***MADE ANOTHER BATCH OF THIS SLOW COOKER PARTY MIX RECENTLY AND THOUGHT I’D SHARE THE RECIPE/POST AGAIN, HERE AT VEGGIES. ***
IT’S SO GOOD AND SO EASY TO MAKE IN THE SLOW COOKER!
HAPPY COOKING. :>)
As any of my regular readers already know, I am a big fan and recent convert to using a Slow-Cooker for all kinds of main dishes, stews and soups.
But did you know that you can use a Slow-Cooker for making recipes like: granola and party-mix too?
Well I didn’t until I recently received a copy of Robin Robertson’s: Fresh From the Vegan Slow-Cooker as a gift.
After scanning through all the great recipes in this new cookbook, I knew I’d have to give the: Life of the Party Mixa try first. It came out great! So delish and not too salty (great to be able to control that when you make this mix at home).
Some minor tweaks I made:
After the initial 2 hours on high heat, I found the texture to be just right and the flavours well-developed, so I stopped the cooking process and just…
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I’m all for healthier snack choices like: fresh fruits, veggies, seeds and nuts…
But sometimes, it’s just got to be a “chip” snack to really satisfy that craving. 😉
If you’ve been looking for a healthier, chip-type snack that actually tastes good, read my new review of Lundberg Rice Chips.
Happy Snacking! 🙂
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! 😦
I was doing a search today for good/tasty/healthy energy bar options.
Wow, there’s a lot of junk out there that is being hyped as the answer to this ongoing (and for so many people) culinary/snack quest.
Most of the commercial bars that I checked out either looked yucky and tasteless and/or they had ingredient lists that left much to be desired. 😦
I did find these energy bar recipes over at the Rodale Press site that actually look good. Very simple combos of healthier ingredients, in flavours that sound appealing too: Raw Lemon-Coconut Bars, Chocolate Cashew Cookie Bars, Apple Pie Bars…to name a few.
I’m going to give these a try soon, need to get some ingredients to test out a couple of these recipes. But they do sound like good alternatives to some of the commercial energy bar offerings that are currently available.
Anyone know of a good commercial energy bar? Do tell! 😉
And do let me know if you give any of these recipes a try too.
Happy Snacking! 🙂