Kitchenability Blog - Snack Recipes

09.02.2016

Quick Snacks: Cream Cheese Dip for Apples

With school back in session and fall quickly approaching, I’ve been in an apple-snacking mood. One of my favorite ways to eat apples is to slice them up and dip them into this sweet and tangy cream cheese dip—a recipe my husband’s mom used to make and serve quite often when he was growing up. It’s a quick and hearty snack that you can make in […]

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08.31.2016

College Snacks: “Nutty Mix” Trail Mix Recipe

Did you know today is National Trail Mix Day? I love to assemble different varieties of trail mix for easy and healthy grab-and-go snacks. I buy different nuts and treats and create different mixes to keep things interesting. One of my favorite mixes, which you can find in Kitchenability 101: The College Student’s Guide to Easy, Healthy and Delicious Food, has been dubbed “Nutty Mix.” […]

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08.29.2016

Toaster Oven Recipe: Mini Veggie English Muffin Pizzas

My mini English muffin pizzas make fun, quick after-school snacks for the kiddos, as well as tasty, grab-and-go bites for the busy college student or worker bee. They’re especially easy to make if you have a toaster oven. Just slice the English muffins in half, throw on some toppings of your choice and toss them in the toaster.

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05.20.2016

How to Clean and Cook an Artichoke

In the how-to video below, I demonstrate how to clean an artichoke. I know this vegetable can sometimes seem like a difficult one to approach, so hopefully my video will help eliminate some of the artichoke apprehension and get you steaming and enjoying one of my favorite veggies! Once it’s cleaned and all ready to go, I didn’t want to leave you hanging without any […]

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04.25.2016

Easy Creamy Hummus Dip Recipe

Hummus is a great, quick, protein-packed snack. It’s easy to whip up in advance in your food processor or blender and then store for quick, portable snacks to chomp on the go. I like to dip cut-up, raw veggies like carrots and celery in mine, or you can scoop it up in some pita bread.

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