Sea Salt Honey Butter Popcorn

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You don’t need a movie to dive into this buttery bucket of popcorn. Just hit play on your stove and watch those golden kernels do their thing. Each morsel of this sweet and savory popcorn is slathered in honey, butter, and flaky sea salt. Read on to add this satisfying snack to your list of must-have munchies.

No-Bake Chocolate Energy Balls for Snacking

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While convenient, most store-bought granola bars are essentially candy bars in disguise. These no-bake chocolate energy balls are a nutritious alternative, as they’re naturally sweetened and packed full of fiber, healthy fats, and protein. Read more now to get the full recipe, plus tips for building a healthy snack.

Caramel Coated Popcorn Is the Ultimate Salty-Sweet Treat

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Easy caramel coated popcorn is a family favorite that everyone will be gobbling down as soon as it is cool enough to touch. It’s crunchy and chewy, making it an addictive treat that you can make ahead in a big batch. And it also makes an excellent party favor, or snack for a movie night at home. Get the recipe now.

Garlic and Fresh Herb Roasted Olives

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Need an appetizer you can make fast when company is on the way? Warm, roasted olives with garlic and herbs are dressed to impress as a savory dish for any gathering. Use an assortment of your favorite olives and fresh herbs, and serve them alongside bread, crackers, cheese, and charcuterie. Get the easy recipe now.

Healthy Snacking Just Got Easier with Homemade Chocolate Date and Nut Bars

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Looking for a healthy snack? Made with just a few simple ingredients, these chocolate date and nut bars taste like a brownie that’s actually good for you. Filled with healthy fats and free of added sugars, skip the store bought bars and see how easy it is to make your own at home! Get the recipe now.

Soft and Chewy Pumpkin Granola Bars

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These aren’t your average granola bars. Soft like a baked good, but with the hearty texture and ease of a snack bar, you’re going to be making these healthier chewy pumpkin granola bars all year long! Kid-friendly and gluten-free, they’re the perfect snack or light breakfast. Read more now to get the recipe.

Homemade Pizza Pockets Will Win Everyone Over

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Homemade pizza pockets have never been more mouthwateringly tasty, and you can customize these in any way you want. Filled with your favorite toppings, these snacks are so easy to make. And they can easily be stored in your freezer for whenever the mood strikes to enjoy a hot and tasty snack. Get the recipe now.

Harvest Spice Breakfast Cookies for the Ultimate Cozy Start to Your Day

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Packed with warm fall flavors and studded with juicy bites of diced pear, these harvest spice breakfast cookies are kid-friendly and perfect those in need of a quick, on-the-go breakfast option. Made ahead of time and easily frozen, there’s no excuse for missing a nutritious start to your day. Get the recipe now.

Bring the Tradition of Grilled Chicken Yakitori to Your Own Home

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This grilled chicken yakitori is a fantastic way to bring a savory Japanese tradition into your own home. The recipe is simple – marinate the chicken in an easy sauce, grill, and then devour. The skewered poultry is juicy and flavorful, making for a fun weeknight meal or appetizer for your next party. Read more now.

Skip the Freezer Aisle and Make Your Own Ham & Cheese Pockets

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Why make a trip to the freezer aisle when you can make your own ham and cheese pockets right in your kitchen? You can serve these fresh out of the oven, or freeze them and reheat as the craving strikes. They are ideal for breakfast, lunch, or late-night cravings. It’s the ideal copycat recipe. Read more now.

Easy Homemade Chunky Applesauce

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Forget air fresheners. Fill your home with the aroma of juicy, slow-simmered apples infused with earthy cinnamon and cloves. In this recipe, the fruit is stewed with warming spices over low heat and then delicately mashed. Keep reading to add this chunky, rustic applesauce to your list of sweet, simple sides.

Rainbow Guacamole with Beets and Apples

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You’ve never had guacamole like this. Picture creamy avocado mixed with sweet, roasted beets and a sharp crunch of apple, scooped up with a salty, homemade tortilla chip. It’s so addictive and perfect for entertaining. Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of family favorites.