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    Too late for lunch but too early for dinner? Dive into a schnack! Wear a helmet. It's the law.
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    A savory snack perfect with icy-cold beer.

    Recipe #65678

    I'm positive these pretzels are the reason my wandering family even comes to our reunion! Every year I'm asked to make extra-so someone can take some home. A simple, addictive recipe.

    Recipe #239413

    I made these for Christmas 2005 with my daughter. She enjoyed making and eating them. The plate was empty in a few minutes. This recipe came from a little book called 'Bites' by The Australian Women's Weekly - Creative food

    Recipe #184466

    I love these as a snack or with a meal! They make great appetizers, too!

    Recipe #130299

    A lighter take on Idgie and Ruth's favorite dish...

    Recipe #147656

    Not only are these crisp snacks low in fat and salt, they also offer quite a change from the usual snack fare.

    Recipe #214127

    2 Reviews |  By mosma

    I got this one off the back of a package of string cheese. It's simple and delicious! Eat it fresh, or the cheese will harden.

    Recipe #217422

    In my quest to make my favorite snack more flavorful, I found a variation of this recipe on the Jolly Time web site. Your popcorn will need a bit of moisture to get the blend to adhere. It can come from the oil (if any) used to pop or from adding butter, margarine or a low calorie butter substitute.

    Recipe #219556

    These are so tasty. Points 1.

    Recipe #117874

    9 Reviews |  By Lorac

    While my Polish grandmother canned the world's best dill pickles, she made "crock" pickles to use up the over abundance of cucumbers. They were our favorites. I make them in smaller amounts using the ratio of ingredients to the amount of cucumbers. Leave out the grape leaves if you can't find them. Prep time does not include fermentation time.

    Recipe #36431

    This recipe goes back 30 years or more, my family *loves* these! you can make these ahead of time and then freeze, just cool and place on a large baking sheet to freeze, when frozen stack in a freezer container or pop them into a freezer bag, to reheat and re-crisp, defrost the pancakes then place in a 400 degree oven for about 8 minutes turn over then continue baking until crisp, I strongly suggest to double the recipe these will be half gone before they even make it to the table! I like to add in some cayenne pepper and a bit of garlic powder but that is optional --- yield is only estimated you should get between 20-23 pancakes for this recipe, to make things easier use your processor to grate the potatoes, plan ahead the grated potatoes need to soak for a minimum of 8-24 hours or even up to 2 days to remove some of the starch, the longer soaking time the crispier they will be --- serve with sour cream :)

    Recipe #186700

    I adapted this recipe from one in a book that came with our George Foreman Grill. It is really easy to make and tastes great, even left over. Cooking time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #246599

    28 Reviews |  By Debber

    Years ago, our family received a jar of these as a house-warming gift when we moved. My five brothers and I made very short work of that jar--we loved 'em! My mother has made several hundred gallons of these over the years. And I still make at least one gallon every summer....and a few times I've even "canned" them (transferred to quart jars or left in the gallon jar) after they've gotten their sun-tan. They keep for MONTHS in the back of the fridge, or for longer if you "can" them. My folks refer to these as "Gramma Smart Pickles" --after the little old lady who lived next door in Eagle, Wisconsin.

    Recipe #241141

    Cubed and marinated in aromatic flavors, these delicious nibbles pair wonderfully with crackers or bread. Taken from the Kraft magazine. Note: cooking time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #206563

    This secret recipe was passed on to me by my MIL. She said it came from her mother, who got it from a chef at a country club. The chef, so the story goes, required that she keep the recipe a secret and forbid that it be shared. Since the chef is (by now) long passed, I feel comfortable sharing the recipe. I normally make double batches, it will not last. I tried it with fat-free cream cheese and my husband rejected it. Personally, I thought it worked just fine.

    Recipe #241459

    15 Reviews |  By Tish

    These are sure to be a kid pleaser...a little better for them than the fried ravioli that many little ones like. Found this in "The Taming of the C.A.N.D.Y. Monster"

    Recipe #57075

    These are a carb free chip that I found while looking for recipes for a party for a friend with special diet needs. I made a batch of these to see how they tasted and my family ate them all up. So I made a second batch for the party.

    Recipe #45756

    If you love Smoke House almonds then you will love these! They are great for serving at holiday season or for get-togethers, or just to munch on at any time...better make lots these will go fast!

    Recipe #73929

    47 Reviews |  By Debber

    A good friend gave me this recipe many years ago after I munched down nearly a quart while visiting! I threw out ALL my other dill pickle recipes because THIS ONE is the best. Several years ago, it occurred to me to enter my pickles in the County Fair. So I did. Since I'm superintendent over in the Junior Foods & Nutrition Department, I don't get to watch the Open Class judging. So later in the day (after judging in both classes was over), I went to see how my pickles (and other canned goods) fared [pun intended!]. I couldn't find my jar of pickles. They weren't on any of the shelves, neither were they in with the "disqualified" items. Hmmm. Then I spied them! Not only did they have a big blue ribbon on them, but they also received Best of Show AND the canning award! What a thrill!!! There's nothing like winning at the fair--amongst all those good cooks--to feel validated as a successful home-canner. NOTE: I did NOT list an amount for the cucumbers since I've never measured how many pounds I use--sorry! SERVING SIZE is the number of ounces in a quart jar--to facilitate nutritional information.

    Recipe #241139

    I saw this on Food Network from Everyday Italian. It looks so good and I wanted to keep where I could find it again. See note.

    Recipe #229586

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