Snacks 34 results
  • Fried Egg Avocado Toast

    When it comes to Instagram-worth breakfasts, the Fried Egg Avocado Toast is number 1! Aside from its Instagram'ability (yes I just invented that word!), it is actually really delicious! I mean, what can be wrong about a slice of sourdough bread topped with creamy mashed avocado and a fried egg?! I served it with a quick heirloom grape tomato salsa and that's how you make the ultimate breakfast! You'll thank me later for this one!  [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:155]
  • Homemade Hummus with Za’atar Pita Chips

    I am super excited to show you how to make the creamiest hummus ever! After just one try of my Homemade Hummus with Za'atar Pita Chips recipe, you will never go back to plain old hummus. The not-so-secret secret to creamy hummus is removing the skin from the outside of the chickpeas. The extra five minutes to remove the skin is totally worth the effort! It results in a really creamy hummus that is so delicious. To watch the process, click my YouTube video below! [amd-zlre...
  • Homemade Garlic Naan

    This week I have teamed up with Red Star Yeast to make Homemade Garlic Naan! When they told me they wanted to collaborate for a video I decided to challenge myself to make something that I love to eat but have never actually made before. I immediately got in the kitchen, started working on a garlic naan recipe, instantly fell in love with making it from scratch! Not only is the technique for cooking it so cool but it tastes out of this world. It’s a super soft flatbread topped with loads of ...
  • Muddy Buddies

    I've got two words for you, "Muddy Buddies"! This easy to make snack is not only delicious but downright addicting. Some may even argue, life-changing! When you mix together cereal, chocolate, peanut butter, vanilla extract, butter, and powdered sugar, then pop it in the freezer, magic happens. Every time I have friends over, it's the most requested food item. Basically, if Muddy Buddies aren't part of your life yet, make them ASAP! You'll thanks me later! [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:...
  • Mexican Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

    Today, I think I have found one of my new favorite cookies of all time, Mexican Chocolate Crinkle Cookies. This classic cookie with inspiration from Mexican flavors has all the things you need for a great cookie and more. Just like any great cookie it has a chewy center and a slightly crunchy exterior. While it may look like your typical Chocolate Crinkle Cookie what makes this cookie unique is its flavor. This cookie has a deep chocolaty flavor that pairs so well with the earthy ...
  • Greek Feta French Fries with Roasted Garlic Aioli

    Here’s the thing about potatoes, specifically french fries, they are great on their own. You know, french fries are crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, golden brown and hot from oil… I mean it’s just perfection. But when you add a few key ingredients it gives them an extra boost of flavor. You literally are taking your fries to a whole new level! To elevate, these fries I have cooked them using a double fry method and topped them with loads of crumbled feta, a generous sprin...
  • Tahini Oatmeal Cookies

    As you all know, I love cookies, crinkle cookies, chocolate chip cookies, sugar cookies, you name it ...if it’s a cookie than I probably already like it.  Oatmeal cookies are another favorite but I felt it was time for a do over.  I nixed the raisins and added tahini instead. For those of you who don’t know, tahini is a smooth creamy paste made from ground sesame seeds.  It is very trendy right now do to its undeniable health benefits and unique ability to work beautif...
  • Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter Cookies

    I am known for my huge cookie obsession. Not a day goes by without me consuming at least one cookie. I eat practically all the cookies out there, chocolate chip, oatmeal, crinkle, you name it.  Basically, if its a cookie I am here for it. But I'll be honest, when my cookie cravings come on I don't always want to wait for the butter to soften and to make a whole elaborate cookie. I need something super simple but at the same time yummy and satisfying.  These Chocolate Dipped ...
  • Pumpkin Spice Churros

    It’s officially Fall, which means the air is getting colder, the leaves are falling from the trees, and pumpkin spice is EVERYWHERE! Being a non-coffee drinker myself, I only got on the trend of pumpkin spice last year when I made some decadent Pumpkin Spice Buns for the blog. For those of you who have never heard of it, pumpkin spice is the seasoning typically used when baking a pumpkin pie. It gained popularity when coffee shops around the country started adding it to their drinks ...
  • Apple Tart Squares with Honey Glaze

    Today I am sharing my recipe for these delicious Apple Tart Squares with Honey Glaze that really highlights the beauty of this season's bounty of apples with the signature crunch from puff pastry dough. What isn't there to love about puff pastry dough?! First off, the crunch of perfectly baked puff pastry dough makes for a uniquely scrumptious bite and the fact that it can always be stored in your freezer means you are always ready to whip up a dessert for any occasion. Once defrost...
  • Punjabi Samosas with Mint Chutney

    During the summer I like to experiment in the kitchen with more involved recipes than I would typically make during the school year. Today I made these beautifully delicious Punjabi Samosas with Mint Chutney! Samosas are deep fried, cone shaped dumplings that are traditionally filled with a mixture of potatoes or meat. They also happen to be seriously delicious! My personal favorite version of the Samosa is one from Punjab, a state in the Northern part of India. Their version of this ...
  • Tomato Bruschetta with Balsamic Glaze

    Hands down Tomato Bruschetta is my all time favorite appetizer, this summer! This classic Italian antipasto consists of a toasted slice of bread topped with a mixture of tomato, red onion, basil, garlic, balsamic vinegar or glaze, salt, and pepper. It is the perfect appetizer for summertime entertaining. It’s also a great use of stuff often picked up at a farmer’s ingredients that are easy to work with, fresh and delicious.  I am sure after making this it will instantly ...