Summertime is full of requests for snacks, and we hand out a few more than usual here with the kids spending more time outside and being active. Because of this, I take extra care to provide balanced, nutritious snacks as
Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to do something a little extra special for the kids–something that will make them feel loved. These Cupid’s Arrow String Cheese Valentine’s Day snacks were…
Will cold cocoa make a marshmallow melt? This and many other questions were answered through this Melting Snowman Activity. My boys are always asking for marshmallows in their cocoa. Inspired by everything snowman lately, I decided to give
Crafts you can eat. Could there be anything more wonderful? These Christmas snack ideas are sure to brighten up lunch or snack time during the holiday season. The best part? They’re a healthier option and kid-friendly. These candy canes, Christmas trees, snowflakes, reindeer, and…
You know the old rule “don’t play with your food”? Ya, that doesn’t apply to us. We are always playing with your food. In fact, I encourage my kids to get creative with food (within reason, of course.). Pretzels were
With St. Patrick’s Day in a couple weeks, I have rainbows on my mind–foods, projects…I’ll be sharing a few. While we don’t necessarily celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, I love any excuse to do a rainbow craft or recipe. To kick
Sandwich cookie balls. Oreo balls. Whatever you call them, they’re delicious.
We needed a treat for my boys to bring with to their Awana class for the Valentine’s Day party. Um…I just knew I had to make these cookie balls.
I asked myself…
Star Wars. My boys are obsessed. As much as I loved making my Yoda Cupcakes as part of my son’s Star Wars party, I needed a second type of themed cupcakes that I could make more of more quickly. Something simple. Something fun.