What fun! Kids can see what's happening as they shake up simple ingredients and turn them into homemade ice cream.
For most American families, Independence Day probably signifies a picnic, a parade and fireworks. As we all kick back for the needed respite, it is easy to forget that we are celebrating our nation's birthday.
Don't wait for the festivals and fairs to treat the kids to
snow cones. Make them yourself!
A favorite summer treat? Popsicles! The frozen ice on a
stick that we all remember from our childhoods. Here are recipes
to help you make them at home for less!
As summertime approaches and parents pack the last lunches
and await the final report cards, they face a familiar worry:
What to do with the kids during the summer? Finding quality
childcare is time consuming and expensive, but leaving teens home
for the whole day can be worrisome for parents. How do you know
when it's time to let your teenagers and preteens stay by
themselves while you're at work?
This fruity ice cream treat is great on a warm summer day!
The recipe is easy enough for your kids to do, and makes four
Frosty Fruit Cones.
Keep kids entertained -- without breaking the bank.
Whether you take it along on a picnic or serve it at home
for a family supper, this updated "fried" chicken is a crowd
pleaser. Marinating the chicken in buttermilk keeps it juicy, and
the light coating of flour, sesame seeds and...