Cook these dumplings with your kids to ring in the Chinese New Year or any day you're craving tasty homemade food!
Instead of giving friends and family a store bought fruitcake you can make your own this year with your favorite ingredients!
These fried jelly filled donuts are a real treat any time of year, but especially when celebrating the Festival of Lights.
Christmas tree cookies like these bring a unique 3D experience to your dessert table. Bake these Christmas tree cookies with your child this holiday season.
Looking for an elegant cookie that won't give you a sugar rush? This traditional Italian biscotti cookie is twice baked, making it twice as good!
One of the most delicious parts of Kwanzaa includes a special pie made with creamy pudding and toasted coconut.
Your beginning teen baker will enjoy the tactile experience of baking this challah bread. It's deceptively simple to make!
Say vi-she-SWAH. It's time for some comfort food, French style. Cook this classic French soup with your child on a cool winter day.
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Dress up your holiday table with braised collard greens flavored with a smoked turkey leg.
Carrots are packed with lots good healthy stuff and your child can transform them into something to enjoy for breakfast or after school!
This decadent bread pudding, dressed up with pumpkin and warm spices, is a holiday show-stopper.
Our baked French toast recipe is particularly tasty on a chilly winter morning. Make our baked French toast recipe with your child to teach him about measuring.
Young chefs can easily make this simple soup, perfect for a brisk fall day. Along with being very flavorful, it makes a perfect pre-dinner appetizer or lunch!
Your child can turn cookie dough into a big pile of colorful painted fall leaves ready for eating!
Zombie cupcakes are baked goods that look as if they've been pulled fresh from a skull. Make zombie cupcakes this Halloween.
This witches' brew recipe for kids is a cool mix of lemonade, tapioca pearl "eggs," and gummy worms. Try this witches' brew recipe for kids this Halloween.
These Halloween cake pops only have eyes for you. Eat Halloween cake pops this All Hallow's Eve for a spooky treat fit for zombies and friends.
Make this easy recipe for Halloween, featuring white chocolate and pretzels, for a crispy, creepy treat!
Stringy orange ghoul guts are actually a healthy and gross-looking appetizer for your child's Halloween party.
This zombie recipe helps you make some healthy fingers to nibble on at your next Halloween party. Try this zombie recipe with your undead friends.
Forget the package! Make your own delicious jello treat at home with your child. This healthy snack is just as tasty to eat as it is fun to play with!
Shrimp are dredged in sweet rice flour and shredded coconut and baked till they're crisp and golden.
Crusted with gluten free Panko breadcrumbs and crushed pecans, this baked chicken is crunchy, tasty, and nutritious.
Hiding protein-rich quinoa and a variety of fresh vegetables, these meatballs are the perfect answer to kid food woes.
This gluten free recipe for coconut rice is a tasty way to help any picky eater expand her culinary horizons. She'll get great measuring practice along the way!
These kid-approved chicken strips are not only easy to make and quick cooking, they're also gluten-free.
This quick budget-friendly recipe is the perfect way to indulge in a restaurant quality meal in the comfort of your home. And it's grain and dairy free to boot!
This delicious recipe is one that both kids with and without gluten sensitivity will love! A familiar classic is reworked into a healthy snack.
You won't miss the gluten in these pancakes! These delicious and nutritious flap jacks will make a fabulous addition to any breakfast table, gluten free or not!
Teach your child how easy it is to make homemade pasta, infused with delicious and nutritious autumn pumpkins.
Cook Halloween pasta on All Hallow's Eve. This green pasta with toothy almonds is a super scary and tasty dinner for trick-or-treaters on Halloween night.
Baked rather than fried, these sweet potato fries are a healthier alternative to classic French fries.
Celebrate Dia de los Muertos by baking pan de muerto. In this 5th-6th grade activity, your child will explore another culture while learning about baking.
Flip your way into the fall season with this easy and delicious pumpkin pancake recipe that your child can make on weekend mornings!
Crowned with orange cream cheese frosting and studded with chocolate chips, these pumpkin muffins make a delicious fall treat.
Homemade Halloween treats make great party foods for an All Hallow's Eve get together. These four homemade Halloween treats are scary-good.
Spider cupcakes are creepy-crawly treats that are perfect for Halloween. These spider cupcakes make for a great Halloween party treat.