Radishes aren't just a spring thing. You may have heard of Daikon radishes, but what about Black Spanish or China Rose? Some are very spicy, some are more mild.
This snack is an easy peanut butter and banana wrap. Elvis would have loved the addition of chocolate chips.
This snack combines sweet and salty elements. Grab a handful and cure those hunger pangs.
Feeling low on power? These orbs of goodness pack a punch!
This recipe is like a fruit and cheese kabob. Get your kids to form an assembly line to create these portable snacks.
This colorful and nutritious dish will satisfy your kid's sweet tooth.
Who needs potato chips when you have these! A dusting of curry and garlic powders give these kale chips a great flavor.
Orange juice serves as the base for this smoothie, and Heather Tallman made her own vanilla frozen yogurt.
Heather and Felix join forces to make the Feather Dip, a cheesy salsa dip.
You can cut the cinnamon raisin bread into fun shapes and then top them with cream cheese and apples for a fun snack.
A little tangy and a bit spicy, these crunchy carrot pickles make a nice addition to your noodle bowl, salad or sandwich.
Got a kid who won't eat their beans? They'll find this dip irresistible. (Just don't tell them what's in it.)
Move over, potato chips! If the manufacturers of baby carrots have their way, their product will be the new junk food.
A bill to name whoopie pies Maine's state dessert has started a debate over whether the treats are too unhealthy.
Our listeners requested an episode of raw recipes. So, we deliver three raw snacks using cabbage, walnuts, and cauliflower!
Chinese buffets usually have a version of these green beans, but by making them at home, you can control the ingredients.
Sweet potatoes contain loads of antioxidants, vitamin A, fiber, potassium (which lowers you blood pressure), and vitamin B6 (reduces inflammation).
We continue the fall pumpkin series with a sweet version of oven-roasted pumpkin seeds. Experiment with different spices and see what you come up with!
Skeptics are eating their words. Junk food is out of school vending machines and carrots are in.