Try making your family this breakfast recipe for yummy Strawberry Stuffed French Toast.
See what fruits and vegetables come into season during spring, and find recipes that maximize their fresh flavor. In-season fruits and vegetables taste better, and are better for the environment, since produce doesn't have to be shipped all the way from the southern hemisphere. You also have a better chance of finding organic goods, which are better for your family.
Last minute is no problem with these. Chocolate-dipped strawberries are pretty, classy and easy to do.
Cobbler usually evokes thoughts of cooler days when the desire for comfort food runs high. When the cobbler is made with berries, though, it's all springtime to me. This cobbler is little on the cheating side, using canned biscuits in lieu of homemade dough and frozen berries replacing the usual fresh. My husband is just crazy about this and all but one of the kids consumed it like there was no tomorrow. I like it for the intense flavor from so few ingredients.
Packed with protein from cheese and fiber from juicy pears, this out-of-the-ordinary quesadilla makes a healthy and delicious snack or lunch dish for kids, and they can help you prepare it.
For a super summertime dessert that's low in sugar but high in flavor, serve this quick and refreshing watermelon "cake." It's a beautiful addition to any party or potluck, and kids love it.
This easy and delicious recipe brings to mind a Creamsicle from the ice cream truck, only it's healthier.
This refreshing summer treat is easy to make and packed with delicious fruit.
This homemade cranberry sauce recipe is a surefire hit for your holiday meal. Get Catherine Newman's easy recipe here.
Juicy pears are the star of this flavorful baked dessert.