Most kids have a favorite Disney character and now you can turn those characters into cupcakes! Disney has come out with 30 ideas for Disney character cupcakes you can make. From Toy Story to Tinker Bell, these cupcakes are sure to be a big hit at birthday parties or any day of the week.
Happy Valentine’s Day! If you and the kids are looking for a fun way to celebrate the day, why not try one of these adorable recipes for Valentine’s Day cookies? You can surprise dad with them when he gets home for work or take some to friends.
Do your kids have allergies? Does it prevent you from cooking some of their favorite comfort foods, such as mac and cheese or chocolate chip cookies? If this sounds familiar, never fear, there’s a new cookbook out there that makes the impossible possible. It’s called The Complete Allergy-Free Comfort Food Cookbook.
Nutella has become quite popular in the United States – you can buy it at the store, usually near the peanut butter, and you can even make it yourself. But did you know there are lots of dishes you can make using Nutella as the main ingredient? Check out these yummy recipes that use Nutella.
If you and the kids are celebrating Groundhog’s Day tomorrow, what better way to do it than by baking? Check out these fun recipes for Groundhog’s Day sweet treats. They’re so cute!
Baking can be great for kids for many reasons. Measuring out ingredients can teach them math. Making fun treats can make a bad day good. It’s also a great way to spend time with each other as a family. Here are some tips to help get your kids get in on the action and turn them into little bakers.
Valentine’s Day is just a few weeks away, which means kids everywhere will be looking for cards and treats to take to school to share with their classmates. Need some great ideas? Check out these 10 super sweet Valentine’s Day treats to get started.
There’s nothing better than the taste of cinnamon in the morning. Whether you’re getting the kids off to school or looking for a sweet treat for a lazy family morning, a tasty breakfast can go a long way. One of the bloggers at Momformation has shared her homemade cinnamon swirl bread recipe and it look heavenly!
Those energy bars you find in the store can be pretty expensive. Who wants to pay $2 for a snack? But some of them do seem to be pretty healthy. One mom took matters into her own hands and came up with a recipe for homemade power bars.
Cake pops are big favorites these days, and many people have starting using them as party favors and treats. If you’re looking for some fun cake pop recipes for a baby shower, check these out from Lil Sugar. Some of them would even be cute for birthday parties.
Everyone loves muffins, especially kids, but did you know muffins were a great way to sneak a few vegetables into their diets? If you’re not convinced, check out Giada De Laurentiis’s yummy recipe for Frosted Carrot and Zucchini Mini Muffins.
If your child is celebrating a big birthday this year, you’re probably looking for the perfect cake for their party. Need some ideas? Check out these fun first birthday cakes from The Bump. There’s everything from butterflies to Sesame Street.
If you have some cookie dough lying around and you’re looking for a good Christmas day activity, check out these fun little Christmas kid cookies. The fun is in the decorating (and the eating). Your children are sure to have a blast making a cookie that looks just like them!
Tonight’s the big night. Have you gotten your cookies made for Santa? If not, you might want to check out these darling Christmas cookie recipes from Lil Sugar. Not only are they yummy, but they’re oh so cute, and your kids will have a ball decorating them.
Cake pops seem to be all the rage this year, so you can bet they will be found on many a Christmas dessert table this week. Thinking about making some yourself? If you’ve never made them before, this easy Christmas cake pop recipe from Family Circle is practically foolproof!