December 31, 1969
In my constant quest to eat healthier foods, I've realized that mindless snacking is one of the traps I walk right into--call it my mid-afternoon weakness. So, I started buying almonds to munch on, then Kemp Minifie got me hooked on salted dried-seaweed wafers. Now, however, I'm determined to make my own snacks and save a few bucks. Here are five recipes I plan to make at home instead of grabbing the store variety. Any other easy-to-make snacks you enjoy? Share recipes below! Spice-Roasted Chickpeas Asian-Flavored Snack Mix (pictured) Sweet Potato Chips Ginger-Garlic Hummus Tuscan Kale Chips Hungry for more ideas? Our Healthy Summer Eating Guide has easy recipes and tips, whether you're looking for low-fat, low-cholesterol, low-carb, or low-cal dishes.
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