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Cherry-Cocoa-Pistachio Energy Balls 

Minced dried cherries and pistachios create these energy balls salty-sweet to satiate your demands. 

Flourless Banana Chocolate Chip Mini Muffins 

Pulsing rolled oats, eggs, banana, brown sugar, and oil makes these chocolaty muffins moist without all-purpose flour.

Apricot-Sunflower Granola Bars

For this alternative, add 2 cups of any mix of miniature dried fruit, seeds, and/or chocolate chips for the apricots and seeds.

Traditional Greek Tahini Dip

Cyprus loves starting meals with this creamy, sesame-seed-flavored homemade tahini sauce. Served with pita and crudités.

Vegan Chocolate-Dipped Frozen Banana Bites

These low-calorie frozen banana, peanut butter, and vegan chocolate bites great dessert or snack. 

Lemon-Parm Popcorn

Add some zest to your popcorn by sprinkling it with lemon pepper and shavings of Parmesan.

Yogurt with Beets

Middle Eastern yogurt dip borani can be made with spinach, eggplant, or carrots. Beets give this meal its bright pink hue.

Apricot-Ginger Energy Balls

This simple energy ball boosts energy quickly with natural components. Ginger and tahini sweeten or hold together coconut and oats with dried apricots and honey. 

Chocolate-Hazelnut Energy Balls

These energy balls combine hazelnuts and chocolate. They're chewy and crunchy, with enough sweetness to satisfy a noon or post-dinner sweet tooth.

Air-Fryer Sweet Potato Chips

Air fried thinly sliced sweet potatoes to crispy crispness. These homemade chips utilize less oil, reducing calories and fat.

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