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Try these scrumptious muffins and breads for a good morning. They're great in packed lunches, too!
Any way you slice it, this pumpkin spice bread won't last long once your kids sample it. That's why this recipe makes two loaves.
This double-braided bread, studded with nuts, raisins and dried fruits, is made by Czech families around the world during the holidays.
Your child can serve up a simple but equally impressive treat--mini pastries filled with Mom's favorite fruit preserves.
A wonderfully sweet breakfast treat, or a great alternative to the boring dinner roll.
Invite your kids to shape this classic white bread dough into snowmen. When the snowmen are baked, the kids can tie on ribbon scarves and present their edible sculptures to teachers and friends.
The petals of this flower are the cut scones; the center of the flower, a mound of apricot preserves. For a fetching presentation, slide this off the baking sheet and onto your fanciest serving dish.
Topped with butter and jam, homemade English muffins are a real treat any day of the year--but these heart-shaped ones make a particularly unforgettable breakfast or snack for your child to make and share on Valentine's Day.
When Judi Heer, proprietor of German John's Bakery in Hillsborough, New Hampshire, first made these orangey, pumpkin-shaped loaves, it was just for fun.
There's no mistaking the difference between packaged store-bought bagels and ones that are fresh-baked. So although it takes a little time, making a batch from scratch can be quite rewarding and fun.
This muffin recipe is particularly tasty around the holidays.
This muffin recipe smells and tastes particularly good on cold, weekend, or holiday mornings.
This playful combination of bagels, cream cheese and veggies makes a special and nutritious breakfast treat.