Add some character to kids' treats and meals with these Disney-themed recipes.
Here’s a baby shower treat that’s guaranteed to make a splash -- a colorful school of cupcakes inspired by everyone’s favorite little lost-and-found clownfish.
Topped with vibrant red candy blossoms, these cupcakes make a great pick for a fairy party.
Stretch, a measuring tape, is one of Manny's trusty tools. He's a big help when Manny needs to get the job done right. Your little helpers will love making these Stretch-inspired frozen yogurt pops.
Inspired by Tinker Bell's slipper-style shoes, and in honor of the Christmas holiday, these cookie slippers come in green and red.
Create Minnie Mouse Silhouette Cake Pops, a recipe inspired by Minnie Mouse, with step by step instructions provided by Bakerella. Enjoy this fun craft with your kids and family.
A frittata: it's like a cross between an omelette and a quiche, but without a gooey inside (shudder) or a tricky crust (which I can be too lazy to make). And a frittata with a salad and some bread makes a perfect meal that your kids may eat uncomplainingl
Here’s a real find for Nemo fans — a cake that’s just as fun and colorful as the little lost clownfish. Baking and decorating it makes a great family activity for a rainy day.
Perry the Platypus is always popping up in surprising places - on top of your cupcakes, for example.
Here's a fun snack that sweetly sums up what fans know about Phineas and Ferb -- they're two smart cookies.
Kick off the 104 days of summer vacation with a fun and healthy Phineas and Ferb lunch!
When Phineas and Ferb transformed their backyard into a beachside paradise, Phineas won the surfing contest with a spectacular performance. Inspired by the board he rode to victory, these cupcakes make a great treat to "surf" up at a summer party.
Mr. Potato Head, everyone's favorite Toy Story wise guy, gets the sweet treatment in cake pop form.