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Netflix bingeing is now an official American pastime, so it only makes sense that it gets its own set of snack recipes. We've gathered some of our favorite snack ideas, from the sweet to the salty to the OMG amazing. Whip 'em up, settle in, and let the marathon begin.View Slideshow
The newest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens make it easy to indulge in mini bites of chocolate bliss (from cookbook author Dorie Greenspan), throw together fresh and delicious weeknight meals that start with frozen meat, and enjoy fun and flirty party drinks.
We're not always so literal, but you will love these savory-sweet heart-shape chocolate crackers from award-winning author Dorie Greenspan. With a smidge of smokiness from paprika, they're a sophisticated snack when paired with a slice of Manchego or cheddar.
A double dose of honey mustard gives our flavorful chicken roll a little zing. While this company-worthy chicken recipe may look like a fancy restaurant dish, it's surprisingly simple to put together.
Alternating layers of honey-sweetened Greek yogurt and chocolate yogurt mousse are topped with a thin layer of jam and perfumy pink peppercorns in this party-perfect dessert.
Quick, easy, fresh, and delicious -- our winter salad studded with blue cheese and cranberries is a knockout dinner recipe. Don't forget to toss your bread with dressing before adding to the salad so it can absorb the herbs and soften slightly.
One editor referred to these rich, dense raspberry-topped chocolate delights as "the perfect brownie." Worth the extra effort, this port-infused brownie recipe is a keeper.
Poblano pepper and crushed red pepper give our simple soup recipe its zip, while creamy avocado, snipped fresh cilantro, and homemade crispy tortilla strips make a tasty topper.
The secret to our fudgy, truffle-like cake balls? Start with homemade cake. If time is tight, boxed cake mix works, too. Dress up these easy Valentine's Day treats with a sprinkling of cocoa powder for a perfect gift, or let the kids help decorate for a fun party activity.
Start with frozen pork chops. Simmer them in water, orange juice, and honey, and pair them with a sweet-and-spicy mango relish for a 30-minute dinner that's bursting with bright citrus flavor. Look for thin chops (about 1/4 inch thick), often labeled "breakfast pork chops."
Frozen salmon goes straight to the oven (no thaw time needed!) in our easy dinner idea. Tomatoes, capers, and a parsley-garlic mixture give this dish its medley of savory flavors, while golden raisins add a hint of sweetness. Don't forget to soak the raisins in hot water to keep them plump when roasted.
Canned tuna is a pantry staple, but we like tuna packed in olive oil even better. It's a bit pricier but worth every penny. It gives a rich flavor boost to our gnocchi, mushroom, and Parmesan dinner casserole.
Date night just got delicious thanks to our chocolaty cream puffs with rose syrup-infused mascarpone filling. A drizzle of melted bittersweet chocolate takes these valentine-worthy treats over the top.
The salty-sweet mix of green olives, dates, and pistachios lends a little crunch and a lot of taste to this healthy one-pot chicken dinner. If you prefer to buy skinless, boneless chicken breast halves, slice them horizontally and freeze; a thinner cut cooks more evenly.
Last night's sweet potatoes play a starring role in our comforting, spice-kissed soup. Top with croutons and green onion for a delicious way to enjoy leftovers.
We can't decide what we like better about our irresistible chocolate meringue sandwiches: the crunchy cocoa-and-almond-laced meringues or the velvety smooth chocolate filling.
Classic fish and chips gets a kick of heat from chili powder and paprika and a touch of sweet from roasted sweet potato fries. To make this dinner budget-friendly, look for deals on whitefish such as tilapia, cod, or pollack.
As chocolate cake recipes go, our three-tier beauty is sure to be a hit for Valentine's Day. Crushed malted milk balls add satisfying crunch when placed atop smooth chocolate ganache.
Grapefruit adds a tart tanginess to our easy salsa that combines avocados, serrano pepper, and a sprinkle of orange juice for an unexpectedly refreshing dip.
Set out this chocolate trail mix recipe at your next get-together and watch as guests devour the salty pretzels and sweet chocolate clusters mingled with dried cherries, cranberries, and freeze-dried raspberries. Yum!
If you've never broiled a grapefruit, it's about time you tried. Thickly sliced grapefruit gets a brush of butter and a sprinkle of brown sugar before being broiled to sweet-tart perfection.
Gold-wrapped almonds add some serious glitz to our sweet-and-spicy cayenne and dried apricot buttered popcorn snack.
Indulge in a bite-size peanut butter cookie that's loaded with oats, dried cranberries, and chocolate. Though you'll love them for Valentine's Day with a dollop of strawberry ice cream, you'll want to make them all year round.
Tart balances creamy in our easy crostini appetizer topped with grapefruit, honeyed goat cheese, and a slice of salami.
For a tart and tasty sipper, mix one part grapefruit juice with equal parts peach soda and vodka.
Pink lemonade gets a little vodka and a splash of limoncello in this fun and flirty drink.
Club soda and white rum take on the refreshing flavors of creme de menthe and lime juice for a colorful drink that's perfect for St. Patrick's Day and fun on any day.
Swirl together the tropical flavors of coconut, orange, and banana. A touch of vanilla bean paste and a garnish of toasted coconut give this drink sophistication.