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A spicy, citrusy take on bruschetta.
Who says you need to bake Brie in an oven? Try this campfire recipe, which heats up Brie in a cast-iron skillet with toasted pecans and a bit of brown sugar.
Homemade harissa — a zesty North African chili paste — is the key to these ribeye-steak skewers.
Cookbook author Julia Turshen offers her take on the savory Italian dip — plus two ways to reinvent the leftovers.
Cauliflower florets are battered in a spiced chickpea-flour mixture, roasted in a hot oven, and drizzled with a homemade Korean hot sauce.
Use beets, sweet potatoes, and sun-dried tomatoes to liven up ordinary hummus.
Mix and match three different trail-mix combos: curry, tamari-almond, and nut butter and chocolate.
Spice up your go-to hummus with this fun recipe provided by Tempe School District, a partner of the Life Time Foundation.
Hardcore oyster lovers don’t want anything between them and their oysters but a quick splash of lemon, hot sauce, mignonette or something equally bright and clear.
Use leftover lentils instead of chickpeas to make the creamy Middle Eastern dip.
For a richer flavor and brighter color, try roasting the cubed beet with a small amount of olive oil before adding it to the hummus.
If you crave that popular party mix made with rice cereal, you are going to love this grain-free alternative made with nuts, seeds, and a hint of maple syrup.
Packed with energizing healthy fats, these crackers make great on-the-go snacks.
Try this fun and creative snack for an after school or post-dinner treat.
This popcorn looks like a winter wonderland, and is a great alternative to high-sugar kettle corn or the unhealthy oils found in microwave popcorn.
An easy, healthy, and delicious nut mix for your holiday parties.
This recipe features fresh, roasted pumpkin, which is easy and so much more delicious than canned. You’ll make more roasted pumpkin here than you’ll need for one loaf; visit ElanasPantry.com for more pumpkin recipes.
The perfect fall dip — and an easy way to get your kids to eat their fruit.
This simple-to-make baked treat from Elana’s Pantry delivers on flavor and whole-food goodness.
Quick, yummy, and nutritious — these pizza bites serve as a healthy alternative to store-bought versions.
These gluten-free energy bars from the new book Rocket Fuel are easy to mix up for a pre- or postworkout snack.