Find five easy recieps that you can use when camping out, or just camping out in the back yard.
Quesadillas are one of the quickest, easiest kid-friendly meals you can make for dinner, snacks, or to pack in a lunch box. Cut one into strips for sharing, or leave it whole to be eaten like a taco. The simple recipe with just cheese can be made in only a few minutes.
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This flavorful dip is a good source of protein, gorgeously green, and very fresh tasting. It not only encourages the rampant eating of veggies — it also has vegetables actually in it already!
This tangy crowd-pleaser is the love child of ranch dressing and Greek tzatziki: creamy, cucumbery, and addictive. It's delicious with an array of cooked and raw veggies and pita chips.
This recipe showcases the alchemy of candymaking at its most thrilling: An odd gray mixture first fills your kitchen with the depressing scent of horse hooves, then billows up into white clouds of exquisite marshmallow. It's lots of fun to make, and so extravagantly delicious that you'll want to taste it before wrapping it up festively for teachers and classmates, friends and family.
Turn fresh asparagus into tasty, golden rafts with this playful recipe.
Here's an easy and elegant way to enjoy fresh asparagus. Your child can help you with this delicious recipe.
Most football parties consist of fans of one single team with everyone rooting for the same side, but what happens when you have rivals in your midst? Ply them with good food. These are so easy.
Making homemade granola is simple and lets you control the sugar and fat content — and your child can help.