Since receiving this recipe through 4-H, it's been a regular after-school snack. These bite-size pizza treats, made with refrigerated crescent rolls, are especially good served with spaghetti sauce for dipping. —Donna Klettke, Wheatland, Missouri
Instead of buying snack mixes that are loaded with preservatives, I like to make my own. People find these tasty crisp irresistible, I always keep a couple of batches on hand for anytime snacking.—Kathleen Sowinski, Lompoc, California
"With just three ingredients, these satisfying snack bites are no fuss and no mess," relates Vickie Gray of Kimberly, Wisconsin. "It's a fun combination that goes well with a glass of milk and a good movie."
Like a new late-night snack, appetizer or after-school treat? This one—which comes from the Potato Board—packs plenty of crunchy goodness...and just think of all the soup, mashed potatoes, fried patties and casseroles that you'll be able to make with the leftovers!
I tried this dip at a potluck lunch and loved it. I think it represents my region because of the abundance of fresh fruit grown in California. My family especially enjoys it as a refreshing snack on hot summer afternoons.
This is probably the easiest recipe that I've ever come across, but it's one of my best-tasting recipes, too! It's very important that you keep the dip warm while serving. You can also heat it in a microwave oven.