With the arrival of fall, it's time for caramel apples. They are easy to make and everyone in the family can get involved. Leave them plain or dip them in chopped Heath toffee bar, chopped peanuts, or any other sweet of your choice.
These kale wraps are one of the most interesting (and good!) things I've had and they are definitely a conversation piece for a party. As you eat the kale wrap, you get a burst of each of the flavors: ginger, lime, toasted coconut, peanuts, red onion and tamarind sauce. I didn't even notice that I was eating kale.
These rich, no-bake, chocolate nut clusters are so simple to make. And they keep well for a long time in a sealed container in the refrigerator.