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51 Reviews |  By Bergy

Here's a great, economical snack for those sports fans. It's quick & easy too

Recipe #11427

hot, sweet nuts that go down sweet and then pack the heat. You can use any chile powder you like, Cayenne for less heat, chipotle, habanero, etc...I like the extreme heat Bih Jolokia's lend to this recipe. You can use salted nuts, but then omit the additional salt below.

Recipe #509341

If you love popcorn with some sweetness than this recipe is for you! A light glaze tops the popcorn perfectly, making this treat a sweet and salty snack.

Recipe #230196

This is great as a snack, appetizer, dessert or quick breakfast.

Recipe #513672

Crisp, oven-baked apple chips with a hint of cinnamon-y sweetness offer a nutritious solution to children's snack time. Portable, delicious and allergen free, these "chips" make a great addition to any lunchbox or after-school snack. Encourage the little ones to help prepare their treat by measuring and sprinkling the cinnamon and sugar atop fresh sliced apples.

Recipe #418494

These are a favourite snack around here in the fall, and friends are always asking me to make them. I couldn't believe I couldn't find a recipe for them here. They're quick and easy, fairly healthy, and really take care of a sugar craving. I've always made them the same way, so if you find any good variations, let me know!

Recipe #98408

6 Reviews |  By K in LA

This is a recipe I found in Cook's Country magazine. If you like a little spice and something different - this is it! I make it every year and give it as Christmas gifts from my kitchen.

Recipe #342017

A deliciously different recipe for spiced nuts which I came across this afternoon in the current issue of the Australian magazine 'Woman's Day', and with my usual impatience just had to make this evening, with a few modifications - minus the chilli powder to meet our taste preferences - but I'd certainly make these complete with the chilli powder for friends, and have left the chilli powder in as an ingredient. In making these, I increased the garlic from 1 to 2 cloves, and I minced it rather than crushing it. I used cashews, macadamias and hazelnuts. Why, oh why do I keep buying all these magazines each week? Spot on if you guessed to check out their latest recipes! And it was worth buying this week's just to have found this recipe! These would be demolished very quickly if served with other appetisers and drinks, and they'd be a great addition to salads and stir-fries - if they lasted that long! :) Don't add salt - or add it sparingly - if your nuts are already salted.

Recipe #353594

From the popular Best of Bridge cookbook series. Easy and tasty, with ingredients everyone is likely to have on hand.

Recipe #205856

These are a great and healthy snack. This gets you started. After the first batch, play with spicing them up to suit your taste. Don't tell you kids they are good for them, just put them out and watch them disappear.

Recipe #453150

Crispy, yummy and family loves it

Recipe #194659

Take advantage of the season's white and sweet potatoes, beets, parsnips, and carrots. Slice them into paper thin rounds, toss with seasonings, and enjoy as a side dish or afterschool treat. Each serving is 20 chips. I found this recipe in Nick Jr. Family magazine. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting this for safe keeping.

Recipe #390466

A healthy, unique finger food that mixes sweet and salty flavors in one crunchy bite. The best part is you can tailor it to your liking!

Recipe #273982

Banana crackers.

Recipe #3381

Don't remember where I got this one. Better than other pretzel recipes I have tried.

Recipe #451976

If you love black pepper you will love this! If you wish, you may use less, to taste. Adapted from Rachael Ray's Big Orange Book cookbook. Enjoy!

Recipe #393561

These are from a PBS show, Pati's Mexican Table. What a great treat!

Recipe #460329

These are supposed to evoke the flavors of an Old-Fashioned (sugar, bitters, and bourbon, garnished with a maraschino cherry). Adapted from a recipe at Serious Eats.

Recipe #486153

8 Reviews |  By Allyoop

This is a Christmas favourite that my dad made.

Recipe #48977

3 Reviews |  By Brenda.

From Nirmala Narine, a sweet and spicy snack.

Recipe #211008

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