Marbled candy canes are a traditional winter festival gift that looks good poking out of the top of a Christmas stocking or adorning a present.
Show your fifth grader how to make elegant (and delicious!) chocolate covered candy canes this holiday season.
Here's a sweet holiday recipe to make with your fifth grader: bake scrumptious sugar-dusted chocolate snowballs! Serve them at your next Christmas party.
Your first or second grader will love being involved in making these velvety peppermint creams.
Get your third grader into the holiday spirit by showing him how to bake soft, chewy, and sugary gingerbread cookies!
Ring in the new year by making sweet bonbons with three different coatings: graham crackers, powdered sugar, and cocoa powder.
Candy cane cookies make a great alternative to giving out candy canes, and fun baking time at home for parents and children.
This creamy peanut butter fudge is a great first recipe to get your first or second grader involved with because it doesn't involve any time in the oven!
Let your fifth grader get in touch with this inner chef by making these delicious no-bake nanaimo bars--named after a city in Canada.
Enjoy making these no bake cookies with the kids and teach them important lessons in early math skills.