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Students will love these tasty snacks that can be prepared at their desks.
Made from nothing more than a small, round seedless watermelon, this spooky cerebral creation is bound to turn heads.
Sugar cones transform into a village of handsome tepees with this fun Thanksgiving craft decoration that you can eat.
Striking party favors that double as edible name cards for the Thanksgiving table decorations.
This mini horn of plenty guarantees that hungry young guests will have something to nibble on. Set one at each place as a meal-starter, or make a bunch to serve as a kid-friendly hors d'oeuvre platter.
Here's a treat no kid will leaf behind.
This apple-phibious treat is so charming, your kids may not even notice that it's good for them.
These sourpusses are a clever way to slip vitamin C into your child's diet.
Invite your child to plant these "berry" delicious flowers on his or her plate.
Tell your kids it's time to make these tiny rice critters and see how they run to the kitchen.
Your child can brighten up his or her dinner plate with this vegetable sun.
Turn a handful of fresh snow peas into a school of fanciful fish.
Bring the incredible, edible alphabet to life for your little learner with these ABC-inspired foods that the two of you can talk -- or sing -- about before he gobbles them down.