I’m NOT a big fan of pretzels but I DO use them when I make:
The problem is, where we live, there seems to be no small bags of pretzels, just LARGE BAGS that leave me with a lot left over, when I make a batch of party mix.
Thought I’d check out some other ideas for using up pretzels today and I found this list:
I’m still undecided what I’m going to try from this list, maybe the Peanut Butter Pretzel Bars or the snack mix.
But I definitely will be able to use up those pretzels! 😉
Do you like pretzels? Have any recipes to share that include pretzels? Please do! 😉
….like I do, you will ♥ this easy tapenade recipe. 🙂
Black Olive Tapenade
1 1/2 C. black olives (I use Kalamata)
1/4-1/2 C. chopped fresh basil (to taste)
1-2 T. fresh rosemary (to taste)
1-2 cloves garlic (to taste)
2 T. fresh lemon juice
Blend in a food processor to a chunky consistency. Allow to cool in the fridge at least an hour to blend flavors. Keeps well in a sealed container or jar, in the fridge for about a week.
Although I’ve been making an ongoing effort in the past few years to REALLY cut back on sodium in all kinds of foods, olives are still something I splurge on occasionally, in this regard.
I do wish they used less salt when curing them though. I have yet to taste any olives that weren’t extremely salty. And as I’ve cut down on salt, everything tastes saltier too.
But when it comes to this tapenade, a little goes a long way.
I like to spread it on crackers, wraps or in a sandwich. Yummmm! 🙂
***Doesn’t these look like a yummy snack option?***
Thanks to Chef Julianna for this spiced nut-mix recipe.
I’m planning to make some later this week. Looks like a keeper! 😉
Everyone loves a party, right? Especially in the bleak winter months of January and February when we all need a lift! Well, when I heard that Angie over at The Novice Gardener was hosting a Friday night blog party called Fiesta Friday, I thought it would be fun to hang out with a bunch of like-minded bloggers and mix and mingle a bit. So, like I normally do when I’m going to a pot-luck, I hit my back issues of Bon Appétit magazine to search for some inspiration for my contribution. When I saw this recipe I knew what I was bringing! It’s perfect for a party and I could make a double batch as afternoon snacks for my husband and I. This is an awesome recipe! Let me tell you, we have been nibbling away at the bowl since yesterday and you guys…
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Here’s a recent post from my product review blog: My Real Life Reviews with some important information about questionable processing methods/ingredients used in a number of popular nutritional/snack bars. 😦 Also includes links to some homemade alternatives for making your own snack bars that are: easy to make, healthier, oh so tasty and cheaper too.
And another “eye-opener” on this topic from: Natural News
It really is worth the time and effort to make as much as you can “from scratch” whenever possible and for so many reasons! 🙂
If you have a good recipe for a homemade snack/nutritional bar, please share a link if you can!
Happy Snacking, 🙂 AND Buyer Beware! 😦