Snack Recipes (Most Popular)
Wish for the luck of the Irish on St. Patrick's Day, go green for Earth Day or brighten up a dull day with these festive all-fruit kebabs.
High protein, low fat, very high taste!
This is a take off of something I had in an organic restaurant. This smoothie will keep me full all morning!
The natural and tasty guacamole that ANYONE loves!
super fast and easy [and low cal!]
Use this spicy, creamy sauce on pretzels, on sandwiches or even on a baked sweet potato.
This four-ingredient date loaf has NO eggs, sugar, butter or cream. It's absolutely delicious!
Delicious served hot with toasted bagel or pita chips and can also be served as a cold dip.
Turns chips and guac into a football field. We love this clever presentation!
Serve with fresh cut veggies (bell pepper, carrots, celery, ext) or tortilla chips.
Tastes like summer.
Thread melon balls on wooden skewers for a frosty, delicious treat.
Only two Ingredients to make these FABULOUS muffins! This receipe is from allrecipes.com. Works with pumpkin, applesauce, spice cake, yellow cake, etc.
This is a great Fall Season Treat! Eat it at breakfast, snacktime, dinner or as an addition to Thanksgiving. Make muffins or loaves.
Extremely thin pancake of sorts
Tasty low calorie low fat banana muffins
Fun 'sushi-like' snacks.
This gives the taste combination of kettle corn - buttery, sweet and salty, without the added fat, sugar or salt.
Makes a great healthy and light treat for company or family, or just for you!
These mildly sweet muffins make great snacks during the fall and winter!
A wonderful snack that's easy to make.
This caffeine-free iced tea has less sugar and other nonsense than the store-bought brands.
The caramel, chocolate and touch of salt with the crackers made these a huge hit with the gang. The calorie count is low -- if you can stick to just one serving. It reminds me of a homemade chocolate bar.
I love ranch dressing, but it's so heavy! Here's a lighter version that also happens to be vegan. You can substitute regular low-fat mayonnaise and skim milk for the coconut milk and vegan mayo.
break up the Kale into bite size chunks. Place in a cookie sheet with olive oil drizzled over the top. Salt and fresh ground pepper to taste. Sprinkle Parmesan Cheese over it and bake at 350 for 15 min or so. Even my 2 year old loves it.
Moist muffins my whole family loves.