Budding bakers can explore the excitement of the kitchen without fear of cuts or hot ovens by making these super simple and tasty cookies.
Make a batch of chocolate clay to teach kids the art of molding and sculpting. Working with their hands has never been this much fun.
This fun and simple game engages your child's motor skills with a friendly race to color in the picture first! The worksheet doubles as a coloring page too.
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.
This chocolate covered matzo candy is easy enough for kids to make, with a little parental supervision. A real Passover treat!
If you love the idea of handing out holiday tins of homemade cookies but you're not a baker, chocolate-covered apples are the perfect solution.
Here are four chocolate bark ideas to prepare with your kids that everyone will love.
Here's a Valentine's Day lunch menu that has something for everyone in your family.
Replace the butterfat and sugar of ice cream with the sublime sweetness of a frozen chocolate-covered banana.
Do you want your child to remember time spent with loved ones and the satisfaction of giving a gift with real meaning? Try making these tasty treats!
Your third grader will be amazed at the explosive combination of vinegar and baking soda in these chocolate volcano cupcakes with white chocolate "lava."