Change up dessert tonight: Serve them a sweet and creamy pudding or tart and springy gelatin.
A fluffy custard-topped pudding that makes a special-occasion treat.
Make a cupcake made of Jell-O.
When made of Jell-O®, this creature isn't such a frightful fellow. He is, however, a wee bit jiggly -- and sure to make your children giggly.
We'll be very surprised if this isn't the creamiest custard you've ever eaten. It's so good, it might even upstage your holiday pumpkin pie.
Here's a recipe that turns humble ingredients -- bread, eggs, milk, and raisins -- into a rich and satisfying dessert. It also makes for a tempting breakfast item reheated in the microwave and served with milk, cream, or yogurt.
This gelatin snack is a fun and creative way to sneak fruit into your child's diet.
A thirsty family member is the perfect target for this glassful of April Fools' trickery that's impossible to drink.
An Armenian Christmas pudding.
When reader Dana K. was a child, her family would pile into their station wagon for Sunday dinner with her grandparents, Ethel and Al Mann of New Castle, Pennsylvania. It was, as she recalls, dinner in the great American tradition: roast beef and potatoes
A tasty breakfast recipe inspired by the Disney movie Mulan.
Little boys and girls love to play in the dirt, and these delicious dessert cups allow them to really enjoy it.
Don't let the drab word 'gelatin' put you off. This wonderful, toddler-friendly dessert is fresh, bright, and 100 percent tastier than boxed gelatin desserts.