Who doesn’t love crispy rice? This is
a wonderful side dish to make year- round—crunchy, light, and flavorful. Serve with Savoy Slaw with Lemongrass & Lime Dressing or alongside your favorite main dish. I cover the rice with a few paper towels as it cooks to absorb excess moisture, which helps to create a golden crust on the bottom of the rice.
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toffee bars
This recipe is courtesy of Picky Palate
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Scotcheroos
There are few flavor combinations that are more classically Christmas than peppermint and chocolate. These easy, no-bake cookies combine those holiday favorites with peanut butter and butterscotch for an extra layer of richness.This recipe comes courtesy of Karo syrup.
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Tree cookies
Want the kids to help make Christmas cookies but don’t want to deal with a hot oven and lots of clean up? Try these no-bake scotcheroos, which are easy to make and easier to decorate!This recipe is courtesy of Karo Syrup.
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If you’re looking for an easy dessert for your Super Bowl party that even the youngest football fan will appreciate, look no further than this festive, no-bake, giant football treat.This recipe is courtesy of Karo.
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Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Crispy Rice Cake and Asparagus
Lean pork tenderloin benefits from a sweet sauce like this one, especially when paired with crisp vegetables. 
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cookies
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These no-bake cookies are not only easy, but taste delicious too! 
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Bayou Chewy Honey Bars
Don't settle at snack time, make your own protein bars at home. Peanuts and peanut butter are good sources of non-meat protein and honey adds a touch of natural sweetness. Find more healthy recipes here.
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Scatter golden foil-wrapped chocolate candy coins over and around these emerald green crispy treats. You'll think you've found the Irish pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!
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Granola Bites
These healthy granola bites are the solution to all your snacking needs. They’re filled with nutritious ingredients, but are just sweet enough to avoid tasting like a virtuous health-food.This recipe is courtesy of Mel’s Kitchen Café.
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bars
Kids love this healthy cross between a granola bar and a Rice Krispies treat. These bars are far healthier than kids’ breakfast cereals, delivering a good boost of whole grains and fiber, as well as calcium from the powdered milk. I keep some in little plastic bags frozen individually to keep them from going stale, and toss them in lunchboxes or for a snack on the run.
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Because my kids are always asking for protein bars, I wanted to come up with a simpler, homemade, less processed version. I was so excited to come up with a delicious, easy-to-make, "mini-meal-replacement" bar. This one requires no baking, so it is a speedy staple for peanut-friendly houses or schools. These are great as an after-school or after-sports snack. 
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