Junk food can become real food with just a few tweaks — and so it is with this version of homemade Fritos.
Hopefully by the end of this post you’ll be encouraged to include the whole family in the challenge without hesitation or doubts.
Store-bought microwave popcorn is a lie.
I had no idea that one could make hummus from garbanzo flour (I’d always started with whole garbanzo beans), but if it’s a recipe on the back of a Bob’s Red Mill bag, it’s bound to be good.
Grissini are thin breadsticks, often made with herbs and topped with coarse salt. This easy recipe uses 100% whole wheat flour, which, as you can imagine, makes me very happy indeed.
Sweet, but with some unsuspecting heat, these pickled kirby cucumbers and breakfast radishes are definitely renegades.
Not quite as decadent as potato chips, of course, but these baked kale chips have a similar “snacky” feel, while conveniently avoiding any of that “guilty” feel.
Although remarkably simple and quick, these delicious pickled carrots are sure to impress your guests.