Baking these fun cookies will introduce your child to the concept of cross-sections.
Baked rather than fried, these sweet potato fries are a healthier alternative to classic French fries.
Let your preschooler create something cute while making something delicious to eat: create bread sculptures, or shapes of bread dough!
Make pickled carrots at home! Here's a fun activity to get your child in the kitchen and make something special with no fuss or muss.
Invite your first grader to play with his food! He will improve his fine motor skills as he creates zany edible art!
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!
Your child will enjoy concocting this sweet, tangy, spiced cider while testing his knowledge of measurements.
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!
Your child will look forward to lunchtime with this artistic reinterpretation of the same old cold lunch.
Give your child international cooking experience, as he makes his own, personalized fortune cookies.
Have you ever taken a bag of snacks with you on a road trip? If you lived in the 19th century, you might have taken hardtack instead.
Got a fussy eater on your hands? Here's a great way to make fruit appear more appealing, and make eating it a lot more fun, too!
Make yogurt with your kindergarten scientist, and see what a few 'live' bacteria can do in the right conditions!