Category Archives: Snacks

Honey Carmel Corn with Roasted Almonds

In minutes you can healthfully satisfy a sweet tooth with this no-fuss recipe. 1 cup honey or maple syrup (or a combination) 4 quarts popped corn, unsalted 1 cup roasted almonds In a medium saucepan over medium-high heat, bring honey to a boil. Lower heat and simmer, without stirring, until mixture reaches 270 degrees Fahrenheit… Continue Reading

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  1. Love this! I’ve always enjoyed making carmel corn with the kids at the holidays and wanted to find a substitute for the brown sugar and corn syrup. This is perfect — can’t wait to try it!

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Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Here’s a healthy and tasty snack that’s effortless to make and—as a bonus—it’s a time proven kitchen remedy for parasites. Take the seeds from a pumpkin or any winter squash, spread them on a baking sheet, season to taste and bake in the oven or toaster oven until golden. How easy! Fresh roasted pumpkin seeds… Continue Reading

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Energy Bar

Here’s a delicious power bar that really gives energy. The eggs and nuts make it protein rich and the other quality ingredients provide flavor, nutrients and satisfaction. Makes eight, 3 1/2 x 1 1/2-inch bars 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, plus more for greasing the pan 1 cup raisins 1/4 cup apple juice, milk or water… Continue Reading

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  1. Wondering if these would keep longer frozen? I’m thinking of wrapping them individually and sealing them all in a large zippered freezer bag for quick on-the-go breakfast, lunch addition or snack during school and sport seasons.

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Honey-Candied Ginger

Medicine never tasted so good. The popular Asian after-dinner nibble, crystallized ginger, is an effective digestive aid.  It is, however, more sugary than many of us would prefer. Here’s my solution. Although it is not a quick recipe, it’s decidedly one of my most successful recipes judged by how many people taste it, ask for… Continue Reading

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  1. Could you please tell me how to scrape the skin off of ginger using the back of a spoon? I’ve never heard of it. Thanks; this recipe sounds wonderful!

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