The petals of this flower are the cut scones; the center of the flower, a mound of apricot preserves. For a fetching presentation, slide this off the baking sheet and onto your fanciest serving dish.
Don't let this dish's distant origins fool you -- the classic flavors of North Africa are probably already in your spice cabinet.
Switch your child's usual sandwich for this delicious lunch dip.
These easy-to-make bars are packed with flavor and nutrients, and low in calories.
Your guests will waddle in for some yummy penguin cupcakes.
These super sweet little mice are as much fun to make as they are to eat.
It won't take long to reel kids in for snack time with these sweet-and-salty goldfish.
Instead of mere visions of sugarplums, you and your child can make the real thing with this easy recipe.
These edible peepers may be a frightful sight, but here's the good news: made with three kinds of dried fruit, they're naturally sweet and nutritious.
Every Christmas, guest contributor Cynthia Caldwell lets her kids leave their mark on these jam-filled cookies.
Apricot Scone Flower
Moroccan Lamb & Apricot Kebobs
Apricot Yogurt Dip
Fruit-and-Nut Energy Bars
Chocolate Church Mice
School of Fish