Fruit

Recipe: 3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Fruit Dip — 3-Ingredient Recipes

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Here's the quickest and easiest way to jazz up fresh fruit. Whisk Greek yogurt, peanut butter, and the sweetener of your choice — be it honey, maple syrup, or agave — together and you've got a creamy dip for apple and banana slices, strawberries, and more. It's not only an extra-fun way to eat fresh fruit, but it also adds some protein to the snack, rounding it out and making it one that's sure to keep anybody's stomach from rumbling until the next meal rolls around.

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10 Glorious Ways to Eat Your Weight in Melon — Recipes from The Kitchn

If, like me, your mission every summer is to eat as much sweet, juicy melon as humanly possible, then there's no reason to stop now. Summer's not over and there's still a lot of fresh melon to be had. If you've had your fill of eating those thick-cut slices of watermelon out of hand, know that there are still a lot of ways to put one of summer's sweetest fruits to work.

From watermelon s'mores to two-ingredient sherbet, here are 10 sweet and juicy ways to get your fill of melon.

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Recipe: Yogurt Pretzel Bark — Recipes from The Kitchn

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Yogurt-covered pretzels are one of my children's favorite snacks, and why wouldn't they be? They are sweet and salty with just a tiny bit of tanginess from the yogurt. I recently discovered yogurt powder as a new favorite pantry staple, and it inspired me to riff on the classic candy bark with yogurt and pretzels. Now we have a new go-to after-school snack that only takes 15 minutes and four ingredients to make.

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Recipe: Morning Glory Overnight Oats — Recipes from The Kitchn

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Inspired by the hearty spiced muffins of the same name, morning glory overnight oats are a make-ahead breakfast with a sweet taste of what's to come in the autumn months ahead. Like the muffins, you'll find a warm blend of cinnamon and ginger plus hearty mix-ins like apple, carrot, raisins, and walnuts.

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What You Need to Know to Pick the Best Melon at the Market — Tips from The Kitchn

Unlike stone fruits and berries, which greet you with their sweet fragrance and have easy-to-examine flesh, buying a watermelon can feel like a leap of faith when you don't know what to look for. Instead of just picking up the melon at the top of the pile, here are five things to check for to ensure you bring home a juicy, flavorful watermelon.

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Recipe: Last-Minute Spicy Coconut Wonton Soup — Quick and Easy Weeknight Dinners

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Frozen dumplings are one of my freezer secret weapons. They can be a hearty snack, quick appetizer when friends drop by, or even the star of a dinner stir-fry. Whether they're little Japanese gyoza or Chinese potstickers, all are welcome freezer staples to me. Now how about giving them the soup treatment? This sour-spicy soup, inspired by Thai tom kha gai soup, combines broth with creamy coconut milk, lots of ginger and lime zest for zing, pepper flakes for spiciness, frozen dumplings, and veggies for a soup hearty enough to be a full meal when that wonton soup craving hits. Oh, and it comes together in just about 15 minutes!

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