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More than a nibble, but not quite a meal. These snacks will satisfy active, hungry kids.
These mini calzones are easy to assemble (kids can help!), so it doesn't take long to make a whole wreath's worth --perfect for a party appetizer or holiday treat.
Combine the taste of cheese pizza with the look of candy corn and--abracadabra!--you've got one crowd-pleasing snack.
Forget the front door. These bite-size wreaths -- whimsical enough to appeal to the smallest (and finickiest) guests -- are meant to deck your plate.
Creepy cuisine for a Halloween party
Moist and savory, these scones are a lovely alternative to biscuits or rolls at the holiday table. Present them to the host in a napkin-lined basket that's ready for serving.
Brrr-ing an open-faced bagel to life with veggie earmuffs and a colorful smile.
Thin tender pork cutlets, seasoned with herbs and buttermilk, make the perfect base for a hearty sandwich. Topped with coleslaw, this German favorite is a meal you can hold in two hands.
These sandwiches are easy to make and delicious. They are great in lunchboxes and so good-looking they can be served as starters to company.
Like crab cakes? Prepare to love these chicken patties. This recipe is a perfect way to use up leftover roasted chicken but elegant enough to serve to company.
Corn cakes are delicious as an appetizer or a light lunch with a side salad. Make these for your next brunch and prepare to hand over the recipe.
Wings always mean a party is about to begin, but imagine your guest's faces when they find out these wings are made with peanut butter. These babies are sure to please the kid in everyone.
Your child can't help the famously ravenous caterpillar turn into a butterfly, but she can help him metamorphose into a pizza! Shaping and topping dough are perfect jobs for a (supervised) young chef.