Talented food blogger and Honest Cooking contributor Sarah Bond is releasing her very first cookbook, For the Love of Popsicles! It’s loaded with fun and refreshing popsicle recipes to keep you cool this coming spring and summer.
These Easy Coconut Date Bites are a great snack to bring you energy and make your day.
Similar to fudge and formed in the freezer, these Chocolate, Raspberry and Coconut Bars are fit for a sweet snack.
Spruce up your snacking with this easy trail mix bark. Simply melt dark chocolate and top with a Vanilla Glazed mix and a sprinkle of sea salt.
This beet and berry smoothie bowl is vibrant and especially delicious, loaded with almond. Plus, it’s quite festive for Valentine’s Day.
A truly decadent Peanut Butter-Chocolate Smoothie that is filling and perfect when you’re craving something sweet.
Craving something sweet? Refuel with this breakfast or snack chocolate chip cookie dough smoothie bowl that is sure to satisfy.
These chocolate covered oranges are such a great, sweet snack. They’re juicy and topped with just a pinch of salt.
These no-bake vegan raspberry bites are made with cashews and coconut and are a serisouly vibrant pick-me-up snack.
When life gives you watermelons you make… Popsicles! Especially when its National Watermelon Day and counting down to the last days of summer.
Energy bites are one of our favorite healthy snacks to enjoy for breakfast, as a snack or even sometimes as dessert when we’re craving a little something sweet. Make a big batch and keep them in the freezer where they will last for months. Check out some of our favorite recipes.
Bring your snack to life with these tropical-tasting coconut lime bites loaded with nuts for a boost of protein.
This recipe for Spring Herbs and Smashed Eggs on Toast with butter is a quick and tasty way to satisfy your hunger, whether it be for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack.
Give yourself a boost of energy in the form of something slightly sweet. These no-bake sweet potato pie bites are just the thing you’re craving loaded with nuts and rolled in cinnamon sugar.
A well-seasoned snack of Fried Mint and Cayenne Chickpeas.
Onion Rava dosa (Indian Pancake variety) is a popular South Indian breakfast which is very easy to prepare.
This may be the only recipe for no-bake granola bars you’ll ever need. It’s easy, delicious and packed with nutrients and flavor for when you’re on the go.
Humble, hearty, and nourishing, these Blueberry Oatmeal Muffins are more than just a sweet way to start your day–they’re an offering of love.
Labneh is a strained yogurt, or yogurt cheese with a thicker consistency. Add stewed kumquats and you have a flavorful snack.
So you start out with a really simple base recipe that then can be made into any of these flavors, isn’t that great? Yeah, and there are only 5 main ingredients! Plus, this recipe shows you how to make healthy cookie dough.