Everyone's favorite party food goes galactic with this recipe for Death Star™ Pizza Pockets.
Worms in their apples? Yum! This inventive, fun snack is delightfully suited for kids.
Do away with potato chips and try these light, colorful crisps instead.
Have fun with different cookie-cutter shapes and fruits to fit the season.
If your kids love chips, this recipe offers a perfect healthy twist.
For an extra-special treat, use chocolate chips for the eyes.
Traditionally a summertime campfire snack, s'mores have a place during the holidays, too!
Simple to make and perfect for all ages, this twist on traditional popcorn is a festive, tasty treat.
This classic snack mix is one of my favorite treats to make for my own kids.
I know your party guests will love it too!
Let kids create their own Mexican lunch with these easy-to-prepare mini taco salads.
Chef and cookbook writer, Kate McMillan, shares her tips for turning picky eaters into kids who are excited to try new things.
Make your own delicious granola bars with this simple and healthy recipe.
The combination of blueberries and banana pudding is not only delicious, but creates a beautiful visual presentation when served layered in mini parfait glasses.
Grated Parmesan cheese adds protein and a huge hit of flavor to basic popcorn.
This recipe makes a lot of stars. Keep them in an airtight container and you will have snacks all week long.
Edamame is a common lunchbox snack these days.
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.
Homemade caramel popcorn balls are a sweet treat and make a great alternative to store-bought candy.
Apple slices replace bread in this fun take on a lunchtime classic.
Getting kids to realize that fresh veggies are tasty and satisfying often comes down to a simple matter of presentation.
This is a quesadilla with an Italian accent.
The return to school in the fall is an exciting time for kids.
Bite-sized yogurt parfaits are an elegant addition to any table.
Celebrate eight days of light with easy-to-make shaped sandwiches.
This crowd-pleasing recipe is a fantastic combination of salty and sweet – you'd better make an extra batch!
These let you have a say about what's in your granola bars.
This smoothie is so thick you can eat it with a spoon.
This is a fun one to make with your kids.
Even your toddler can help you shape the cheese spread into miniature pumpkins and top them with pretzel or broccoli 'stems.'
Children and adults alike will flip for these homemade cheese crackers.
These individual puff pastry tarts are shaped to resemble small books.
A fresh twist on an old favorite, this sweet potato hummus is a hit with kids.
No doubt about it, all kids love to dip.