Turn this tempting treat into a festive holiday dessert by switching up the sprinkles. Use red and green for Christmas, black and orange for Halloween, and red and pink for Valentine's Day.
These tasty bites aren't just for kids! Conjure up memories of your own childhood trips to the soda fountain with colorful paper straws like these from Modern Lola. Cut your prep-time to mere minutes by using store-bought cinnamon-bun dough, or click on our recipe for a fully homemade version.
No one can resist these sweet jam-filled treats. Save time by using your favorite store-bought sugar cookie dough, or use our homemade dough recipe.
Got a real sweet tooth? Try replacing 1 cup of the popcorn with 1 cup of chopped dried fruit or raisins.
This simple recipe is a great way to entice your kids to try tomatoes. Prep the twigs right before serving to keep your breadsticks from soaking up the tomato juices and going soft.
These little sandwiches can be customized to suit your family's tastes. Try whole-wheat bread with cheddar cheese or pair rye bread with Swiss or provolone.
Salad on a stick may sound crazy, but it's a great way to get kids to eat vegetables. Help your child remove the veggies from the skewers to avoid any accidents.
Originally published in the August 2010 issue of Parents magazine.