My midnight snack.
Unfortunately, Annenberg has fresh berries about 1% of the time (seriously, why is fresh fruit not a daily thing? Apples and bananas don’t count), so I indulged myself this evening with homemade fruit parfait!
Ingredients: (serves 2)
2 cups vanilla yogurt (Greek works especially well)
1/2 cup strawberries
1/2 cup blueberries
4 tablespoons granola or wheat germ
Slice bananas and strawberries into small pieces. Layer fruit with yogurt and granola. Enjoy!
Recipe by Remi Y. ’16
Why settle for plain salad-bar hummus when you can make your own? Paired with homemade toasted pita chips, this delicious dip adds a dash of flavor to any meal.
garnished with a spinach leaf because there wasn’t any parsley. win.
Spicy Hummus Dip
Ingredients: (serves 1)
4 tablespoons hummus (from the salad bar)
A generous amount of olive oil
A dash of ground black pepper
A pinch of spicy red pepper seeds
Drizzle olive oil over hummus and add ground black pepper and spicy red pepper seeds. Pop a few pita bread halves on the toaster (the one with the conveyor rack) and bam, instant pita chips. Dip, taste and enjoy!