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Healthy Cookie Dough Balls

I love getting my kids into the kitchen by making simple recipes where they will find success. This recipe for our healthy cookie dough balls is no exception. We make many variations of cookie dough balls, but this recipe is the simplest and a favorite around our house! Healthy Cookie Dough Balls Whether you call them energy bites, cookie dough balls, or no-bake cookies, these little tasty morsels take just a few basic ingredients and turn them into a quick and easy sweet treat. Unlike regula...
Tags: Crafts, Snacks, Slideshow, Cookies, Chocolate, Kids In The Kitchen, Cooking With Kids, Tablespoons, Healthy Snack, Cookie Bars, Healthy Cookie Dough Balls, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Balls Ingredients


The coolest lunch box accessories, water bottles, and other goodies to make school lunch more fun | Back to school shopping-guide

Each year, in our annual back to school shopping guide, we always love tracking down those cool lunch box accessories, water bottles, bentos, and other fun goodies that help make opening that same old lunch box every day a little more special. Only last year… we didn’t. (Cute super sad emojis.) This year, we’re trying to head […]
Tags: Shopping, Snacks, Back To School, Preschool, Back To School Shopping, Gifts For Kids, Reusable Bags, Gifts For Teens + Tweens, Reusable Water Bottles, Lunch Boxes + Bags, School Lunch Help, School Gear, Tweens + Teens


5 Delicious Keto-friendly Snacks for Maximum Weight Loss

It is no secret that the ketogenic diet or the keto diet is a high-fat diet therefore, the majority of your calories need to come from fat instead of protein or carbohydrates. Often it can be... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Health, Parenting, Diet, Fitness, Snacks, Weight Loss, Keto


Meera Sodha’s vegan recipe for sweet potato mochi with black sesame sauce | The new vegan

Rice flour and sweet potato make chewy-crunchy cakes to coat with a salty-sour sesame dipWhen I think of food that “sparks joy”, to borrow the phrase of a well-known house organiser, I don’t think of multicoloured cakes or the smoke and dance of Mexican restaurant sizzlers. It’s the fun, playful chewiness of the Japanese glutinous flour rice cakes called mochi that I want. Often they’re sweet, filled with adzuki beans or peanuts, but they can also be savoury, as in today’s recipe. Here, they are...
Tags: Food, Snacks, Vegetables, Japanese food and drink, Main course, Vegan food and drink, Rice, Meera Sodha


Cheesy beignets, ice-cream sandwiches, cod with curry sauce: Yotam Ottolenghi’s seaside treat recipes

Not regular fish’n’chips, but seeded cod with curry; not doughnuts, but dunkable parmesan beignets; less Mr Whippy, more mango and lime ice-cream sandwichesOh, I do like to be beside the seaside! How true this is. I’ve lived in the UK for a long time but, for me, the joy of going to the seaside will always be about sitting on the beach, beside the sea, rather than having to get in the actual water: you can take the boy out of the Mediterranean, and all that. Being beside the seaside, though, sti...
Tags: Food, UK, Cheese, Snacks, Fish, Fruit, Seafood, Main course, Dessert, French food and drink, Curry, Mediterranean, Yotam Ottolenghi, Ice-cream and sorbet


How to eat: Nutella

This month, How to Eat is digging into the chocolate spread. Is it best on croissants, pancakes or ice-cream? Why does it bang with bananas? And could the connoisseurs’ serve be straight from the jar?The subject of heists in Germany and chaos in French supermarkets, blessed by the high priests of the kitchen pass (Nigella, Yotam) but also slathered on chips in Aberdeen, Nutella’s popularity knows no bounds.It is less a hazelnut chocolate spread (other brands are available but, honestly, have you...
Tags: Food, Brunch, Snacks, Germany, Breakfast, Britain, Chocolate, Dessert, Ferrero, Brentford FC, Nigella Yotam, Aberdeen Nutella, Vitaly Janelt


Cookies, scones and lime tart: Yotam Ottolenghi’s recipes for gluten-free bakes

See if you miss the flour in these fudgy, nutty white chocolate cookies, savoury scones with Levantine spices, and a coconut cream and lime caramel tartBaking generally feels like alchemy: the magic that happens when eggs, sugar, butter and flour are bound together and heat is applied. So, if anything, gluten-free baking feels even more magical. It’s not, of course; in fact, it can be trickier, because gluten is often what holds things together and keeps them springy. To prevent gluten-free bake...
Tags: Food, Cake, Brunch, Snacks, Breakfast, Fruit, Baking, Chocolate, Dessert, Allergies, Biscuits, Gluten-free, Pastry, Yotam Ottolenghi


Pizza, pie and traybake: Tom Kerridge and Marcus Rashford’s easy family recipes

Four economical, tasty recipes from Marcus Rashford and Tom Kerridge’s hunger-busting Full Time campaign to fight child food poverty: easy to follow, simple to make and no flash kitchen gear requiredWhile we are from different generations, Marcus and I share a lot of similarities in our journeys to success. We both grew up in a single-parent household on a council estate, and although neither of us ever went without food, times were difficult and money was tight. So it’s heartbreaking to think ...
Tags: Meat, Food, UK, Cheese, Snacks, Pizza, Eggs, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Society, Poverty, Bread, Chicken, Main course, Pork, Baking


How to make the perfect okonomiyaki – recipe | Felicity Cloake's The perfect …

It’s the Japanese take on an altogether better fritter, but who makes it the best? Our resident perfectionist fries a few to find outThis Japanese vegetable fritter’s name literally translates as “cooked as you like it”, which is perhaps the most important thing you should know about okonomiyaki. Though sold in restaurants, stalls and convenience stores, it’s also easy to make at home: chef Ivan Orkin dubs it “a clean-out-the-fridge-franken-pancake”, which, “as you might guess”, is “usually some...
Tags: Meat, Food, Snacks, Eggs, Vegetables, Fish, Seafood, Japanese food and drink, Pork, Starter, Ivan Orkin


Caring is Sharing

Sometimes, being vegan is easier said than done, especially depending on where you live. Even as veganism rises in popularity, many restaurants and grocery stores still have only a small selection of plant-based options. However, this movement has been continuously on the rise and wider varieties of food and cosmetic items have popped up, particularly online. The accessibility of these virtual shopping opps mean that it’s effortless to spoil that special vegan in your life with thoughtful, cr...
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Okra bhajis and spinach and artichoke dip: Yotam Ottolenghi’s vegan recipes

Even omnivores will be up for these crunchy bhajis with mint yoghurt, and a moreish vegan side dish or dip There are many reasons to be vegan – concerns about animal welfare, the environment and personal health being the obvious three. I’ve never been good at being any “one” thing, but, though I’m not vegan, I can go for days eating as if I were, not least because there’s a fourth reason to feel passionate about eating vegan, be that sometimes, often or always: because it can be so darned tasty....
Tags: Food, Snacks, Vegetables, Side Dishes, Fruit, Vegetarian food and drink, Starter, Indian food and drink, Vegan food and drink, Yotam Ottolenghi


How to use leftover cooked broccoli | Waste not

Broccoli and other brassicas are so packed with nutrients, it’s daft to throw away the stalks and trimmings. Instead, cook them alongside the head, or turn them into a dish in their own rightBrassicaceae such as broccoli, purple sprouting broccoli and romanesco, which are all nearing the end of their long winter season, contain a compound called sulforaphane that is believed to have myriad health benefits. According to NutritionFacts.org, “Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli can potentially pre...
Tags: Food, Cheese, Snacks, Environment, Vegetables, Food Waste, Starter


Meltdown: Ravneet Gill’s recipes for using up Easter egg chocolate

Who wants to turn their excess Easter eggs into chocolate fondant, chocolate cereal clusters and chocolate and hazelnut spread? Bring it on!Can you bake with Easter egg chocolate? Sure you can. After getting my hands on a variety of Easter eggs this year (dark chocolate, caramelised white chocolate, orange-flavoured, nougat-filled mini eggs, the ones with pretzels stuck all over them … ), I found a place for them all: melted and turned into something else. For these recipes, I encourage you to u...
Tags: Food, Cake, Snacks, Eggs, Life and style, Breakfast, Side Dishes, Baking, Chocolate, Dessert, Easter, Ravneet Gill


Low effort, huge reward: readers recommend 10 very easy, supremely tasty recipes

A delicious, hearty meal needn’t take much time to make. Here are some startlingly quick options for big taste sensations – from midnight spaghetti to fried green plantainAny meal we eat after 10pm is frantic and addled. I often want something salty, spicy and flavoursome, preferably in a bowl, so “midnight spaghetti” is my go-to. Put enough spaghetti for two in a pot of heavily salted water and bring to the boil. Finely slice four garlic cloves, a red chilli and the stems of four leaves of rain...
Tags: Food, London, Snacks, Vegetables, Life and style, Soup, Ella Blackburn


TokyoTreat is a subscription box for snacks you can only find in Japan, and it's a fun surprise to open each month

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. TokyoTreats Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Fans of Japanese snacks may not be able to find all their favorites easily in the US.TokyoTreat is a subscription box that delivers snacks from Japan straight to your home.There's a diverse variety of snacks and drinks, and I've enjoyed most of the ones I've tried in my boxes. I also appreciate that the snacks feed my wanderlust and teach me a b...
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Honey Roasted Pecans with Cinnamon

Honey roasted pecans are a deliciously crunchy snack that is hard to resist! Bake them in your oven for a special treat that is both salty and sweet. Perfect for munching on any time you need something tasty to tide you over.  These simple honey nuts require only a few ingredients and make a great ... Read More about Honey Roasted Pecans with Cinnamon The post Honey Roasted Pecans with Cinnamon appeared first on Finding Zest.
Tags: Parenting, Snacks, Recipes, Cinnamon, Snack, Oven, Honey Pecans, Honey Roasted Pecans, Roasted Nuts, Roasted Pecans


Recipes for easy working-from-home lunches

Save sandwiches for another day, and instead try a green hummus flatbread dip, savoury pancakes with smoked salmon and broccoli, and red lentil dal with avocado and a fried egg Prep 10 minCook 5 minServes 2 Continue reading...
Tags: Food, Snacks, Eggs, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Fish, Bread, Fruit, Seafood, Main course, Curry


Tangy jam and vanilla cream: Yotam Ottolenghi's recipes for rhubarb

Reliable rhubarb spans the ‘hungry gap’ with a tangy rhubarb and lime jam squashed into a cheese toastie, and a refreshing cold dessert soup topped with mint sugar and cream Whatever else is happening in the weather or the world, forced rhubarb is reliably, happily hot pink. Grown in warm barns, rather than facing the elements as field rhubarb does, forced rhubarb is tricked into an early harvest, which is why we get its pink fluorescence in the first three months of the year. The season ends ar...
Tags: Tea, Food, Cheese, Snacks, Vegetables, Bread, Side Dishes, Fruit, Main course, Dessert, Yotam Ottolenghi


How to eat: toast and jam

It is the simplest of comfort foods, but does the strawberry topping deserve its popularity? Which bread is best? And how should we punish those who get butter in the jar?Politically, it is said, Britain tolerates endless promises of jam tomorrow, never demanding jam today. But now the country has seized its own destiny – at least in the literal matter of jam.Rewind to 2019 and . Dying. In terminal decline. Jam was as cool as a tweeting a laugh-cry emoji about the state of Kings of Leon’s skinn...
Tags: Food, Snacks, Bread, Breakfast, Britain, Fruit, Leon, Jam


How to make pretzels – recipe | Felicity Cloake's Masterclass

Soft yet chewy, sweet yet bitter, this delicious Germanic bread is best enjoyed straight out of the ovenPretzel, bretzel, brezel or brezn: this Germanic bread has almost as many names as its homeland has sausages, but who cares what it’s called when it’s this delicious. Soft, yet satisfyingly chewy, with a sweet, burnished crust and a faint but delicious, bitter edge, frankly it’s a mystery why pretzels aren’t easier to find in this country. No matter – they’re best warm from the oven, anyway.Pr...
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Ghanaian fritters and Venezuelan corncakes: Yotam Ottolenghi's street food recipes

Let’s travel again (at least in our kitchens): to south America, for arepas stuffed with feta, chilli and avocado, and then to west Africa for deep-fried plantain fritters See here for part 1One of the many joys of street food is that you can move on from one country to another as soon as your tummy allows. Last week, we were in Mauritius and Brazil, snacking on jackfruit kati rolls and prawn pasties, and, having had seven days to digest those, I hope you’re all up for round two today. This time...
Tags: Food, Cheese, Snacks, Africa, America, Tomatoes, Bread, Side Dishes, Fruit, Brazil, Venezuela, Baking, Mauritius, Ghana, Yotam Ottolenghi, West African food and drink


Rotel Sausage Dip

Rotel Sausage Dip is always a hit at parties. It goes together in minutes and only takes three ingredients. If you are having a party you might also like this Buffalo Chicken Dip it is another crowd favorite. 3 Ingredients You’ll Need 1 pound sausage (Like Jimmy Dean- We personally love the sausage at Aldi) ... Read More about Rotel Sausage Dip The post Rotel Sausage Dip appeared first on Skip To My Lou.
Tags: Crafts, Snacks, Aldi, Appetizers, Recipes, Jimmy Dean, Buffalo Chicken Dip


I love these Coconut Keto Clusters

OMG — sweet and crunchy, these Coconut Keto Clusters are a favorite snacks, or dessert. I maintain a low carb diet and have pretty much since the introduction of 'Atkins.' Over the years I've learned it not only helps me regulate my weight, but my mood. — Read the rest
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Yotam Ottolenghi's comfort food recipes

Comfort food is all about memory and context, and for me that means spicy lamb macaroni, hummus with aubergine and boiled eggs, and a bowl of sweet tapiocaComfort food is mostly about two things: memories and context. So much of what we think of as comforting food are the meals we ate as kids – those warm bowls or plates that appeared, repeatedly and reassuringly, in front of us. As we get older, however, it’s more about context: about eating the right thing in the right place at the right time....
Tags: Meat, Food, Snacks, Eggs, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Pasta, Fruit, Main course, Middle Eastern food and drink, Dessert, Lamb, Yotam Ottolenghi


Buffalo Chicken Dip Recipe with the Perfect Heat

Buffalo Chicken Dip is one of my family’s all-time favorites.  I am constantly asked for the recipe, and when I am bringing a dish to share at different parties, this one is often requested!  Luckily it is super easy to make, so I never mind whipping it up for a party. If you love that ... Read More about Buffalo Chicken Dip Recipe with the Perfect Heat The post Buffalo Chicken Dip Recipe with the Perfect Heat appeared first on Skip To My Lou.
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Honey Mustard Pretzels

Honey mustard pretzels are lightly seasoned pretzels that make a great crunchy snack!  This snack is super easy to make and will jazz up the boring ole pretzel! Place them around your party space in little bowls for your guests to munch on. They really are perfect for movie nights and game days. Quick and easy ... Read More about Honey Mustard Pretzels The post Honey Mustard Pretzels appeared first on Skip To My Lou.
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From brownie bites to fish-finger sandwiches: five great snack ideas for home workers

Step away from your workspace and try these quick and tasty dishes – it’s the perfect way to rechargeHow many times in the working week do you take a proper break? Whether you work formally or not, and whatever your job, we all need downtime. We need to recharge and our brains really need to pause, and to be fed. Stopping work to do something absorbing, such as cookery, has been shown in studies to help us get more done with the rest of the day, and quicker, so you can get on with the rest of yo...
Tags: Food, Snacks, Eggs, Life and style, Sandwiches


9 Easy Snacks to Enjoy Your New Year's Eve at Home

New Year’s Eve is usually one of my favorite eves. I get to drink drinks, eat snacks, and dance with my friends, but this year is (obviously) different—no one should be partaking in that last activity (the dancing one), so I’m recommending that everyone go hard with the snacks. This may sound like I’m telling you to…Read more...
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9 Easy Snacks to Enjoy During Your New Year's Eve at Home

New Year’s Eve is usually one of my favorite eves. I get to drink drinks, eat snacks, and dance with my friends, but this year is (obviously) different—no one should be partaking in that last activity (the dancing one), so I’m recommending that everyone go hard with the snacks. This may sound like I’m telling you to…Read more...
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2,000-Year-Old Food Just Came Out of a Pompeii Snack Bar

Before its demise at the explosive hands of Mt. Vesuvius, Pompeii was a bustling town with a strong agricultural economy and an appetite to match. Painted scenes and archaeological remains have long hinted at the diets of its doomed residents. On Saturday, the Pompeii Archaeological Park announced the excavation of…Read more...
Tags: Food, Drinks, Science, Snacks, Pompeii, Pompeii Archaeological Park