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This crowd-pleasing recipe is a fantastic combination of salty and sweet – you'd better make an extra batch!
Shaped cookies are a holiday tradition because they're fun to cut out, decorate and exchange with family and friends.
Inspired by the beauty of winter, these delicious and easy-to-make cupcakes make a festive addition to any party.
Celebrate eight days of light with easy-to-make shaped sandwiches.
The only thing more fun than a spinning dreidel is one made of gooey marshmallow and decadent chocolate.
Homemade caramel popcorn balls are a sweet treat and make a great alternative to store-bought candy.
Bite-sized yogurt parfaits are an elegant addition to any table.
Let all of your guests participate in the big reveal with these cupcakes.
This recipe makes a lot of stars. Keep them in an airtight container and you will have snacks all week long.
No doubt about it, all kids love to dip.
The combination of blueberries and banana pudding is not only delicious, but creates a beautiful visual presentation when served layered in mini parfait glasses.
Topped with blueberries and whipped cream, your guests are sure to love these delightful lemon tartlets.
Look for carrot decorations made of sugar – or just use orange sprinkles – to add a colorful touch to the top of your cupcakes.
These sweet treats look so much like cute little seedlings, your party guests will probably be happily surprised to learn that they're edible!
Adding fresh lemon zest and juice to a classic vanilla cupcake lends brightness for spring.
This easy three-layer lemon coconut cake not only tastes delicious, but also coordinates perfectly with the baby shower.
This recipe allows you to create a miniature cake just for your baby while leaving you with plenty of bites for everyone else.
To please a myriad of taste buds, you can also use plain vanilla or chocolate cupcakes with this recipe.
This classic yellow cake recipe is a crowd-pleaser with kids of all ages and works well with a number of different flavored frostings.
Always a crowd pleaser, sugar cookies are now a year-round favorite.
These sweet cupcakes lend a bit of whimsy to your Easter decor and look festive when placed on a tiered table centerpiece.
Kids can create their own polka- dot patterns on the apples by applying jumbo black and orange sprinkles before the caramel dries.
Children can help make these adorable turkeys while the adults prepare the real meal, then snack on them while they're waiting for dinner.
Your children will love the taste of the pumpkin tart and crispy marshmallow on top.
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.
S'mores are such an easy dessert to make, and kids of all ages are drawn to them.
Two pieces of dough in different colors are twisted together to create adorable candy cane-shaped cookies.
When these cookies are hung from a Christmas tree, light shines through the colorful candy centers, creating a beautiful stained-glass effect.
Sugar and spice and everything nice ... that's what these are made of!
With two colors of royal icing, these chocolate shortbread cookies are a beautiful alternative to classic Christmas sugar cookies.
The texture and flavors of these gluten-free gingerbread cookies are so perfect, they may just replace your regular gingerbread cookie recipe.
This simple method for creating a whimsical cookie is the perfect way to involve young children.
The glaze on these cookies creates a shiny hard coating, making it a delicious and functional base for decorating.
Not only is this pasta salad incredibly tasty and easy to make, it's absolutely perfect for a robot-inspired party!
Food is always more fun when it's on a stick.
Putting pinwheels on a skewer will not only add a bit of fun to a lunchbox but it will also help hold the spirals together.
Warm chicken soup is like a thermos full of love!
Sandwiches in creative shapes make for a fun new experience. Keep several cutout shapes on hand so you can keep your child guessing.
Getting kids to realize that fresh veggies are tasty and satisfying often comes down to a simple matter of presentation.
Children and adults alike will flip for these homemade cheese crackers.
Grated Parmesan cheese adds protein and a huge hit of flavor to basic popcorn.
Even your toddler can help you shape the cheese spread into miniature pumpkins and top them with pretzel or broccoli 'stems.'
These chicken skewers are healthy and light, and they can easily be cooked ahead of time.
These refreshing, non-alcoholic martinis are the perfect accompaniment for a yellow and gray themed baby shower.
After a long day of playing in the sun, few things are more appealing than a glass of homemade lemonade.
This punch is festive and fun for Halloween, but parents don't have to feel guilty about what's in it.
Children will feel very grown-up as they sip their special drinks while enjoying the Thanksgiving festivities.