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Warm Tomatoes with Fresh Mozzarella and Basil Recipe
There is nothing better than warm-from-the-garden summer tomatoes. For those of us that don't grow tomatoes, this easy recipe is a great way to replicate that warmth. . . . keep reading


Classic Strawberry Milkshake Recipe
Where did milkshakes go? Smoothies seem to have taken over. Don't get me wrong, I love smoothies. However, in the middle of summer I will take a classic strawberry milkshake over a strawberry smoothie any day. This recipe uses strawberry ice cream and fresh strawberries to yield a super-thick shake. . . . keep reading


Gluten-Free Onion Rings Recipe
Have you ever watched someone eat and thought, "Oh, Lord! Are they taking any time to chew or are they just inhaling the food?" Well, if you had witnessed me eating these onion rings, that thought might have crossed your mind. After one bite, I could not stop eating! The addition of baking powder in the recipe gives the onion rings a glorious crunch. . . . keep reading


Fruit Dip
I know, I know, most of our "snack" recipes can be made in less than 10 minutes. This recipe is no exception--sort of. To keep the fat and calories low, this recipe uses yogurt cheese. Yogurt cheese requires draining yogurt for 24 hours prior to use. However, it is so simple to do. Just follow the note below and drain the yogurt a day before you plan to make this dip. Honestly, this dip is worth the pre-planning. . . . keep reading


Brunswick Trail Mix Recipe
One day I toasted too many seeds while making a three-seed bread. Not wanting them to go to waste, I created this snack mix recipe. It was gone by the end of the day! If you crave a good-for-you snack, make up a batch of this mix. Not only is it quick to make, it lasts up to two weeks in an airtight container. Make up a batch on Sunday night and you will have enough to last all through the work (or school) week. . . . keep reading


Quick Cheddar Popcorn Recipe
Not wild about cheddar popcorn that is neon orange? Try this easy recipe! . . . keep reading


Winter Snack Mix Recipe
Looking for a quick, grab-on-the-go snack? Then my winter snack mix recipe is for you. I keep a bowl of this on the counter in the test kitchen. Don't feel limited by the recipe. The amounts are just suggestions, add whatever you love to make this your favorite snack mix. . . . keep reading


Really, Really, Really Easy Salsa Dip Recipe
This is one of those recipes that just doesn't look right. Two ingredients? Come on! But it really does work. I use thick and chunky salsa when making this dip, but any variety will work just fine. I'll admit it; this dip is rich. I serve it at parties and always use regular full-fat cream cheese. It's one of those rare indulgences. Yet, if you need to, reduced-fat cream cheese can be used, just be sure your brand is gluten-free. . . . keep reading


Hummus Recipe
Here is a confession. I have never eaten this recipe as written below. I am allergic to sesame seeds. Therefore, tahini is a no-no for me. I make this dip without the tahini and think it's divine. My tasters, however, out-voted me. "It needs the tahini!" "Tahini is included in the classical preparation of this dish." Are just two of the quotes from our tasting session. So, here is the dish, complete with tahini. If you are allergic to tahini, like I am, just leave it out of the recipe. But be aware, if you are ever at a party and hummus is being served, it will most likely contain tahini--so stay clear of the bowl. . . . keep reading


Fried Onion Recipe
These fried onions have a high munch factor. Luckily, this recipe easily doubles, or triples, ensuring you have enough for snacking and covering your casserole... . . . keep reading


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