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Snacks

  • Recipe

    Lime Leaf Pico de Gallo

    Lime leaves have a strong citrus flavor, so a little goes a long way. Serve with an assortment of favorite chips like tortilla, taro, plantain, and potato.

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    Crêpes

    This basic crêpe is simple and delicious with a hint of vanilla that does justice to both sweet and savory fillings.

  • How-To

    Nacho Nirvana

    Whether served at a Super Bowl party or as a post-skiing snack, nachos are always a hit. And despite how easy they are to make, there is a huge gap…

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    Chicken Chili Nachos

    These are made with ground chicken, but you can also use shredded cooked chicken (from a rotisserie chicken, for instance). If doing the latter, add 2 cups shredded chicken to…

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    Pulled Pork Nachos with Tomatillo Salsa

    These nachos are a great destination for leftover pulled pork, or you can buy some.

  • How-To

    How to Make the Best Chocolate Bark

    An easy tempering technique and colorful toppings bursting with flavor make these treats perfect for gift-giving.

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    Roasted Parmesan-Pepper Chickpeas

    A great snack on their own, these savory, crisp chickpeas can also can add crunch to a salad or soup. They don’t stay as crisp once cooled, so they’re best…

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    Crunchy Ranch Chickpeas

    Satisfy your craving for chips and ranch dip with this healthy alternative. The roasted chickpeas don’t stay as crisp once cooled, so they’re best eaten warm.

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    Roasted Cinnamon-Sugar Chickpeas

    Looking for a sweet but healthy snack? These crunchy chickpeas fit the bill. They don’t stay as crisp once cooled, so they’re best eaten warm.

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    Roasted Chickpeas

    A great snack on their own, roasted chickpeas also can add crunch to a salad or soup. They don’t stay as crisp once cooled, so they’re best eaten warm.