Pot O' Gold Rainbow Salt Art

Spread cheer and good luck to those around you, and hand out some rainbows-in-a-jar. You can easily make your own sand art with baby food jars, table salt and food coloring. Top the jars with a pot o’ gold lid and these colorful good luck charms will bring smiles this St. Patrick’s Day. While the […]

Kix Cereal Bracelets

I think making your own edible jewelry is a rite of passage for kids. Making edible bracelets out of cereal is not only a better alternative to stringing candy, but pieces of Kix are just the right size to mimic beads. A tapestry needle and elastic cord are all you’ll need to string cereal. Tapestry […]

Food Art: Pizza Roll Pull-Apart Heart Pizza

This heart-filled season, do you want to show a little love at snack time? But really quickly and with minimal preparation? Meant for sharing, this pull-apart heart pizza made from frozen Totino’s pizza rolls is the perfect after-school snack or light dinner to get the kids in the mood for Valentine’s Day. Pizza on top […]

Chocolate Kix Pretzel Hearts

Sweet and salty together is a classic combination. But sweet and salty with a touch of crunchy Kix makes a classic even better. These chocolate pretzel hearts topped with crushed Kix and a drizzle of even more chocolate may look as fancy as they are delicious, but using disposable decorating bags makes this treat both […]

Heart-Filled Lunch for Valentine's Day

Here’s a lot of love for lunch. This Valentine’s, fill their lunch box, bento box or plate with all kinds of delicious hearts to fall in love with. All you need are a couple of cookie cutters, and you can turn a boring sandwich into a statement of love. Cucumbers are much more interesting with […]

Silly Seal Sandwich

Sometimes creating animal art from a sandwich is as simple as cutting up pieces and rearranging them. No fancy or hard-to-find foods are necessary to make this cute seal. You just need a sandwich, a knife and a mini chocolate chip. If you like, set the Arctic scene with some icy blue water and Kix […]

3 Chinese New Years Crafts

This year, the Chinese New Year falls on January 31st, and my horse-obsessed daughter will be happy to know that 2014 will be the Year of the Horse. Here are three, easy, bright and festive crafts to help you celebrate one of the most important Chinese holidays. DIY Snack Bowls for Chinese New Year Turn […]

Edible Game Day Snack Cups

A snack cup made of snack mix that’s also a snack? These may win the clever award at your big game day party. And as a bonus, you’ll have fewer dishes to wash. (Although you may have a few more crumbs.) Fill these little, edible cups with dips, chips, veggies, berries or any of your […]

Cereal Box Valentine's Love Bugs

‘Tis the season…  to make pink and red, creepy, crawly love bugs with helping hands from your own little love bugs. This Valentine’s Day craft is fun and easy for kids to make, and fun and easy for even the littlest to help. Cereal boxes are the perfect weight cardboard to cut, decorate and keep […]

4 Mason Jar On-The-Go Kid Snacks and Treats

I know I’m not alone in my love of the affordable, accessible, reusable and pretty mason jar. I use mason jars as cups, as storage containers, as food containers, as vases, to package food gifts, for crafts… You name it, and you can probably find a way to include a mason jar. With the handy […]

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