Pretzel and Fruit Kabobs
This kid-friendly recipe is great for adults too.
- 1 bag thin stick pretzels
- 2 cups pineapples, mangos, apples, pears, strawberries, bananas, grapes and other seasonal fruits
- Cut the fruit into bite-size pieces and sprinkle with lemon juice to keep from browning.
- Skewer the pretzel sticks with the fruit and eat right away.
We help you think outside the (lunch)box.
Make sandwiches fun by cutting them into shapes.
Kids will love helping to assemble (then devour!) these creamy, crunchy treats.
These Rudolph-inspired reindeer cake pops are sure to delight your littlest Christmas party guests.
Sprinkle a little magic throughout your next party or birthday with these whimsical, unicorn-themed parfaits. They can be made a day ahead of time, and then decorated just before serving.
You scream, I scream we all scream for ice cream -- ice cream cupcakes, that is. These cute cupcakes baked and served in ice cream cones are sure to be crowd-pleasers.
Get kids involved in spreading kindness and joy for Random Acts of Kindness Day with these fun and easy ideas from HGTV.com.
When life hands you lemons, start a lucrative lemonade business.
Make your little one’s day truly magical with an enchanted unicorn cake. This single-digit cream tart confection is made with layers of sponge cake and buttercream and decorated with all kinds of sweet embellishments.
Turn a basic hard-boiled egg into an adorable hatching chick with a few simple materials. Kids will love this sweet addition to the holiday table.