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Search result for meal type Desserts found 37 recipes.

 
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Artichoke Spinach Yogurt Dip

This spinach and artichoke dip uses Greek yogurt. Serve it warm and cheesy.

Pear Mash

Pears make for a delicious change of pace from the more usual apple in this easy, fragrant fruit sauce. Eat it as is, swirl in a dollop of yogurt, or freeze the sauce in small plastic containers for a lunch-box dessert that doubles as an ice pack.

Spinach-Ginger Slushie

You might not always want to eat your spinach, but how about drinking it? This thick shake gives you the best of both worlds because it’s both a nice, frosty treat and it’s good for you. It’s filling, too, so it makes a great breakfast. By Adam Ried

Rainbow Fruit Salsa & Cinnamon Tortilla Chips

This recipe made it into the top 4 in the Chomp Recipe Contest and comes from the Booth Family from Scandia, MN. Mom, Lisa, said her daughter, Adelaide, came up with the idea of turning this recipe into all of the colors of the rainbow and giving it a colorful name. They also make sure to always prepare the tortilla chips using a whole grain or corn tortilla. This is one of their favorite go-to snacks.

Chomp’s Carrot Cookies

This Winning recipe of the Chomp Recipe Contest comes from the kitchen of the Caron family of Hudson, WI. Jake Caron, 14 years old, loves this cookie so much that he decided to enter into the contest himself.

Smoothie de Pay de Calabaza

Como casi todos los vegetales de color anaranjado, la calabaza está repleta de vitamina A, ¡la cual mantiene tus ojos súper saludables! Y con suerte, tú solamente tendrás que abrir una lata con calabaza en lugar de cocinar tu linterna de calabaza. Con vainilla y sabores especiados, éste smoothie sabe como un pay en un vaso.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Smoothie

There’s no real jelly in this smoothie—but when you blend fresh berries and peanut butter together, it tastes a lot like that favorite sandwich classic! Plus, you’ll be filling your glass with protein, which fills you with energy.

Stovetop Popcorn

When you make popcorn from scratch, the old-fashioned way, it’s a natural whole-grain, high-fiber snack (with none of the gross chemicals that can be in microwave popcorn). If you don’t have a popper, try this method. Make sure to get an adult’s help with this recipe, since you have to shake a hot pot on the stove top!

Spicy Jack-O'-Lantern Seeds

Here are two different ways to make a scrumptious snack: one starts with seeds with the shells on, right out of a fresh pumpkin; the other uses raw green pumpkin seeds without their shells, also called "pepitas" which you can buy at the store.