Want a simple way to get a party poppin'? Just pop open a bag of your favorite popcorn and mix with our Chocolat Noir snack mix, or choose one of our other flavors to “mix it up”! We love the endless possibilities with our friends over at Lesser Evil Snacks.
When you want to mix it up, this easy salad is perfect for lunch, cookouts and dinner parties. Most of the ingredients are veggies or pre-made and ready to go, like our snack mixes. The only thing you have to make ahead of time is the roasted chickpeas. But if you make our “No Ho-Hum Hummus” recipe, you’ll have a stash in your fridge already, so you’ll be all ready to go!
This twist on the classic Cobb will have you California dreaming in no time. It’s true the Cobb salad was invented in the Golden State, and authentic versions include 4 types of greens: iceberg lettuce, watercress, endive & romaine lettuce, along with boiled eggs, tomatoes, chicken, bacon, avocado and Roquefort cheese. But we think it’s true this slightly simpler but spicier version using our Flambeaux is pretty golden too.
Get ready to take your salad game up a spicy notch!
This one will put a pep in your lunch or dinner step for sure. We start with a bed of arugula and layer in more peppered goodness. This peppery sensational green is a nutrient-dense food that is high in fiber and phytochemicals. Arugula is also low in sugar, calories, carbohydrates, and fat.
We take it two steps further by pairing it with a smoky peppered tenderloin, then topping it with our spicy, smoked chipotle Flambeaux snack mix.
The best things in life are cheese, charcuterie, and bouchées. This grazing board brings them all together in one place, making these delicious bites for sharing come together with ease for any gathering.
Plus, the combinations are endless with sweet or savory mixes!
Pasta & Peppery Peas... Yes please!
This quick and easy pasta recipe is on rotation in our house fairly frequently. It’s super easy to make and comes together in less than 25 minutes, using some help from our friends, a little multitasking and our spicy, nutty goodness!
I have such fond memories of my days spent in Korea and wanted to recreate this meal I would always have on my birthday. Now, I realize this version is not truly authentic Korean bulgogi, but it’s authentically mine, and the family always enjoys these Korean style tacos; so I hope yours will too. The addition of the Mexicana sour cream helps cut down the spiciness for the kids, so it’s totally optional, but it does add a unique depth of creaminess. That said, you could always use avocado as it will serve the same purpose.
To make it vegan, you can sub in portobello or shiitake mushrooms*, tofu, tempeh, seitan, jackfruit, or soy curls. It really is about the seasoning- even the Happy Birthday song is optional, of course. *If you use portobello mushrooms, be sure to remove the skin and scrape out the gills to prevent any bitter taste.