A healthy, sweet snack that’s packed with energy boosting foods for a great mid-day pick-me-up.
A chewy no-bake granola bar with the sweet taste of honey, toasted oats and nuts and little bites of sweet, plump raisins.
Whipped shortbread cookies made to look like fossilized dinosaur footprints.
Soft sugar cookies decorated to look like bird’s nests. Simple enough for little hands to decorate on their own.
A last-minute Valentine”s dessert. Puff pastry pillows filled with warm vanilla pudding and drizzled with chocolate.
Want to make the easiest pizza ever? My three year old son shows you how.
This is a fun gift or activity for the child (or child-like person) in your life. An edible puzzle, to be decorated to your heart’s content and then eaten afterwards. Who says you can’t play with your food? These are a lot of fun to make and after snapping the above photo, I let my(…)
I don’t know why it took me so long to make applesauce. Well, maybe I do – because somehow in my mind it seemed like a laborious difficult process. But it really shouldn’t have taken me so long because it couldn’t be easier. I was originally going to can some but once I tried out(…)
Rich and tangy raspberries pair perfectly with refreshing honeydew to make a perfect summer refresher.
A recipe kids can master on their own thanks to the use of a microwave. They can feel proud to make something special for Dad on Fathers Day and to know that it’s tastes even better then the fast food version.
These quick and easy apple fritters come together in a flash with the help of homemade Bisquick mix. I get my 2-year-old involved by letting him stir the batter and eat the apple peels.