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This Easy Salmon Sashimi Dish Will Make You Look Like a Masterchef

This beautiful and simple salmon crudo, or raw dish, will impress your guests' and fill their tummies....

How to Make Hummus With Roasted Carrots

This lighter, lower-calorie hummus recipe substitutes garbanzo beans for roasted carrots and can be whipped up in no time....

How to Make Quick Potato Skins

Crispy potato skins generally take up to two hours to prepare when baked in the oven from start to finish, but you can use the mic...

How to Batter & Fry Calamari

Visit a seafood restaurant with your family and you’re very likely to discover fried calamari as an appetizer or entrée...

How to Thicken Homemade Salsa

Salsa has become a near-ubiquitous condiment to spice up tacos, grilled meats and salads. Having surpassed ketchup as America̵...

How to Fix Too Much Salt in Guacamole Dip

Taco Tuesday, Sunday football and potluck parties make creamy guacamole a standby recipe for every household. Whether you like you...

Easy Swaps to Slim Down Super Bowl Sunday

Easy Swaps to Slim Down Super Bowl Sunday. Even though the Super Bowl isn’t officially a national holiday in the U.S., Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest day of the year in snack-food consumption and second only to Thanksgiving in overall food consumption. But unlike Thanksgiving where -- for most celebrants at least -- a balanced meal is central to the occasion, the four major food groups on Super Bowl Sunday are chips and dip, pizza, wings and beer. A football fan’s game day calorie consumption can easily match -- or exceed -- that of an offensive lineman’s (5,000-plus calories a day). Between the pizza, fried food and alcohol, it’s easy to eat and drink more than 2,000 calories just during the hours while the big game is on TV. Since chances are you won’t be out on the field burning off all that food, here are some substitutions to make a healthier and winning Super Bowl party menu.

6 Quick and Easy 3-Ingredient Party Snacks

Whether it's a small get-together or a larger gathering of family and friends, appetizers are always a great option to give people a chance to mingle around the food tables. The key is to make it easy (on you) and delicious and healthy (for your guests), which is no easy feat. Here are six, three-ingredient appetizers that you can whip together in 15 minutes or less.

9 Healthy Hummus Dips Worth Making Yourself

Creamy and spreadable, this Middle Eastern dish is a favorite tableside dip for good reason: It’s one of the few that both tastes good and is healthy. Typically made with chickpeas, lemon juice, garlic, olive oil and tahini, hummus offers a host of health benefits in addition to being delicious. Chickpeas (aka garbanzo beans) are a good source of fiber, healthy fats, protein and vitamins A and C. Mix in tahini (a creamy paste made from sesame seeds) for antioxidants as well as vitamin E to round out this healthful, addictive dip. Sure, you can buy packaged hummus, but once you have the classic hummus recipe down, you can mix up a batch in a snap that’s seasoned precisely to your liking. Whether scooped up with crunchy veggies and pita chips or used as a sandwich spread, try these hummus variations to spice up your next dinner party.

9 Trader Joe's Party Food Hacks That Will Transform Your Life

From frenzied party planning to last-minute gift shopping, the holiday season can be crazy -- and we’ve all been there. Any time saved means more time to actually enjoy the festivities. So make yourself a promise this year to stop slaving away in the kitchen. Instead, spend your precious hours with family and friends. These nine Trader Joe’s party hacks will save you time and money when planning your next holiday party. Your friends will think you toiled the entire day preparing these festive dishes, but your secret is safe with us.
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