Good-for-you almonds add a crisp, nutty flavor to breadings, casseroles, salads, and snacks.
This reviewer favorite has only six ingredients. Pat C. from Houston says, "I've made it several times for company, and they
always ask for the recipe."
Online User Comment:
"These took less than 20 min to make and were super easy. A nice addition to the other recipes and a conversation piece. Served for valentine's day tea." -caroleejg
This six-ingredient sweet salad is vibrantly colored and easy to prepare.
Recipe: Strawberry-Spinach Salad
Freshly squeezed lemon juice mixed in with mayonnaise adds a zesty and refreshing kick to this salad. It’s perfect for a summer
luncheon on a hot day. When kept cold it travels well for a hike or picnic.
These green beans are far from ordinary; the fresh garden veggie is mixed with creamy goat cheese, crunchy toasted almonds,
juicy red tomatoes, and flavorful vinaigrette.
Don’t skip dessert. This crispy cobbler is chock-full of tasty super foods—berries, nuts, and oats. For a tangy treat, serve
with low-fat lemon frozen yogurt.
Combining romaine and coleslaw mix makes this dish crispy and crunchy. The soy sauce-flavored almonds are a new favorite in
our Test Kitchen. Find them sold in cans alongside cocktail peanuts.
This classic creamy pasta is pure Southern comfort. We love its made-from-scratch Mornay sauce and toasted almond-and-Parmesan
cheese topping. Plus, the casserole freezes beautifully
Photography by Van Chaplin and Joseph De Sciose / Food Styling Rebecca Kracke Gordon / Photo Styling Buffy Hargett
Try our easy but elegant nut course to wow your dinner guests. The duo draws rave reviews no matter when you serve them--before
the meal as an appetizer or after, as a dessert.
You can make this recipe and Decked-Out Dates ahead of time and store them in the refrigerator. Before serving, let stand at room temperature for 30 minutes.
Your family will love these homemade bars. They require just six simple ingredients including cereal and marshmallows.