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October 7, 2010. Uncategorized.

183 Comments

  1. Rachel K. replied:

    Puppy Chow

  2. JessicaMoore replied:

    summer sausage, crackers, and chedder cheese slices!!!
    or chocolate πŸ˜‰

  3. Kelly M replied:

    fruit

  4. Amy replied:

    Candy corn mixed with peanuts. Tastes like a payday candy bar. πŸ˜‰

  5. ashley replied:

    fruit or chocolate πŸ™‚

  6. Tori replied:

    hummous and pita!

    chick peas, tahini, lemon juice and olive oil all blended together = yummm!!!! Oh, I also love to add kalamata olives to the blend.

  7. Ashley Stanciel replied:

    Cashews, M&Ms, and dried cranberries tossed together in a “trail mix”

  8. Cristin replied:

    “puppy chow” chex mix with peanut butter, chocolate and powder sugar…yumm!

  9. Amanda O. replied:

    “Amanda’s Special Mix.” It changes almost every time I make it, but it usually involves peanuts, pretzels, chocolate chips/M&Ms, goldfish, etc.

  10. Ann replied:

    Not a recipe, but I love snacking on Reduced Fat Cheese-Its. They don’t taste as greesy at the regular ones. I could eat the whole bag in one sitting! I also love ice cream… who doesn’t?

  11. Brian Z replied:

    Anything with chocolate!

  12. Crystal replied:

    tomato basil wheat thins with cream cheese!

  13. Kate C replied:

    Snickerdoodless!!!

  14. Alyssa replied:

    graham crackers spread with Nutella!

  15. Lynda replied:

    100 cal bag of popcorn, i can’t believe it’s not butter spray and some flavor sprinkle like white cheddar or sour cream and onion! yum. low WW points, lots of fiber, filling and tastes delish!

  16. Lisa A replied:

    Monkey Munch or substitute your favorite animal in front of the munch part! πŸ˜‰
    * 9 cups Chex cereal (any variety)
    * 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
    * 1/2 cup peanut butter
    * 1/4 cup butter or 1/4 cup margarine
    * 1 teaspoon vanilla
    * 1 1/2 cups powdered sugar

    Directions:

    Prep Time: 5 mins

    Total Time: 20 mins

    1. 1 Put chex in a large bowl and put aside.
    2. 2 Place chocolate chips, peanut butter and butter into a quart-sized microwavable bowl.
    3. 3 Stir the ingredients together.
    4. 4 Microwave the mixture uncovered for a minute on “high.” Stir the mix again and continue to zap in thirty second intervals until it mixes smoothly.
    5. 5 Add the vanilla and stir.
    6. 6 Put combination into a 2-gallon, Ziploc freezer bag.
    7. 7 Add powdered sugar, seal the bag and shake until distributed.
    8. 8 Spread Monkey Munch out on wax paper to cool and dry.
    9. 9 Keep refrigerated in an airtight container for storage.

    Always a hit!! πŸ™‚

  17. Jamie replied:

    Nutella and marshmallow fluff on graham crackers…instant s’more!

  18. Melissa howse replied:

    Chex mix..the traditional version!

  19. Rachel replied:

    Dill Cheez-Its
    3/4 c. olive oil, 1 pkg dry ranch dip, 1 T. Dill weed, 1 T. garlic powder, 1/2 T. garlic salt, 2 boxes of Cheez-Its. Mix everything but crackers, stir well. Add crackers and stir. Yummm…

    • Rose replied:

      *drools*

    • JenniferA replied:

      My grandmother always made this recipe with plain goldfish. Mmmm

  20. Meg replied:

    Rice, avocado, and red pepper with soy sauce and a little sesame oil. Or is that a meal? lol

  21. Melissa Phinney replied:

    recipe? I just give her Plum Organics! Or crackers and cheese or Annie’s bunny grahm crackers

  22. Erin Rodriguez replied:

    I’m a guacamole fiend – mash up some avocados, tomatoes, garlic, onion, and lime juice. Dig in with blue corn chips. Feelin’ tropical? Instead of the onion, mix in some diced mango (you may or may not want to keep the garlic in on that one).

    Dang now I’m hungry, too!!!

  23. kristen replied:

    Grilled pita with hummus,feta cheese, tzatziki, tabouli, and olives…yummy!!

  24. Nikki replied:

    colby jack cheese and crackers

    Here’s a great sweet treat recipe as well… 123 cookies further down the page. I use 1 C choc chips.
    http://www.recipematcher.com/index.php/recipe/show/1-2-3-Cookies/

  25. Amber replied:

    mini dill pickles, straight out of the jar

  26. Sara L replied:

    peanut butter and honey graham crackers

  27. Tamara Sz replied:

    These cookies are one of my favorite fall snacks. I also add chocolate chips!

    http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Cranberry-Pumpkin-Cookies/Detail.aspx

  28. Noelle replied:

    More of a dessert, but I love making strawberry shortcake. Just slice the strawberries and put them in a bowl with regular sugar until the juices come out. Then serve over sponge or pound cake with whipped cream!

    Mmm!

  29. Jessica replied:

    chocolate mug cake

    http://rumbleinthekitchen.blogspot.com/2009/08/ultimate-fast-chocolate-fix.html

  30. Jessie H replied:

    Ants on a log: Celery, peanut butter and raisins. No, I’m not 5 but I still love my ants on a log πŸ˜‰

  31. Sally Clark replied:

    Apple brickle dip. Cream cheese, brown sugar, white sugar, vanilla, heath english toffee bits. yum!

  32. Joy replied:

    chocolate dipped fruit

  33. EERamos replied:

    Thin sliced salami layered with sharp chedder cheese on a ritz cracker…

  34. Dora B replied:

    Right now I’d like to have M&Ms, pretzels, peanuts and chex. Yummy mix.

  35. Megan replied:

    Monkey munch! Melt chocolate chips, butter and peanut butter. Pour into bag full of chex cereal, shake to coat cereal. Then spinkle with powder sugar. I always like mine cold from the fridge, yum!

  36. Amber replied:

    A slice of apple bread (Wegmans has a great one right now) with a slice of sharp cheddar melted on top. It’s like adult grilled cheese, but my toddler likes it and eats mine. πŸ˜‰

  37. Annelee Giese replied:

    Not really a “recipe” but it always works for my little – cheese and crackers. OR pretzels, craisins, and a few choc chips tossed in. πŸ˜‰

  38. lindsey Y replied:

    chicken enchilada dip!
    1 cup mayo
    1 bloock cream cheese
    1 large can chicken
    1 can chopped chilis
    1 cup shredded cheese

    mix, put in a dish nd bake at 350 till bubling

  39. bECCA replied:

    THE BEST
    Buttermilk Ranch Dressing
    Recipe by Our Best Bites

    *note that all spices/herbs listed below are dried. If substituting fresh, use the rules 1 part dry = 3 parts fresh.

    1C mayo
    2/3 C buttermilk
    1/4 t white vinegar
    1 t parsley
    1/8 t dill
    1/4 t garlic powder
    1/4 t onion powder
    1 1/2 t dried chives
    1/8 t black pepper
    1/4 t seasoned salt
    1/8 t dry mustard

    • bECCA replied:

      my finger accidentally hit the enter button >:|

      i was going to say the best ranch dressing recipe EVER! tastes just like the restaurants! and i’ll dip most anything into ranch, especially carrots & celery.

  40. Jannell replied:

    chips lol…so bad!

  41. Aimee replied:

    Cheese plate: cheese, olives, bread, nuts, fruit, spread, or whatever you like.

  42. adrian replied:

    I like tortilla chips with shredded pepper jack cheese, toasted in the toaster oven.
    Top after that with some cool sour cream, and yummy!!

  43. Liz E replied:

    Roasted Bell Peppers! They’ve been cheap at the farmers market lately and I love them! I know some folks slather them with olive oil and spices, but I like them plain. I just lightly grease a cookie sheet, cut a pepper into 4 pieces, and bake at 400 for about 25 minutes. I use tongs to flip them every 5 min so that they roast evenly and don’t burn πŸ™‚

  44. Jennifer replied:

    Its not really a recipe..it is already made you just add milk πŸ™‚ They are Chocolate Chip cookies! But I would LOVE to make them from Scratch!! They are soo good for a SNACK..ok gotta quit talking about it.. I am wanting one & they’re all gone 😦

  45. Brittany replied:

    Naan with pesto, sliced tomato, and either mozerella or feta. Bake it in the oven at 350 for 5-10 min. Deeeeelish!

  46. One Southern Girl replied:

    yogurt with REAL maple syrup… or frozen blueberries with coconut milk. Delicious!

  47. KaraD replied:

    Yum yum simple snickers!

  48. Chelsey replied:

    Multigrain bread spread with peanut butter and honey. Mmm.

  49. Tina replied:

    Spinach dip and club crackers! I use a package (1 lb) of frozen cut leaf spinach (thawed and drained) with one cup of mayo, 16 oz sour cream, and one package of knorr vegetable soup mix. Mix everything together and let sit in the refridgerator for about an hour or more.

  50. Emilie replied:

    Rice Krispie treats with half marshmallow, half peanut butter.

    Or Nachos, which depends on what toppings I get. I usually take tortilla chips, layer them on a baking sheet, top with cheese, black beans, salsa, and anything else I have that works. Then bake until melty.

  51. merritt replied:

    M&M kissed pretzels

    Place a Hershey kiss on a round or square pretzel (do this for about 400 pretzels because that’s how many you’ll want). Put in oven on 250 for 3 mins (or so – can’t remember exactly). Remove from oven. Push M&M into hershey to make it “stick” to pretzel. Put in freezer for 15 mins to help harden. Eat. Salt + Chocolate = Heaven.

  52. Brian replied:

    Homemade garden salsa and fresh chips!

  53. Miranda replied:

    Fruit dip (cream cheese and marshmallow creme) with apples, strawberries and grapes.

  54. Heather Moore replied:

    I love to melt semi sweet chocolate chips and dip crackers in it. YUMMMO

  55. Mollie replied:

    Twizzlers or doritos with cream cheese.

  56. Jennifer Hull replied:

    Can of tuna, celery, onion, mayo spread on crackers!

  57. Britiany T replied:

    β€œpuppy chow” chex mix with peanut butter, chocolate and powder sugar

  58. Emily B replied:

    I have a thing for dill pickles… my snack is usually either quartered giant dills, or olives. Sometimes cut up apple (and at my worst, the mini chocolate bars that are SUPPOSED to be for Hallowe’en trick or treaters!)

  59. Gretchen replied:

    Sesame rye crackers dipped in plain Greek yogurt. πŸ™‚

    (If I win, does it matter that I’m going camping without internet service ’til Sunday night?)

  60. Kara replied:

    Homemade salsa and chips. Tomatoes, onions, jalapenos, cilantro and salt is all you need.

  61. Leah R replied:

    I love putting some cheese and olives in a tortilla and throwing it on the frying pan for a minute or two…my sone loves it also!!

  62. Sarah replied:

    Melt some baking chocolate, and dip in almonds and pretzels… yum!

  63. Carla G replied:

    no recipe here! I go for things like chips, pickles, or ice cream. so not healthy.

  64. VirtualM replied:

    You want a recipe? Go over to allrecipes.com and search for ‘white chocolate gorp.’ It’s basically pretzels, cheerios, crispix, m&ms, and cashews with melted white chocolate. It’s to DIE for – I only make it once a year, at Christmas. Only a couple more months!

  65. cyndi a replied:

    peanut butter and crackers …

  66. Nicole replied:

    salsa, beans, and cheese! and organic corn chips
    or fresh dill and sourcream Love dip!

    like the nutella ideas as well

  67. JessicaC replied:

    Just about any variation of chocolate chip cookies

  68. j.h.mommy replied:

    carrots with humus

  69. Annie replied:

    Due to baby’s allergies, I’m on a serious Oreo kick. Otherwise, I’d say homemade chocolate chips.

  70. Tara H. replied:

    white chocolate dipped strawberries πŸ˜€

  71. Val replied:

    A jar of jelly and a jar of peanut butter–grab a spoon!

  72. jennifer p replied:

    Last year at this time I spent two weeks in Children’s Hospital of Philly with an extremely sick 8 month old…my comfort food was shop rite brand chocolate covered graham cookies and twizzlers. Munching while sitting in the dark surfing the net hoping she would sleep through the next check of her iv or the beeping of the antibiotics being pumped through her little body or the beeping of some monitor that was saying her stats had dropped. OH HOW I FEEL FOR YOU! God Bless!

  73. Liz replied:

    2 eggo waffles toasted, smeared with peanut butter, and sandwiched with strawberry slices in the middle!

    • Patti replied:

      Liz, I make that all the time for myself and the kids. It is the most awesome meal for breakfast! I add a litlte wheat germ inside too for soem crunch.

  74. mamamattersdoula replied:

    Ice cream. hands down.

  75. April replied:

    I like plain quinoa seasoned with a little salt and a side of apple. It’s not much of a recipe, but I’m not much of a cook.

  76. mrstrophywife replied:

    Roasted chickpeas! Just toss them in a tad bit of garlic, some olive oil, salt and pepper. Bake on 350 degrees until slightly golden. YUM!

    mrs.trophywife@ymail.com

  77. Patti replied:

    apples and peanut butter. mmmm

  78. Heather Hudson-Alouf replied:

    Cheese ball

    one package of cream cheese softened
    one can of deviled ham
    tsp of mustard
    about 1/4 cup finely shredded cheese (whichever you like) to add to the mixture and then another bit to roll it in.

    Mix it all together and form into a ball. Stick it in the fridge for a few hours and serve with crackers and veggies!

  79. cynthia replied:

    Sourdough peabut butter toast.

  80. Heather S. replied:

    Scotcheroos! Rice crispies mixed into melted sugar, karo syrup and peanut butter, topped with a butterscotch and chocolate chips goodness!

  81. Kristin M. replied:

    Dump Cake!

    mix 1 large can of crushed pineapple (including juices) with 1 large can of cherry pie filling in a 9×13 pyrex. dump 1 box of dry yellow cake mix on top and smooth it out. cut up 1.5 sticks of butter into pats and dot all over cake mix. Bake at 350* for 45ish minutes. Serve warm with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. SO YUMMY! It tastes like cobbler. You can experiment with other fruits too.

  82. Danielle Anaya replied:

    veggies and dip. Any of the dip mixes from WildTree

  83. Michele replied:

    Ryvita Crispbread, bean sprouts, cheddar cheese, tomato, and a few spinach leaves

  84. allison replied:

    apple slices & sunbutter. yum

  85. Jennifer L replied:

    Any fruit!! …..or cheese and crackers. Mmmm, now I’m hungry!

  86. Lindsey replied:

    A LARGE SNACK πŸ™‚

    Taffy Apple Pizza
    Bake a large Peanut Butter cookie (in a aluminum disposable pizza pan.) Mix together Cream Cheese, 1/4 cup peanut butter, vanilla, 1/2 cup brown sugar. Spread on cooled cookie. Drizzle with caramel syrup, sprinkle with chopped peanuts and cut up Granny Smith apple slices! DELISH!

    • VirtualM replied:

      That sounds SOOOOO good. But I’m also getting really hungry reading these! πŸ™‚

  87. Aubrey G replied:

    Microwave some chocolate chips and peanut butter, then just dip whatever you want in it! Especially good on bananas and graham crackers!

  88. Adrian B replied:

    I love me some guacamole!!! Mash up some avacados, mix in tomatoes, onion, garlic, cilantro, and salt. Squeeze fresh lime on top! Yumm! (Now I’m hungry!)

  89. Carlee H replied:

    King’s Hawaiian bread (yes, like the kind they use for communion… :P) and spinach dip. YUM!

  90. kathleen replied:

    apples + peanut butter!

  91. Caitlin replied:

    Toasted bagel with Nutella hazelnut spread with banana slices on top.

  92. Katie Whitaker replied:

    Pico de gallo style guacamole, super simple and yummy! Just chop up red pepper, green pepper, jalapeΓ±o, onion, tomato, cilantro and a whole bunch of avacados. Add a little oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper to taste. Amazing!

  93. tyler replied:

    special k bars.

  94. Amanda replied:

    freshly popped popcorn!

  95. JenniferA replied:

    Puppy chow/white trash.. Ive heard several different names for it.

    I hope your little guy gets better soon.

  96. Jen replied:

    mmmm…snacks…We like apples and peanut butter and this awesome locally made salsa and Mission tortilla chips..not so much a recipe…

  97. Jodi replied:

    These are some great ideas! I like to snack on:
    Wheat Thins and hummus
    chips and mango salsa
    Chex Mix (especially the Muddy mix)

    My teenage daughter likes:
    apples dipped in peanut butter or ranch dressing
    frozen peas
    tortilla chips and sour cream

  98. Michelle replied:

    triscuits or peanuts.. not the real ones.. the candy ones!!!!! I try so hard not toooo..!!
    pederson12345@yahoo.com

  99. Peter replied:

    Peanut butter Ritz crakers

  100. Beth replied:

    Homemade sweet potato fries with sweet or spicy seasonings. I just slice up some potatoes, kinda thick, coat in olive oil and salt and pepper and bake at 350 for about 15 min. I usually broil for a min at the end to make crispy. Toss in any spice blend after baking. I prefer an asian spice blend and then anything spicy to add some heat.

  101. Lindsay K. replied:

    chex mix with peanut butter, chocolate and powder sugar — aka “puppy chow” so yummy

  102. Christine replied:

    Chips and salsa

  103. Tracy replied:

    Roasted red pepper hummus with sun dried tomato wheat thins.

  104. Kate F replied:

    homemade granola bars!

  105. Claire R replied:

    Lately, I’ve been obsessed with hummus…with crackers, pitas, some sort of new “thin” bagel (???). Hubby brought some hummus home from work the other day and it’s YUMMY! πŸ™‚

  106. Leslie Twining replied:

    I have to second someone’s guacamole idea. I love it. Two avacados, one lime, 1/2 a jalapeno, little bit of diced onion, plenty of cilantro. Then use those flat pretzel chips for a dipper πŸ™‚

  107. Cyndi replied:

    microwave popcorn with sour patch kids. mmmm

    cyndi_steinke at hotmail dot com

  108. magslove replied:

    1 container of salsa, diced red onions, can of drained black beans, 1tsp sugar, container of feta, can of shoepeg corn. Mix all together and eat with fritos scoops. My other fav is buffalo chicken dip but don’t have that recipe.

  109. Stephanie replied:

    Rice crispy treats, just in time for the holidays!

  110. Lisa B replied:

    hummus with everything bagel crisps!

  111. Christy replied:

    I just posted a super easy way to make homemade popcorn here – http://onelittlewordsheknew.blogspot.com/2010/10/homemade-popcorn.html

  112. Amelia La Casse replied:

    WOW! I sure am getting hungry reading all of the comments. My favorite is creamy peanut butter. All by itself OR on just about anything — apples might be my favorite choice though. Yummy!

  113. Jessica Rabbitt replied:

    I love the caramel chex mix recipe on the back of the chocolate chex mix box!

  114. Ellie replied:

    Red seedless grapes and a sharp cheddar cheese stick…pop a grape in your mouth and then take a bite of the cheese stick. I just ate this and it’s my favorite healthy snack.

  115. Carrie replied:

    a handful of chocolate chips and a graham cracker!

  116. Linnea replied:

    Seasoned Pretzels

    36-40oz. Pretzels (any size/shape) (I use two 1lb. bags)
    1 bottle Butter Popcorn Oil
    1 envelope Powder Ranch Dressing
    1 T. Dill Weed
    1 tsp. Garlic Powder (Optional) (I’ve never used this)

    Put pretzels in an air tight container (I use two gallon ziplock bags). Mix all other ingredients together well and pour over pretzels. Gently shake. Flip container up and down every few hours for 24-36 hours and keep in freezer until done flipping. I’ve found that they fit well in two old ice cream buckets!

  117. Andrea replied:

    trail mix combo of some nuts, craisens, m&m’s/chocolate chips & sometimes pretzel sticks

    nutella spread on a graham cracker

  118. allison replied:

    New smores goldfish

  119. Nicole LeBlanc replied:

    This is so hard since I love snacks!

    My top three:
    Ice cream, oreos dipped in milk, and fruit!

  120. stephanie replied:

    I’m a big fan of the Whole Foods brand organic animal cookies, even better, when those little animals take a swim in the Nutella πŸ˜‰

  121. Katherine replied:

    Hummas and pita chips!

    We also love this dip with tortilla chips:
    (layer the following in this order in a square baking dish and heat in microwave or oven)
    softened cream cheese
    refried black beans
    salsa
    shredded cheese

  122. stephanie replied:

    I’m a big fan of Whole Foods organic animal cookies, even better when they take a swim in the Nutella πŸ˜‰

  123. Hanan replied:

    apples and cheese OR
    apples and peanut butter
    yum!

  124. Rachel S. replied:

    Wheat bagel with cream cheese and turkey slices. :9

  125. Kayla replied:

    My favorite snack is a PB&J with milk. My husband says a sandwich is a meal, not a snack, but nursing makes you hungry!

  126. Lenore replied:

    After reading the above posts…puppy chow is what I’m in the mood for!

  127. Tiffany replied:

    Ben & Jerry’s Phish Food Ice Cream

    Directions:
    Grab spoon. Go to freezer. Remove pint. Take off lid. Put spoon into ice cream and then put into mouth. Enjoy. Don’t bother putting back into freezer. Just finish the entire pint.

  128. SaraB replied:

    banana and peanut butter- yummy!

  129. Alisha S replied:

    Definitely hummus and pita chips. I rarely buy them anymore because I can’t stop eating.

  130. Rebecca replied:

    Two current favorites:

    1) Mashed up avocado with a little bit of black bean salsa mixed in, served with Archer Farm’s organic tortilla chips

    2) Baked pears with walnuts (Cut pears in half, scoop out their cores, sprinkle with cinnamon and walnuts, put the pear halves back together as if they’re whole, and bake at 400 degrees for half an hour or so)

  131. Allyson replied:

    for this time of year, I can’t stop eating candy corn and peanuts … but usually I like to make my own homemade pretzil m&m’s so they aren’t loaded in crappy ingredients… melt dark choc and then take corn syrup-free pretzils (aka Synders) and dip them, put them in the freezer till hard! Yum!!

  132. Krista replied:

    I love anything sweet. My favorite this summer was Blueberry Zucchini Bread (or muffins). Here’s the link to the recipe: http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Blueberry-Zucchini-Bread/Detail.aspx
    Plus I made a crumb topping that made it even better: 2/3 cup flour, 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1/2 cup white sugar 1 tsp cinnamon, and 1 stick softened butter-mix together and sprinkle on batter before baking)

  133. Sarah G replied:

    I like Trash – I haven’t made it in awhile, but it’s addicting and yummy!

  134. Heather A. replied:

    My night time snack is a butter, sugar, cinnamon. Spread butter on a flour tortilla, sprinkle it with sugar and cinnamon, microwave to melt the butter, roll it up and eat it! So good and quick.

  135. Cassandra replied:

    I’m a fruit and veggie kind of gal.

  136. Maria replied:

    I jsut finished eating pupy chow and now I feel sick. :-p

  137. Kristina replied:

    Oreo’s dunked in milk…not really a recipe but delish non the less!
    kristina@thecoffeycan . com

  138. Pamela replied:

    Club cracker with Laughing Cow cheese topped with a slice of apple. Great, now I’m hungry!

  139. Kaitlin replied:

    salami & laughing cow cheese wedge!

  140. Jessica Lister replied:

    I love the new granola thins by nature valley!! Dark chocolate ones are my fave!

  141. AlingaB replied:

    nachos or fluffernutter sandwich!

  142. Heidi K replied:

    Whole Wheat Honey Graham Crackers

    2 ΒΌ cups whole wheat flour
    Β½ cup sucanat (or brown sugar)
    1 t. baking powder
    Β½ t. baking soda
    Β½ t. salt
    ΒΌ t. cinnamon
    4 T. honey
    ΒΌ c. water
    1 t. vanilla
    1 stick butter, melted

    1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
    2. Melt stick of butter in a pan on the stove. Set aside.
    3. In a mixing bowl, stir together the flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, salt and cinnamon.
    4. Add the liquids: honey, water, vanilla and melted butter.
    5. Stir well until a nice ball of dough is formed.
    6. Cut two pieces of Parchment paper the size of the cookie sheet.
    7. Lay one piece of parchment paper on the cookie sheet.
    8. Place the ball of dough on the parchment paper.
    9. Lay the other piece of parchment paper on top of the ball of dough. Squish dough down a little with your fist.
    10. Use the rolling pin to roll the dough between the pieces of parchment paper. Roll until the dough covers the whole cookie sheet.
    11. Remove the top piece of parchment paper. Cut rolled dough into 2 inch squares, or cut shapes with cookie cutters, being sure to separate the shapes from the surrounding dough a little.
    12. Bake in oven for 18 minutes.
    13. Turn oven off, but leave crackers in the oven to get crisp.
    14. Remove from oven after 30 minutes to one hour. Break graham crackers apart.
    15. Store in a air tight container.

    So yummy!

    Got recipe from this link: http://heavenlyhomemakers.com/healthy-treat-for-today-homemade-whole-wheat-graham-crackers

  143. Lisa replied:

    Chili Cheese Dip

    velveeta cheese
    canned chili – no beans
    diced canned green chilies

    Heat and mix thoroughly.

    So yummy!

  144. Michelle replied:

    crackers and gouda cheese

  145. erin replied:

    a corn tortilla filled with melted goat cheese, sauteed veggies and sun dried tomatoes. yum!!!

  146. rebecca huss replied:

    simple. grilled chicken with whatever seasonings I’m in the mood for πŸ™‚

  147. Sal replied:

    my wife makes this amazing black bean hummus.

    lime juice, garlic, a can of black beans, and cilantro. Put it all in the blender or food processor and its done! She bakes corn tortillas in the oven until crispy. SO GOOD!!!

  148. Nina replied:

    chips and hummus

  149. Becky replied:

    Goat cheese, my husband’s homemade pesto with ingredients from our garden and tomato on warm bread….mmmmmm

  150. Ryan replied:

    I don’t cook, but I like to snack on ice cream… afterall, I am a Schwans man πŸ™‚

  151. Madeline replied:

    Golden Grahams cereal out of the box, no milk!

  152. Jodi replied:

    Chips and salsa!

  153. Sarah replied:

    meat, cheese and crackers

  154. Jennifer replied:

    I’ve got a non-healthy one for you: Alton Brown’s chewy cookie recipe. You can google it. And you can pre-form and then freeze. Pop the little cookies onto a tray and voila! Fresh cookies any time you want them πŸ™‚

    Healthy: a can of white beans, a bit of olive oil and oven roasted garlic. Puree together and you’ve got the best dip EVER! And it’s good for you.

  155. Gina Marie replied:

    “mexican pizza”

    Tortilla
    shredded cheese
    chopped tomatoes
    red peppers
    corn
    onion
    (other veggies or meat if I have it)
    saute the onion, then corn & rest of veggies together.
    remove veggies, place the tortilla in the pan & melt cheese and place veggies on top, voila!

  156. Maria Bacon replied:

    rootbeer float!

  157. Rachel K replied:

    brownies with caramel, yum yum yum!!!

  158. Jillian replied:

    fuji apple and a jar of peanut butter

  159. jessica r replied:

    now I’m hungry! apple and peanut butter-as tasty as a caramel apple but way better for ya!

  160. jessie mcLouth replied:

    PB&J

  161. Erin replied:

    An apple and a jar of peanut butter for me!

  162. Catharine Bushman replied:

    This is totally not healthy… but puppy chow!
    http://www.momswhothink.com/easy-recipes/puppy-chow-recipe.html

  163. Jen S replied:

    Lately I’ve been making egg sandwiches a lot…

  164. Elisha replied:

    Mmmmmmm….. a nice crisp apple (Sun Crisp or Honey Crisp are my current favorites) dipped either in honey or a caramel dip.

  165. Nicole replied:

    Cornflake crispies
    i don’t measure so here is how it goes…
    one stick butter, melt in a pot
    add one bag marsh mellows and stir until melted.
    add cornflakes cereal (any brand)until desired texture. i like mine gooey so i add less cornflakes.

  166. Naomi Rozak (was Curlett) replied:

    Okay, I LOVE snacks… but peanut butter spread on banana sliced lengthwise really hits the spot for me.

  167. Laura replied:

    pretzel + rolo + pecan half.

    Place pretzels on a cookie sheet with one rolo on the center. Place in a 350 oven for jsut a few minutes (until you see the chocolate has started to melt). Remove from oven and press a pecan half on the melted rolo. Allow them to cool then eat. them. all. πŸ™‚

  168. Kelly replied:

    Bagel spread with cream cheese, topped with a tomato slice, salt, and pepper

  169. Emily G replied:

    Millionaire’s Shortbread – it’s like homemade Twix bars. Delicious, but absolutely horrible for you!

  170. Diaper Dad replied:

    Cream cheese, cheddar cheese and salsa. Nuke for a minute or 2 for quick dip!

  171. Rachel S replied:

    Almond biscottis.

  172. Carrie (DangerousCrayon) replied:

    Microwave smores πŸ™‚ marshmallow, chocolate and graham cracker – put on a plate, keep the top piece of graham handy, and nuke it for 5-10 seconds (Start small! they can explode gooey mess everywhere!) take it out, pop on the top piece and enjoy!

  173. Liliana Montemayor replied:

    A tuna melt sandwitch and ice cream ;=]

  174. carly replied:

    avacado and salsa mixed together with chips yum

  175. Corrie Kolbe replied:

    Cheese ball and Crackers

    8 oz. block of cream cheese
    cup (ish) of grated cheddar cheese
    some minced onion (to taste)

    Soften the cream cheese, then mix all the ingredients together. Form into ball. (Duh.) It’s better if it chills a bit for the flavors to meld, but it’s great either way!

  176. Elizabeth Kolek replied:

    ahhh Friendship bread!! Just got my starter 15 days ago–and I think I will be making bread until I gain all my baby weight back! haha

  177. Kimberlie replied:

    If I’m in ht mood for salty, I go with Stacy’s Pita chips and spinach dip (the recipe is on the back of the seasoning packets). For a sweet snack, a homemade sundae of ice cream topped with chocolate, caramel, and chopped peanuts.

  178. Lisanne replied:

    I love air popped popcorn for a snack. With real butter.

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