola bars with nutrients and great flavor. Slip one into a backpack or glove compartment, or put them out for an afternoon snack.

  • Cherry Almond Granola

    This wholesome and homemade granola tastes like a treat, but is packed with healthful nutrients and unprocessed ingredients. Its only flaw? It seems to disappear as fast as you can make it.

  • Banana Bran Nut Muffins

    These nutritious muffins are a wonderfully satisfying healthful way to start the day. But don’t just relegate them to breakfast—they’re also a perfect afternoon snack.

  • Black Pepper Kettle Corn

    Sweet and savory flavors collide to pack loads of luscious character with a spicy kick into each tiny morsel. If you love popcorn, this recipe is an absolute must-make!