Snacks

Rosemary Spiced Nut Mix

Toast up a spectacular, simple and irresistible snack.

Homemade Croutons

These crispy croutons are a perfect topping to any salad or soup! It is best to use day-old bread to ensure ultimate crunchiness. Any bread works but sourdough or day-old country have great flavor!

Roasted Chickpeas

Try these crispy, crunchy roasted chickpeas with a touch of sweetness! Great as an appetizer, sprinkled in a salad, or on top of hummus! The subtle sweetness comes from the garam masala which can be found in our Bulk department. 

Pumpkin Spice Energy Bites

Enjoy these healthy, no-bake energy bites that have all of your favorite fall flavors. You can find the pumpkin pie spice in our Bulk department.

Chocolate Matcha Energy Balls

Looking for a little pick-me-up? These tiny treats don’t take up much room in your bag, but pack enough energy to fortify you for a vigorous hike or long day at work. Dates provide a natural, fiber-rich energy boost, while cocoa and matcha contribute antioxidants (and a little caffeine). 

Rosemary Spiced Cashews

Spicy and earthy go together nicely for an easy snack. 

Cornmeal Grissini

This recipe was entered in our We ♥ Local Cornmeal recipe contest by Carolynn O'Donnell.  Carolynn says,"Grissini is generally made with durum wheat, but I substituted cornmeal." They turn out great!

Vermont Cornmeal Cheese Crackers

This recipe was entered in our We ♥ Local Cornmeal recipe contest by Kate Laud.  Kate says,"These crackers have crunch from the cornmeal partnered with a peppery cheese taste.  You can skip the dip and be very satisfied with just a cracker or two, but they're also perfect with guacamole or salsa."

Lemon Olive Oil Cornmeal Cake

This recipe was a finalist in our We ♥ Local Cornmeal recipe contest and was submitted by Brittany Kirvan.  Brittany says, "This is a gluten, dairy and refined sugar-free cake, but it is not too sweet and suitable to snack on at anytime of the day."  Use local cornmeal, honey, and eggs to keep it as local as possible.

Pumpkin Spice Oat Bakes

Baking pumpkin spiced oats in a muffin tin produces neat little cylinders of pumpkin oat goodness that are just as good cold as they are warm from the oven. Try them with a dollop of vanilla yogurt and a drizzle of maple syrup, or a spoonful of your favorite fruit spread.

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