There's nothing as sweet as a valentine you can eat. Your kids will love our selection of candies, classroom treats, breakfast ideas, heart-shaped desserts, and more!
These pancake are comforting and filling. Try adding chopped nuts or dried fruit for a special treat.
The best French Toast is made from the densest bread. Challah, brioche, and sourdough are all good choices, but if all else fails, a premium sandwich bread can stand up to the task.
A frozen banana is the backbone of a good smoothie. I never toss out over-ripe bananas -- I just peel them and store them in a bag in the freezer.
In honor of St. Valentine, hand some cake-decorating supplies to your kids and help them write sweet messages in icing.
This lovely dessert is easily assembled by chilling layers of gelatin and condensed milk -- and, even sweeter, it's low-fat.
Show your affection this Valentine's Day with a silly snack of hot-dog hearts.
B - Calling all sweetie pies! This homemade take on toaster pastries makes a lip-smacking valentine snack.
Spread some love on Valentine's Day by handing out these chocolate-filled candy canes.