With the polar vortex behind us, Mother Nature once again graces us with warm weather and sweet, colorful produce. Bury your snow boots for the year, lace up your running shoes, and enjoy these (mostly) healthy, energizing treats.
With just three simple ingredients, this thick and creamy smoothie is a great way to join the smoothie revolution.
Grapes and blueberries beautifully complement the peachy sweetness of this all-fruit smoothie.
There is more than meets the eye with this pink blend of red grapes, strawberries and banana. Makes a lovely, fat-free dessert or afterschool snack.
Red and green grapes blend with frozen strawberries to create this lovely pink smoothie with fresh fruit flavor.
Keeping you energized and alert throughout the day, the Gold Medal Smoothie lives up to its name.
Delicious by itself or spread on a bagel. You can also make this recipe dairy-free with soy cream cheese.
These sweet and crunchy whole-grain bars are a great make-ahead snack that you can take on the go, or pack in kids' lunches.
A mixed nut butter of peanuts and cashews that adds a unique flavor to sandwiches, sauces, and fondues.
Fresh Fruit Dips
A hearty spread made with raw, roasted, or salted almonds that also works as a fruit dip.
This basic dessert sauce is perfect on fruit, topping cake, or included in your favorite trifle recipe.
A luxurious mix of chocolate and hazelnuts to complement crêpes, pretzels, and sweet strawberries.
A fun way to enjoy all the flavor of cheesecake without the prep time. Serve with graham crackers or your favorite fruit dippers.
A simple pantry recipe, this dressing can be thrown together at the last minute for dinner in a pinch.
A classic dressing with tangy flavors and creamy consistency made without preservatives.
Chef Kathy Casey’s tangy cranberry vinaigrette, served with her signature salad at her Dish D’Lish Cafés.
A tart and tangy dressing or chicken marinade with pleasant cheese overtones.