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Great bake sale ideas or picnic treats your family will love.
Brownies could never truly be called health food. But Purple Puree gives them a little less fat and a bit more nutrition.
Turn gooey s'mores into a tidy treat with this campfire or cookout dessert. The sweet, kid-favorite flavors aren't lost in this translation -- just the sticky fingers!
Sarah Phillips, author of "The Healthy Oven Baking Book" and founder of baking911.com, tweaked an old family brownie recipe and came up with a moist, chocolaty treat with less fat and sugar than the typical version.
Gooey and packed with chocolate, brownies are always a big hit with kids.
A plate of these very moist, rich chocolate bars won't last long after school — especially when accompanied by tall glasses of milk.
This tempting autumn treat lets young bakers combine the best flavors of the season.
In addition to being gooey and delicious, this variation on a classic snack -- s'mores -- comes with a lesson about resourcefulness and ingenuity.
Baking a batch of these lightly spiced brownies is a great way to celebrate the Mexican holiday Cinco de Mayo (May 5).
With creamy lemon filling and a buttery crust, these classic bars offer the perfect combination of sweet and tart.
Bursting with flavor, these bars combine a spicy-and-sweet crust (thanks to gingersnaps and coconut) with a delightfully tart filling.
These are layered and luscious -- so rich that I only make one pan -- although, you know the kids would like a pan each.
I have a theory about children and desserts: the more sweet items crammed into one recipe, the better they like it.