An update to a classic Halloween treat, these colorful candy apples will delight kids and adults while they brighten your treat table.
Topped by googley eyes, these lightweight French favorites are perfectly on-theme for a kid-approved Halloween party.
Vanilla cupcakes are the perfect base for myriad fillings and frostings.
The quintessential match to a cup of tea, these party treats offer just the right balance of lightness and zest.
A few meringues beautifully presented on the table adds texture and color to the party table.
A favorite for many adults, these light sweet treats are tailor-made for kids — they're the perfect finger food for a party.
Loved by kids and grownups alike, gingerbread cookies are a classic holiday treat.
No tea party would be complete without a batch of delicate, delectable cupcakes.
Decorate your party table with these fun-to-make marshmallow treats.
Young Jedi™ will fly their rebel ships at lightspeed to get one of these delicious cupcakes.
Little effort, big impact! Our sweet and salty Pretzel Lightsabers™ make a colorful addition to the party table.
Gingerbread isn't just for Christmas. Turn this classic cookie flavor into a new Halloween tradition.
Use any cake flavor you like. From simple chocolate to decadent red velvet to classic carrot, the possibilities are endless.
Give a simple, store-bought cake your own Midas touch.
Use either fresh or frozen fruit to make this wonderfully sweet sorbet, which pairs well with a sugar cookie for a dessert kids will love.
These cupcakes are anything but traditional – but they offer a sweet surprise that kids will love.
Every party guest gets a gold star with these shaped cookies, which can be personalized however you'd like.
Shark attack! Turn an ordinary cupcake into a dangerously delicious dessert with simple grey shark fins that kids will love.
Two quintessential symbols of summer – seahorses and coconuts – come together in this delightfully sweet treat, perfect for an outdoor party inspired by the sea.
The key to perfectly shaped sugar cookies is making sure the dough is chilled before you cut out the shapes, and also before you bake them.
Every tea party needs a few beautiful French macarons.
If you like marshmallows, then you'll love homemade marshmallows even more!
These sweet cupcakes lend a bit of whimsy to your Easter decor and look festive when placed on a tiered table centerpiece.
Adding fresh lemon zest and juice to a classic vanilla cupcake lends brightness for spring.
Beautiful and irresistibly sweet, this Easter–perfect cake features delightful details like fondant and two tiers.
These beautiful (and yummy!) sandwich cookies are the perfect way to say “be mine.”
Even Cupid would fall in love with these classic vanilla cupcakes topped with buttercream frosting.
These decadent chocolate truffle pops will surely dazzle your guests.
With their wispy peaks resembling snowy mountains, these classic meringue cookies are the perfect treat for this baby shower.
Cake pops are a perennial party favorite, especially when made to match the theme!
Make no bones about it: these sweet pretzel treats are a delightfully spooky way to get excited about the season!
They're creepy, they're crawly and they're decadently delicious!
Traditional candied apples get an elegant update with white chocolate coating and dark chocolate stripes.
The perfect topping for classic cupcakes, this beautifully swirled frosting is as pretty as it is sweet.
This delightful recipe is a beautiful way to combine our Bakeshop Birthday Party's colors into a sweet treat the kids will love.
Not only are these chocolate covered pretzels cute, but the combination of sweet and salty is absolutely delicious!
Cake Pops are one of the most popular treats for parties!
This recipe allows you to create a miniature cake just for your baby while leaving you with plenty of bites for everyone else.
The combination of blueberries and banana pudding is not only delicious, but creates a beautiful visual presentation when served layered in mini parfait glasses.
Two pieces of dough in different colors are twisted together to create adorable candy cane-shaped cookies.
Kids can create their own polka- dot patterns on the apples by applying jumbo black and orange sprinkles before the caramel dries.
Look for carrot decorations made of sugar – or just use orange sprinkles – to add a colorful touch to the top of your cupcakes.
Since they're smaller than a serving of cake, I love these for parties with young children. They get the fun of a sweet treat without overdoing it
Mini ice cream cones are the perfect way to serve up crispy cereal treats.
The combination of chocolate and peanut butter is nearly always a favorite with kids – and with good reason.
With two colors of royal icing, these chocolate shortbread cookies are a beautiful alternative to classic Christmas sugar cookies.
This recipe makes a lot of stars. Keep them in an airtight container and you will have snacks all week long.
Cupcakes are always a hit at birthday parties, and these ones have an especially appealing bonus: they're portable.
The only thing more fun than a spinning dreidel is one made of gooey marshmallow and decadent chocolate.
Always a crowd pleaser, sugar cookies are now a year-round favorite.
Any fresh, seasonal fruit tastes even better paired with this yogurt dip.
Children can help make these adorable turkeys while the adults prepare the real meal, then snack on them while they're waiting for dinner.
The texture and flavors of these gluten-free gingerbread cookies are so perfect, they may just replace your regular gingerbread cookie recipe.
Homemade caramel popcorn balls are a sweet treat and make a great alternative to store-bought candy.
S'mores are such an easy dessert to make, and kids of all ages are drawn to them.
Chewy on the inside and crunchy on the outside, these chocolate cookies are an easy-to-make, indulgent treat.
This easy three-layer lemon coconut cake not only tastes delicious, but also coordinates perfectly with the baby shower.
Topped with blueberries and whipped cream, your guests are sure to love these delightful lemon tartlets.
The return to school in the fall is an exciting time for kids.
Your children will love the taste of the pumpkin tart and crispy marshmallow on top.
Bite-sized yogurt parfaits are an elegant addition to any table.
These sweet treats look so much like cute little seedlings, your party guests will probably be happily surprised to learn that they're edible!
Shaped cookies are a holiday tradition because they're fun to cut out, decorate and exchange with family and friends.
The glaze on these cookies creates a shiny hard coating, making it a delicious and functional base for decorating.
This classic yellow cake recipe is a crowd-pleaser with kids of all ages and works well with a number of different flavored frostings.
Inspired by the beauty of winter, these delicious and easy-to-make cupcakes make a festive addition to any party.
Sugar and spice and everything nice ... that's what these are made of!
When these cookies are hung from a Christmas tree, light shines through the colorful candy centers, creating a beautiful stained-glass effect.
This simple method for creating a whimsical cookie is the perfect way to involve young children.
To please a myriad of taste buds, you can also use plain vanilla or chocolate cupcakes with this recipe.
These sea–themed cookie treats are good to the gills!
Creating a cupcake menorah is a playful way to involve children in preparing the Hanukkah meal while teaching them about the important symbols of the holiday.
No doubt about it, all kids love to dip.
Let all of your guests participate in the big reveal with these cupcakes.