Mom deserves a special meal on her special day. Gather your little kitchen helpers to make these simple brunch, dinner, and Mother's Day cake recipes to show her how much you appreciate her.
This super-simple recipe gives you all the flavor of old-fashioned homemade fudge, with a mere ten minutes of prep. Leave out the nuts if you have chocolate lover's who'll object, or add mini-marshmallows for an extra-sweet surprise.
Even the most seafood-wary kids will usually make an exception for shrimp, especially shrimp coated with sweet and crispy coconut. Serve the dipping sauce in individual bowls for germ-free dunking fun.
An alternative to birthday cake, these tempting treats are also great for neighborhood get-togethers, end-of-the-season sports parties or classroom celebrations.
Amp up the allure of veggies by marinating them in sweet and tangy balsamic vinaigrette. Delicious and party-perfect served warm on skewers, they're also great as leftovers added to pasta sauces and salads.
Swap out the usual cinnamon and raisins for vanilla and cherries, and become a born-again oatmeal-cookie fanatic. Buttery, crispy, chewy -- they've got everything you could want in a cookie. Does that sound like a dare to add chocolate chips? Go ahead.
If you've been searching for a rich, chewy, dark, decadent chocolate cookie that's like a cross between a brownie and a black hole, look no further. Made with melted chocolate, chocolate chips, and cocoa powder, these could best be described as epic.
The unlikely combination of apricots, cream cheese and white chocolate makes for a totally irresistible sweet treat. Ready in no time, and suitable for freezing, they're a great go-to option for parties, pot-lucks and classroom celebrations.
This chopped salad is fabulous even without the pita chips, which push it into sublime territory. Delicious and healthy, Turkish cuisine is perfect summer food for the whole family.
These scrumptious peanut noodles are a refreshing yet filling summer dish. They store easily in the refrigerator, so consider making a double batch that the whole family can snack on for days.
This salad has everything: Something sweet, something crunchy, something rich - and all of it nutricious. And it's a perfect recipe for the kids to help with.
Make this with the outrageously delicious brown butter sauce and it will be outrageously good, and your fish-dissing children will love it.
Though it may seem strange at first, egg-topped anything is quite the culinary rage these days for good reason -- the soft yolk melds right into the sauce to create a rich and silky texture.