I've been baking this banana bread for over 10 years, and never once have I messed it up. It is, without fail, the most delicious breakfast-y easy-bake bread you can make, and seriously, it doesn't get cinchier than this.
Nom your way through Thanksgiving with just a touch of
homemade fabulousness. Sure, Mom and Dad can handle the turkey. But dessert?
Dessert’s all you, babe.
Grab a roll of refrigerated pie dough and a small cookie
cutter. Cut out shapes, pop...
Baking a cake is tons of fun, but let's face it: It takes time to make that baby look and taste amazing. On school nights, especially, you need a homemade treat that you can whip up in just a few...
Here is a fun spin on the traditional banana split. Rather
than using ice cream as the glue that holds all the sweet treats together,
these banana splits rely instead on frozen banana. With a bit of pineapple and
chocolate, a touch of...
Gift your glamazons with a
ghoulish good time this October. We're loving these old-school candy necklaces from Courtney Dial Whitmore's latest cookbook, Candy Making for Kids. Follow her recipe for a monstrous good time, or mix it up with your own...
Let your kids create their own box of chocolates! They could eat 'em up themselves or wrap them in a pretty be-ribboned box and present them to their 'rents when they get home.
What You'll Need:
bags of white and dark chocolate...
Tired of giving the kids lackluster lunch options? Pick three or four from each category, set 'em up on the kitchen table and let the kids create their own sandwiches! This way they'll get to pick what they want, so...
Getting sick of Granny Smiths? Try this decadent dip for a real Golden Delicious. This recipe takes a sweet twist on always good-for-you apples. It's cool for an after-school proj with the kids. Wanna score some extra points with the...
Snow day! What are you doing?
Duck the halls (and yourself) with
these pretty Duck Tape projects. Click HERE for the super simple
tutorials that'll have you singing "Fa, la, la, la, la."
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