Kids of all ages will love these chocolate-dipped cuties. Using prepackaged crispy rice treats will help keep the focus on the fun part – decorating! Stock up on chocolate sprinkles before you begin this project, you’ll need a little over one cup to give the hedgehogs their prickly appearance.
Give brownies and blondies a delicious, boozy twist with a splash (or two!) of your favorite brews.
Delicious, adorable and easy to whip up even for a big group of people, these sweet snowmen will delight everyone on your Christmas gift list.
Festive and oh-so-tasty, these colorful ornament cookie pops are almost too pretty to eat -- almost!
Cookie cutters aren't just great for baking, they also make a cute container for decadent fudge before packaging it up as a homemade holiday gift.
Looking for a unique homemade gift idea? Well, look no further! This sweet surprise is a Christmas decoration they can display, then devour.
A storebought snack cake gets all dressed up for Halloween with a layer of ooey-gooey chocolate and frosting bandages.
Turn tart apples, dried fruit and nuts or seeds into healthy treats for your favorite trick-or-treaters.
Looking for a fun Halloween project to do with the kids? Well, look no further! These candy-dipped apples look just like a friendly jack-o’-lantern or ghost and are as much fun to decorate as they are to munch.
Made from salty pretzels and creamy chocolate, there's nothing to fear from these delicious Halloween black cats.
Heather Baird of Sprinkle Bakes shares five quick and easy Easter treats that are almost too cute to eat.
Dye marshmallows instead of eggs this Easter.
These colorful speckled egg cakes make a cute addition to Easter baskets or spring dessert buffet tables.
With only three ingredients, you can make these tasty treats last minute.
These no-bake coconut almond candies are easy to make, and both kids and adults will love them.