These apple cupcakes look just like apples, and are easy to whip up, plus a great addition to any Fall-themed party. Get the recipe from Short Order Mom here.
These are challengingly spicy for kids (cut back on the cayenne if you like), but satisfyingly salty-sweet for grown-ups. With festive wrapping, these make a great holiday gift.
These colorful chocolate pops make a great holiday gift, and kids can help with the fun recipe.
Mini-muffins make a good midday snack — loaded with fiber, they help kids feel full, which just may keep them away from the junk food. Sweet potatoes lend rich flavor to these baked treats.
This insanely good mix of sweet and salty is treacherously hard to stop eating. It's lots of fun to make, with plenty of lovely little jobs for kids to do, and with festive wrapping makes a great holiday gift for teachers and classmates, friends and family.
These vegetable wraps are easy for little hands to hold and yummy enough to please picky eaters.
Fruit rolls are a healthy snack and a big favorite with kids. These rolls are 100% fruit with no sugar and cheaper than store-bought. Try this simple, affordable recipe.
No Holiday cookie tray is complete without traditional cut-out sugar cookies. This is a simple recipe that rolls easily and bakes up delicious cookies perfect for decorating. Get Anne Coleman's great recipe here.
These delightfully unique oatmeal cookies get their extra special twist from cherries and sweet vanilla for a super flavor combination. Try Catherine Newman's recipe today.
These chewy cookies are, like German chocolate cake, loaded with pecans, coconut, and chocolate. They make a great lunchbox treat with some solid nutritious ingredients. Get Catherine Newman's scrumptious recipe here.