Tempt every bunny in your family with this wholesome twist on veggie chips.
With this hands-on recipe, lucky little bakers can put a new twist on a dinnertime favorite.
These super-moist squares let kids bake two tasty desserts in one.
This festive, four-ingredient treat makes a sweet, take-home gift for party guests.
Put young chefs to work on this holiday appetizer featuring sweet and savory flavors of the fall.
A food processor takes the effort out of making this perennial kid favorite.
A slice of fruit is hidden inside each of these scrumptious breakfast treats.
Let kids fill these scrumptious baked goodies with the flavor of summer berries.
This summery berry dessert runs circles around shortcake.
Kids can customize these Asian-inspired shrimp roll-ups with their favorite combination of fresh veggies.
Two classic Italian recipes combine in a dish fit for Easter brunch or a weeknight dinner.
These crunchy beans coated with Parmesan and panko are as addictively tasty as the french fries that inspired them.
Chocolate cookie pieces add tasty texture to each bite.
Flavored with sweet cranberries and toasted pecans, this twist on classic cheese balls is a hit with guests of all ages.
Transform post-holiday fare into a comforting stew the whole family will savor.
Flavored just like the classic bull's-eye candy, this homemade dip turns any fruit into a fun-to-eat treat.
Inspired by classic animal crackers, these bite-size cookies get their appealing flavor from a hint of honey.
A quick refrigerator brining method ensures these pickled veggies are extra-crunchy (no boiling water needed!).
No ice-cream machine is required for this summer cool-off treat. Plus, kids can customize it with their favorite flavors.
Sweet dried fruit and spicy cinnamon give a new twist to this version of the ballpark classic.
This hands-on recipe gives a classic coconut cookie (and Passover favorite) a yummy twist.
Mashed sweet potatoes play the starring role in these savory, panfried cakes.
Turn a weekend breakfast into a berry yummy event with this simple recipe for the classic French pancakes.
Put the kids in charge of holiday party snacks with this surprisingly simple recipe.
Two movie snack classics—popcorn and Raisinets—get top billing in these showstopping treats.
Our easy recipe lets you bake up a tasty breakfast you can enjoy at home or on the go.
These crowd-pleasing bars make a wholesome option for bake sales and lunch boxes.
If your kids are craving sushi for dinner, skip the Japanese restaurant and show them how to roll up a batch at home.
This unusual meringue dessert takes the idea of strawberry shortcake to new heights.
Using store-bought pastry, kids can roll up a fancy-looking snack with two delicious fillings.
This twist on a classic is colorful and customizable and teaches young chefs chopping skills.
This no-melt dessert captures the essence of a familiar ice cream treat.