Cherry gelatin, yogurt, and white grape juice make the red, pink and white layers in this pretty dessert. They are also good snacks.
Make chocolate milk into an extra special snack by adding a little peppermint extract.
Serve these sweet berries on a Valentine's Day dessert tray. The strawberries are dipped in semisweet chocolate then drizzled in white chocolate.
White chocolate in milk make this hot drink a fun, new version of the traditional dark chocolate drink.
The dough for these butter cookies is rolled in different colors of crystal sugar. Set them out at a party and let guests pick their favorite color.
Canned cranberry sauce and gelatin make up these jiggly, holiday snacks.
Mark the days before Santa's arrival with these adorable holiday sweets. We trimmed a lot of the baking steps so kids can get to the favorite parts--decorating and eating. Your kitchen will be overflowing with homemade treats and happy children in no time.
Santa called. He'd like more exciting treats this year. We promise he'll be impressed with these clever twists on the classics.
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!
This easy recipe for No-Bake Cranberry Oat Cookies combines oats, cranberries, coconut, and cocoa--and you don't even need to turn on your oven to make these yummy festive snacks.
Your holiday party will feel extra festive with these gorgeous drinks. Plus, they're a cinch to make. Cheers!
'Tis the season for family bonding and kitchen fun. Follow our stress-free guide for making a candy-licious gingerbread house with your kids.
Add some shimmer to your holiday cookie platter with these breakfast-inspired treats!
Before the party, just spread the bread with cranberry cream cheese, add turkey and the chutney and you're done.
Our tiny heart-shaped shortbread cookies are buttery-good. Make them for a Valentine's party or a tea party.
After your kids open their gifts from Santa, treat them -- and the rest of your family -- to a meal that will make their Christmas even merrier!
This festive time of year calls for a little something sweet. Our fanciful desserts are small in size, but sure to make a big impression.
Baking and decorating cookies is a memory-making Christmas tradition that kids -- regardless of their age -- look forward to. Here are a dozen recipes that will get young bakers, artists, and cookie swappers into the holiday kitchen together. A plate of the finished products might even tempt Santa to sit and stay a while.
The Naptime Chef, Kelsey Banfield, shows how to make delicious mint chocolate candycane bars.