Celebrate Earth Day with these fun ideas for afternoon snacks and treats!
Ingredients from all around the world make these sweet snacks a great way to celebrate Earth Day.
Welcome spring with this easy-to-create garden of beautiful buds.
These nutritious bites are easy to mass-produce and just as easy for players to pop in their mouths during halftime or whenever they need a boost.
Mother Nature never tasted so good!
These pinecone look-alikes make a tree-mendous after-school snack or fall party food.
This creative crudités makes eating veggies fun -- especially when kids can dip the petals in our easy-to-mix ranch dressing.
Make a darling gumdrop cake to celebrate spring -- or any special day!
Turn a handful of bing cherries into a healthy treat that's as cute as a bug.
Make an earth cupcake with wiggly worms on top.
Your child can brighten up his or her dinner plate with this vegetable sun.
This clever creation, inspired by Spoonful guest Maryanne DaCosta from East Hanover, New Jersey, turns fresh fruit into a festive, healthy snack that really makes the grade.
Invite your child to plant these "berry" delicious flowers on his or her plate.
This apple-phibious treat is so charming, your kids may not even notice that it's good for them.
These crowd-pleasers are a snack parents won't mind their kids filling up on.
Combine high-protein quinoa with fresh fruit, crunchy nuts, and a light citrusy dressing for a healthy picnic side dish.
A few Thanksgivings ago, Renee Z. replaced a richer dish traditionally served at her family's get-togethers with this lighter and healthier bean dish, and it was gobbled up.
Instructions for creating an edible puzzle cake.
Create some buzz at your little honey's garden-, flower-, or bug-themed party with this simple cake and its cookie swarm.
Surprise your kids with these adorable springtime tweets.
Inspired by the traditional holiday garland, this trail mix recipe turns a medley of good-for-you ingredients into a delicious cinnamon-scented treat.
Serve one of these ice-cream volcanoes topped with luscious strawberry lava as the centerpiece for a totally hot tropical party.
Here's a treat hungry students are sure to dig: baby carrots planted in tasty dip.
These sweet, wholesome treats are sure to be a favorite with your family. Wrap each one in foil for an easy on-the-go breakfast, lunch box addition, or midday snack.
Mix up some chocolate and coconut for these neat candy cups.
Not every kid loves vegetables, but it's a rare child that doesn't love chips, and these oven-fried veggies are a winning marriage of the two.
Earth Day Bars
Flower Power Cake
Balls of Energy
Bug Mountain Cake
Pining for a Snack?
Vegetable Flowers with Homemade Ranch Dip
Gumdrop Garden Cake
The Cherry Hungry Caterpillar
W Is For Worms Cupcake
Yellow Pepper Sun
Ladybugs on a Stick
Quinoa Salad with Apples and Almonds
Southern Green Beans
Spring Puzzle Cake
Sweet Beehive Cake
Tree-Trim Trail Mix
Homemade Granola Bars