Kitchenability Blog - Snack Recipes

05.16.2014

How to Make Ice Pops: Frozen Smoothie Popsicles

The warm summer months are fast approaching, which means ice pop season is fast approaching. Nothing quite hits the spot on a hot summer day like a cool, refreshing ice pop. It’s probably partially related to summertime childhood nostalgia, and having a freezer-full of Popsicles and Otter Pops on hand at all times. But, instead of buying the sugar-filled, brand-name pops, I now like to […]

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05.07.2014

Simple Mango and Black Bean Salsa Recipe

Since May is National Salsa Month, my fiance and I decided to play around in the kitchen and concoct what turned out to be an oh-so-simple and oh-so-good salsa recipe, featuring mango, black beans, tomatoes, corn, jalapeños and more. Grab some tortilla chips and some friends and dig in!

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08.02.2013

College Cooking: Rice Cooker Pasta, Waffle Sandwich & Hummus Recipe

I filmed another segment for The Hampton Roads Show this week. And as you can see in the photo above, I had a lot of fun serving my hummus to the show’s co-host Chris Reckling. Ha! This time on the show, I made my Banana Cinnamon Waffles from Kitchenability 101, my Mediterranean Pasta (which can be made in a rice cooker!) and my Easy Hummus […]

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03.18.2013

Oatmeal Cranberry Cookie Recipe

Happy Monday, everyone! I hope your week is starting off sweet. It should be, because it’s National Oatmeal Cookie Day! In honor of this very special, once-a-year occasion, I thought I’d share my remix of the traditional oatmeal raisin cookie: my Oatmeal Cranberry Cookie recipe! These are excellent to make the night before a study session, when you know you will have a large group […]

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03.12.2013

Superfood Snacks: Kale Chips Recipe

Kale is a superfood that resides in the collards, Brussels sprouts, and collards family. Kale can be a bit intimidating to the uninitiated, but it’s time to familiarize yourself with this amazing veggie, because it’s seriously good for you. One cup of this green goodness holds over 100% of your daily value of A, C and K vitamins. It is also packed with many antioxidants.

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