Based on the concept of water's "freezing point," this activity entails the lowering of water's freezing point to chill ice cream!
Help your child learn healthy eating habits by transforming every kid's favorite food into a healthy, flavorful after-school snack.
Delicious nachos are easy and fun to make any day of the week. Here's how to master this easy nacho recipe.
From Canada's flag, to the Toronto Maple Leafs, to classic maple syrup cookies, the maple tree is very much a part of Canadian heritage.
Next time your fifth grader's in the mood for a tasty treat, try whipping up some homemade drop scones!
Help kids tap into their inner inventor by teaching them how to make peanut butter through trial, error, and lots of taste testing!
This recipes is so easy your child gets to be master chef for this kitchen activity. He'll bake peanut butter banana oatmeal cookies that happen to be vegan!
Learn more about the ancient art of bread baking by rolling up your sleeves and making a batch of homemade pita bread!
Classic tuna casserole gets a makeover, dressed up with onions, mushrooms, and fresh sweet corn.