Relishing the start of the school year? Enough to bake a cake? Here are some ideas to send kids back to class with the right amount of fanfare.
These clever snacks, filled with tuna and topped with cheddar cheese sails, carry on the seaside theme.
Small, crustless sandwiches seem very genteel to kids--just the right prop for a spontaneous game of tea time. And just wait until they get a load of a small, crustless sandwich that swirls.
These fancy pancakes are a tasty alternative to our standard fare.
With the help of a waffle iron, you can make a delicious, buttery version of French toast.
These scrumptious muffins are an amazing way to start your day.
Get your kids to eat their veggies with this tasty sandwich.
These little sandwiches make the perfect finger foods for picky eaters.
It's one of life's snack mysteries: Putting food on a stick improves the flavor. This sweet kebob alternates fruit and marshmallow.
There is no better way to use up a bunch of overripe bananas than to make banana bread. Unlike most homemade breads, this one tastes best when it's a day old.
One of the tastiest ways to give your children their favorite vegetables is in a pocket bread.
The easiest and most basic of all chicken recipes is also the best way to showcase this particular cut in all its wholesome goodness. Serve with savory sauteed mushrooms and green salad for a perfect meal.
Choose any colors you like, but use food coloring sparingly. One drop at a time.