Make the holiday season sweeter with these delectable Christmas food gifts.
The Rocheleaus of Surprise, Arizona, came up with this kid-friendly twist on the classic fingerprint cookie: as well as jelly, they fill their cookies with Nutella, honey, mini chocolate chips, and any other tasty toppings they have on hand.
Instead of mere visions of sugarplums, you and your child can make the real thing with this easy recipe.
Set your kids to snowflake snipping and make our one-of-a-kind wintry snacks.
An edible holiday wreath, what a great idea!
From the kitchen of Randall S., Katy, Texas
From the kitchen of Debbie A., Downey, California
From the kitchen of Mariana D., New Windsor, New York
This holiday season, host an authentic tea party for your kids, starring a batch of shortbread.
These cookies, chock-full of finely chopped nuts, are so delectable that many countries claim their own variation.
Not just an item at your local latte shop, these super-chocolatey treats are surprisingly easy to make at home. Serve with hot cups of java, or wrap up prettily with a bow as a special gift.
Deep, dark chocolate finds the perfect partner in the citrus-y zest of these cookies. Serve with mugs of hot, steaming tea or rich hot chocolate for double the pleasure.
These rich, no-bake morsels are utterly decadent and packed with chocolate-y flavor. Make the night before so they have time to properly set, then unveil and impress your guests.