It's snacktime! From pitas to pretzels to do-it-yourself parfaits, we've got everything you need to make snacktime delicious and nutritious for your child.
Your child will love nothing more than combining his two favorite parts of the day: snack time and playtime!
Running out of after school snack ideas for your kids? Make bird nest snacks filled with yogurt and grapes for a satisfying treat that's sure to please.
In kindergarten, it's pretty much impossible to overdo alphabet practice. This fun baking activity offers hands-on practice, by making delicious pretzels in the shape of ...
Make a healthy fruit bouquet that can grace either an Easter brunch or Seder dinner table with beauty and deliciousness!
Get your kids to give you a hand in the kitchen--literally!--by making fun grilled cheese sandwiches decorated with their handprints.
This recipe is a great one to share with your child, especially if they like the concept of pizza and enjoy the taste of apples. Baking together is a wonderful sensory activity ...
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