Need something quick? Try one of our fun summer snacks! For fuller and heartier meals, check out our collection of summer dinners.
It's one of life's snack mysteries: Putting food on a stick improves the flavor. This sweet kebob alternates fruit and marshmallow.
A creamy, juicy dessert for warmer days.
Using little cocktail sausages and threading them with mild onions and sweet sauce makes these simple kebabs kid-friendly and delicious!
Crunchy golden egg rolls wrap around savory chicken, onions and peppers for a delicious dinner the whole family will love. Try baking instead of frying for a more calorie-conscious version.
Even the most seafood-wary kids will usually make an exception for shrimp, especially shrimp coated with sweet and crispy coconut. Serve the dipping sauce in individual bowls for germ-free dunking fun.
These baked-potato mice are almost too gorgeous to eat! Makes 4 potato mice.
Cherry or grape tomatoes add a bite of sweetness to the cheesy filling in these savory little quiches. For smaller children, or appetizer-sized bites, cut the quiches into quarters.
This light dessert is fun for children to make. It works best with slightly under-ripe bananas.
You may never go back to store-bought nuggets after you've tasted these tasty nibbles. Skip the marinating stage if you're short on time, but the marinade does add delicious flavour to the chicken.
Amp up the allure of veggies by marinating them in sweet and tangy balsamic vinaigrette. Delicious and party-perfect served warm on skewers, they're also great as leftovers added to pasta sauces and salads.
This flavorful finger food will be gone in seconds. Store-bought wonton wrappers make prepping these delicious dumplings a snap. They can also be made ahead and stored in the freezer for up to a month.
These rice balls with melted cheese centers are delicious. Serve with a ready-made tomato sauce or make your own.