Make the end of the school year extra sweet by celebrating with these graduation party treats!
A devil's food cake mix and simple fudgy frosting result in these double-chocolate sandwich cookies that look store-bought, but taste so much better for being freshly homemade.
Light and fluffy, these cupcakes deliver the best of both worlds with chocolate-y cake topped with creamy, white chocolate frosting. Garnish with shaved milk chocolate or icing to triple the pleasure.
Festive ribbon is all that is needed to turn ordinary cupcakes into a bunch of balloons!
Congratulations! To celebrate, here is an easy-to-make Graduation Cap Pop!
Recipe for a graduation cake shaped like diploma.
Chocolate mortarboards from Spoonful.com to serve at your graduation party.
These lower-fat, bite-size chocolates make a thoughtful thank-you for your teacher at the end of the school year.
This sweet-sour sauce goes equally well with swordfish.
In Colonial days, when children learned the alphabet, their families celebrated by making gingerbread letters.
Whenever you have chicken leftovers, you can whip up this zesty chicken salad. Try piling it on a deli roll or a hot dog bun. This makes enough for four sandwiches.