Highlights from Foodies 100 bloggers: Snacks

Homemade hummus recipe

From CookBakeEat this is a homemade hummus recipe to get people to stop buying ready made from the shop. It’s quick, easy and takes very little time to make so there are no excuses!

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Chocolate quinoa crunch bar

Mmmm these chocolate quinoa crunch bars from ‘Rough Measures’ look delicious and are nutritious and protein packed to keep you going throughout the day!

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Stilton & Caramelised Onion Muffins

From “Pip & Little Blue’ we have Stilton & Caramelised Onion Muffins which are perfect for that afternoon slump. A lovely combination of salty cheese, sticky sweet onions and the crunch of a walnut, mmmm.

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Hazelnut & Chocolate Bliss Balls

These Hazelnut & Chocolate Bliss Balls are a great pick me up guilt free snack that are dairy, gluten and sugar free. From the ‘Cherished By Me’ kitchen.

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Tunnocks Teacake Sheep

A cute Tunnocks’ Teacake in Sheep form to celebrate the Chinese New Year, from ‘Foodie Quine’.

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Spicy Peanut Kale Chips

From ‘Euphoric Vegan’ we have Spicy Peanut Kale Chips – super crunchy kale chips coated in a spicy peanut sauce, a nutritious & guilt free snack!

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Salted Caramel Chocolate Cheesecake Slices

These vegan, mostly raw, and mostly healthy Salted Caramel Chocolate Cheesecake Slices are a great treat, from ‘The Tofu Diaries’ kitchen.

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Dulce De Leche Kisses

From the ‘Casa Costello’ kitchen we have mini mouthfuls of crumbly cake filled with luscious Dulce de Leche to make Dulce De Leche Kisses.

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Vegetarian Chinese Dumplings

According to ‘Ginger and Olives’ by steaming and frying your Chinese Dumplings they turn out crispy, juicy and full of taste all at the same time. Unlike the deep fried version these are much lower in fat and calories which is another added bonus.

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Fresh Apple and Turmeric Juice

‘Elegantly Vegan’ has made a Fresh Apple and Turmeric Juice to help keep the flu at bay thanks to the healthy properties of turmeric.

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Broccoli Tempura

This Broccoli Tempura with soy and ginger dipping sauce is vegan, gluten free and delicious, from The Circus Gardener.

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Spicy Cabbage Wontons

These Spicy Cabbage Wontons from ‘The Hedge Combers’ look like so much fun to make, and delicious to eat!

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Nutty Granola

Get your day off to a great start with this Nutty Granola recipe from the ‘Cherished By Me’ kitchen.

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Macadamia Goji Bliss Balls

These Macadamia Goji Bliss Balls from ‘The Whole Ingredient’ are a deliciously healthy and nutritious way to indulge in something sweet, while benefiting from the wonderful superfoods that are all rolled up in lovely coconut.

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Blood Orange Smoothie

From “Bite on Green’ we have a delicious and very healthy Blood Orange Smoothie, made with 100% of red fruits. It Is a superb drink for winter time as the blood oranges taste so good.

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Chocolate and Almond Truffles

These delicious raw Chocolate and Almond Truffles from ‘Lau Sunday Cooks’, are coated with sparkling bronze crunch, and will be the star on any table.

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Healthy Plum and Pecan Granola

If you are avoiding refined sugars, this healthy Granola from ‘The Whole Ingredient’ is sweetened using only date syrup – that only takes a few seconds to make – and a tiny drop of maple syrup, so it’s high in nutrients, low in fat and absolutely bursting with superfoods!

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Raw Carrot Cake

This is a raw version of that old classic Carrot Cake with most of the work being done in the food processor, from the ‘That Girl Cooks Healthy’ kitchen.

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Ham Hock Scotch Eggs and Piccalilli

If you have any ham leftovers this lovely recipe for Ham Hock Scotch Eggs and Piccalilli from ‘Figs and Pigs’ is perfect.

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Gluten Free Snowflake Cookies

From ‘The Hedge Combers’ kitchen we have a pretty Gluten Free Snowflake Cookies that taste fantastic and are great fun to make too!

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