Terrific foods to pack for your next family road trip!
Here's a sweet twist on peanut butter and jelly that makes a great addition to your picnic spread.
These nutritious bites are easy to mass-produce and just as easy for players to pop in their mouths during halftime or whenever they need a boost.
In this ingenious trail mix recipe, melted chocolate is poured over the nuts, seeds, and fruit, so the kids eat all the goodness instead of just picking out the goodies.
These crunchy and creamy bite-size sandwiches are a cinch to put together.
These sweet, wholesome treats are sure to be a favorite with your family. Wrap each one in foil for an easy on-the-go breakfast, lunch box addition, or midday snack.
Tortillas make a stellar snack that's also a festive treat for July 4th.
These little corn muffins have the pizza flavor kids crave in a handy bite-size package. Eat them warm, right from the paper liners. A great after-school snack!
It won't take long to reel kids in for snack time with these sweet-and-salty goldfish.
How do you offer warm cheeseburgers at a potluck without a grill or skillet? Bake them in a loaf, of course! At the potluck, simply slice the loaf into individual servings for dipping in ketchup or mustard.
These flavor-packed savory scones make a great addition to your picnic menu.
Here are some of our favorite flavor combinations for festive tea sandwiches.
These veggie bites are an appetizing, eye-catching addition to any outdoor spread.
This super healthy and yummy snack makes a great addition to any slumber party, house party, or lunch box.
Get the best of two classics with this two-in-one recipe. Crisp on the outside and chewy within, this cookie is buttery and chocolaty, but not too sweet.
These cookie pretzels are popular throughout Germany at Christmastime.
Dates, walnuts, cinnamon, and vanilla mingling with the flavors of honey and apple jelly - this bar has something for everyone.
A plate of these very moist, rich chocolate bars won't last long after school — especially when accompanied by tall glasses of milk.
Bake your own herd of tasty, crunchy Animal Chips.
This old-time recipe makes a great primer for young holiday-cookie makers, since there's no baking involved.
Here's a treat no kid will leaf behind.
Edible serving containers make these salty-sweet snacks a no-mess, no-trash treat.
PB & J Bars
Balls of Energy
Chocolate-Drizzled Trail Mix
Cream Cheese Crisps
Homemade Granola Bars
Crispy Cheese Stars
Pepperoni Muffin Bites
School of Fish
Stuffed Cucumber Cups
Cranberry Nut Snack Mix
Chocolate-chip Oatmeal Cookies
Chocolate Pretzel Cookies
Date Nut Bars
Chocolate Granola Clusters
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