Quick and Easy Snacks
Our lives revolve around snacks, from healthy after school snacks for the kids, to travel snacks, to snacks at holiday time. Leave the temptation to pick up snacks at the supermarket with these great quick and easy snacks that you can have on hand. They're quick and easy to whip up whenever you need them.
It's a snack that will have you swimming in compliments. Fish-shape crackers and pretzel sticks are among the crunchy ingredients in this quick treat.
Dried strawberries and raspberries, pretzels, and pistachio nuts combine to make this good-for-you snack mix.
Here's little snack for the little eaters in your life. Top bear-shape graham cookies with yogurt and fresh berries for a healthy treat.
A big bowl of salty-sweet snack twists provides good munching during family movie night or whenever you're in the mood for a quick-and-easy treat.
Fast, flavorful, and fun describes this pretzel snack to serve sweetened or plain, with cheese or mustard. Working with refrigerated break sticks makes the shaping easy enough for kids to help.
Create little edible cabins to display and as snacks.
A snack cereal mix recipe can't strike out with just three ingredients. Just pour, toss, and munch!
When they're thinly sliced and topped with spices, fresh vegetables turn into the healthiest potato chip swap around.
These thin crepes are great for breakfast or even dessert. Fill them with peanut butter, jam, or cream cheese.
Let the kids mix together this easy snack mix. They can pack it in plastic bags and take it along on a family hike.
A melange of savory soy nuts, popcorn, and sweet-tart dried cranberries makes a tasty snack for a Christmas party or summer picnic.
If you have childhood memories of learning how to make rice crispy treats in the kitchen with your mom, you're not alone. Rice crispy treats date back to 1939 when Mildred Day, then an employee of the Kellogg's company, first concocted the delectable snacks for a bake sale to raise funds for the Campfire Girls. The recipe appeared on the Kellogg's Rice Krispies® box in 1941 and has been an American favorite ever since. These days, you can even buy them pre-packaged and ready to eat, but what fun would that be? Making rice crispy treats yourself is nearly as satisfying as eating them.