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Farmers' Almanac Snacks

Teriyaki Edamame

Teriyaki Edamame

These saucy soybeans make a flavor-filled, protein-packed snack!

January 2012
Listed under: Side Dishes, Snacks
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Easy, Spicy Hummus

Easy, Spicy Hummus

A healthy, protein-packed homemade snack!

December 2011
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Mini Pizzas

Mini Pizzas

A delicious, nutritious snack or light meal.

October 2011
Listed under: Appetizers, Snacks
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Baked Buffalo Chicken Wings

Baked Buffalo Chicken Wings

A healthier alternative to ordinary buffalo wings.

October 2011
Listed under: Entrées, Snacks
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Kale Chips

Kale Chips

A crunchy, delicious, and healthy snack.

September 2011
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Starfruit Bread

Starfruit Bread

A sweet bread featuring a tangy, unusually-shaped fruit.

August 2011
Listed under: Breakfast, Desserts, Snacks
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Banana Dog

A creative breakfast idea kids will love!

August 2011
Listed under: Breakfast, Snacks
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Purple Pickled Eggs

Purple Pickled Eggs

Delicious, and colorful, pickled eggs, for Easter, or any time.

April 2011
Listed under: Appetizers, Side Dishes, Snacks
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Jan Hagels (Christmas Favorite)

Ingredients: 1 cup butter or margarine  softened 1 cup sugar 1 egg, separated 2 cup all purpose flour 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1 tbsp water 1/2 cup finely chopped walnuts Directions: Heat oven to 350.  Lightly grease a 15 1/2″ by 10 1/2″ by 1″ pan.  Mix butter, sugar and egg yolk. Stir in flour and… Continue Reading »

December 2010
Listed under: Snacks
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