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Change up dessert tonight: Serve them a sweet and creamy pudding or tart and springy gelatin.
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.
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.
This rice pudding is super simple to make, rich and creamy.
A thirsty family member is the perfect target for this glassful of April Fools' trickery that's impossible to drink.
Grab a spoon and toast the New Year with a cool, sparkly dessert that wiggles.
This lovely dessert is easily assembled by chilling layers of gelatin and condensed milk -- and, even sweeter, it's low-fat.
Kids will get a giggle out of preparing this pudding dessert -- while learning a painless lesson in cooperation, teamwork, and sharing.
Top your holiday table with a beautiful — and bountiful —dessert.
The silky smooth, irresistibly creamy texture of panna cotta comes from combining sweet cream with gelatin.
This refreshing treat is a great fit for your summer party.
Our version of this baked, colonial American dessert contains apples and raisins, combined with the traditional ingredients of cornmeal and molasses.