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These adorable goodies will make any kid feel special, no matter the time of year.
This layer cake gets its citrus flavor from fresh lemon peel and juice. Don't wait for a party to serve this luscious recipe.
This slow cooker recipe combines favorite Tex Mex chili ingredients with New England baked beans and corn. The result is a hearty family-style chili or if you prefer, chowder. If you like, use ground beef instead of ground turkey.
A wide variety of ingredients--kielbasa, shrimp, chicken, and vegetables--make up this spicy Creole dish that's conveniently prepared in the slow cooker.
Whether they're blondies, biscotti, no-bakes, or cut-outs, these holiday cookies will be a special treat for everyone on your gift list. The hardest part won't be making these cookie recipes--it'll be deciding which treats to keep for yourself!
Toss thin strips of cucumber in a vinegar and oil dressing for a quick side dish or snack.
These frozen chocolate-dipped cookies are a cool treat on a hot day. Make the cookie sandwiches with purchased oatmeal cookies and a cream cheese filling.
Gender reveal parties are becoming popular across the country. Instead simply sharing the news of your baby's sex, folks invite their friends for a fun surprise. These cupcakes are one way to announce "It's a Girl!" or "It's a Boy!"
For April 1--or any day your crew is in need of a laugh--check out this collection of pranks, props, treats, and tricks. They're wacky enough to tickle an entire family of fools. We mean that in the nicest possible way, of course.
This five-ingredient chicken recipe is a spin-off on a popular Chinese dish. Crushed seasoned croutons in the coating provide the garlic and onion flavor.
Celebrate all eight nights of the Festival of Lights with a different craft and recipe every day.
Reach new heights by making this rock climbing-themed treat for her party. The super-simple cake can be assembled faster than getting into a climbing harness. Idea from FamilyFun magazine.
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You don't have to go full-on Bourbon Street revelry to have some Mardi Gras fun. Here's six family-friendly ideas to bring the party to your own home.
Calling all cottontails! Get a jump on Easter fun with these adorable crafts, treats, and egg-decorating ideas.
Kick up some rootin' tootin' birthday fun! All it takes are a few simple cuts and some easy frosting techniques to make this cool cowboy boot cake.
To make this mosaic-inspired candy cake, arrange assorted monochromatic candy over the top and sides of a round, frosted cake (store-bought works!), and add a candy number on top.
Leftover pancakes can be refrigerated for up to 3 days or frozen, well-wrapped, for up to 3 months.
Hosting a baby shower? Let us help you make yours the tastiest party in town with these deliciously divine online finds.
Take Italian cooking outdoors with this chicken recipe. Grill polenta slices alongside the honey-and-jalapeno-marinated chicken and serve with a zesty fresh tomato and olive sauce.