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Students will love these tasty snacks that can be prepared at their desks.
Invite your child to size up this edible hummingbird nest, and she'll find a pair of tiny candy eggs that are just about the same dimensions as the real thing!
Little boys and girls love to play in the dirt, and these delicious dessert cups allow them to really enjoy it.
My kids don't agree on much when it comes to what they like for dinner, but one exception is fried shrimp. This recipe mimics their crispy exterior, but because they are baked instead of fried, they're a much healthier option.
This hearty chili is tempered by the surprising addition of apple cider, which makes it a very kid-friendly dinner. Easy prep and rotisserie chicken make it mom-friendly too.
Featuring healthy and budget-friendly ground turkey, this Asian-inspired meal is easy to make and fun to assemble. Serve it as a lettuce wrap or spoon over steamed rice for a more filling meal.
There is nothing like the taste of fresh bread! Bake these yummy rolls for your lunch.
These baked-potato mice are almost too gorgeous to eat! Makes 4 potato mice.
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.
Turn a handful of bing cherries into a healthy treat that's as cute as a bug.
Made from nothing more than a small, round seedless watermelon, this spooky cerebral creation is bound to turn heads.
Striking party favors that double as edible name cards for the Thanksgiving table decorations.
Making kiwi faces is a lot like carving pumpkins — with a clever approach (plus a toothpick and some black-eyed peas), you can create an infinite number of moods.