These tasty treats by Michael and Anna Olson are perfect for holiday entertaining - easy to prepare, and not as spicy as you might think.
Who doesn't love a warm brie? Rather than bake this one, you spoon warm blueberry compote in the middle and on top of this brie, making it a little less sloppy but no less delicious than a traditionally baked brie.
Got leftover turkey? Try this crunchy Ichiban noodle salad - like a bowl of chicken noodle soup in salad form!
Cheesy biscuits are fun for kids to nibble; dipped in tomato sauce, they taste like pizza.
Cold noodle salads travel well; you don’t have to worry about them going limp, or leaving them out in the sun since they’re mayo-free.
The garlic toast acts like a giant crouton; crumble it overtop or eat it a bite at a time.
A cold roast chicken from the deli is delicious in this light yet filling salad.
This big black bean and barley salad is nutrient-dense and delicious - with a grainy base it's perfectly portable for a potluck or picnic.
Not only are single serving frittatas a handy way to nibble protein and veggies – they’re perfect for toddlers as well.
Soft polenta sticks are easy for little hands to grab and chew (they may have as much fun squishing them as they do eating them!)