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    I've been looking for healthy snacks that I can modify for allergy needs.
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    From an old WDFF cookbook...

    Recipe #90125

    Nothing sweet or innocent about this party snack. They're insidiously addictive, with a salty-spicy-toasty flavor. Try this recipe with cashews only... yummmmmmm! And have plenty of refreshing cold drinks on hand.

    Recipe #101438

    I love the peppy-salty seasoning on this wonderful snack or party nibble, and I was pleasantly surprised to find that fried cashews are not greasy at all. I don't know if this is authentic to the recipe, but I also like to let the finished nuts cool just a bit then toss them in a bag with some garlic salt before serving.

    Recipe #107910

    Served at the end of a Cuban - Christmas Meal (Noche Buena). This is a type of nougat that came originally from Spain. In Cuba and now in Miami it is served throughout the Christmas holdays.

    Recipe #144049

    These bars are packed with fruits and nuts and oats-granola to go! From Food & Wine Magazine(Oct. 2005).

    Recipe #144536

    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Figs, dates, pomegranates and grapes were the only fruits that could be grown in the hot climate. From: Ancient Egyptian Food and Drink. This recipe was from 1600BC and was found on an ostraca. *NOTE* There are no times given but I'm thinking it would go pretty quickly with the food processor.

    Recipe #229292

    This recipe came from recipegoldmine.com/ccS/s27.html I have been looking for this recipe for years and finally found it, so thought I'd post it for others to enjoy.

    Recipe #106586

    Mmm.. Karioka is such a simple and portable snack. It's sweet&crunchy on the outside, chewy on the inside, and yummy! This is kind of like kushi-dango, but with coconut. Makes ALOT of balls.

    Recipe #146225

    This is a variation on my Recipe #487220. Came up with this in order to use up some extra dried fruit and to make sure my trays this year looked a little different from prior offerings.

    Recipe #201270

    This is a base recipe that is full of nutrient rich ingredients but yet is not overly sweet. The result is a chewy, almost cake-like granola bar though not at all similar to any that you would find in the supermarket. This recipe is pretty flexible so don't hesitate to modify to suit your tastes. For a vegan version, replace the honey with maple syrup. And, try some of the suggested additions. (Updated March 2008)

    Recipe #157808

    Chewy granola, tasty and delicious!

    Recipe #207417

    A yummy Middle Eastern recipe from Good Deal with Dave Lieberman! A great healthy snack.

    Recipe #186127

    Easy to throw together if you'll be needing a quick, energizing snack. Lots of health benefits from the fruit and nuts, and it tastes great too!

    Recipe #106886

    This comes from a Dorothy Carroll. I'd like to make them for my diabetic daughter for her snacks. One thing I'd try different would to be to prick with the fork after rolling out, before cutting. Try both ways and let me know which you think is easier.

    Recipe #59254

    These take only minutes to prepare on your food processor, better make a ton of these buttery thin crackers, I assure you they won't even make it to the freezer lol! The dough can be frozen the wrapped tightly in plastic wrap then in foil and frozen for up to 3 months. The garlic powder is optional, if you are a garlic-lover then add it in!

    Recipe #195136

    3 Reviews |  By Manami

    A thin low-fat crisp cracker-like bread that you break into pieces to eat. Flax seed is available in the health food section of the supermarket. Found this on landolakes web site and am posting this as a favor to my friend, Mary. Here's to you! Haven't made this as yet.

    Recipe #152268

    Another quick bread cracker my Mom would serve with soups or stews. You could use a rye flour or combination of rye flour and rolled oats for variety.

    Recipe #81855

    2 Reviews |  By MsPia

    From a Kikkoman booklet. I haven't make them yet, but the picture on the booklet looks great, next to a clear Japanese soup.

    Recipe #228896

    Makes an excellent accompaniment to hummus or other spread. I just discovered that I love dipping them into garlic/onion flavored cream cheese. I also love them with soups. Sesame oil gives these crackers a strong, nutty taste. If you want a milder cracker, substitute shortening for some of the oil. Yield 6 dozen crackers. (From King Arthur Flour's Baking Companion)

    Recipe #89839

    1 Reviews |  By Olha

    These crisp, grainy crackers taste great with cheese spread or mushroom pate.

    Recipe #85484

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