Mac n’ cheese, undoubtedly, tops my desert island foods list. Classic, comforting, and delicious, it’s no wonder kids everywhere carry on the mac n’ cheese legacy by claiming it as their favorite meal. So what could possibly make mac n’ cheese even more kid-friendly? Turn it into cupcakes. Better yet, add a crunchy topping to […]
It’s here! Football season, of course. Kids as young as five years old participate in organized football leagues and clubs all over the country, while their parents wildly cheer them on from the stands. Football is a time-honored tradition in the U.S. and many people make it a family affair. Kids and parents alike flock […]
PB & J on white bread, maybe the crusts are cut off. Snooze! PB & J spaceship filled with aliens and hurtling through space? Muuuuuch better. And you needn’t stick with peanut butter and jelly to make this fun sandwich. Ham and cheese, avocado and tomato, egg salad, pickles and beets? The beauty of this […]
Sure, you can have ants on a log. But wouldn’t you rather have adorable, smiling caterpillars crawling across your peanut butter-stuffed celery sticks? Peanut butter in celery sticks was my go-to snack when I was a kid. Bugs would have made these way, way better, and it’s not often bugs make something way, way better. […]
Add a little pumpkin spice kick to your regular Kix cereal for an autumn flair of fun! This sweet snack is easy to make, is done in 5 minutes, and even the kids can help make it. Great for just grabbing and eating, or for topping a tasty yogurt and apple parfait! You will need: […]
Fall’s in the air, and that means some early wake-ups are coming. Here’s a way to make breakfast worth bouncing out of bed for: Smoothie Poppers!
Packing up for a Labor Day away—or wishing you were headed to a campground? Just a few extra supplies (noodles, glue, googly eyes, pom-poms, birdseed, yarn) plus nature’s bounty (twigs, pine cones) will add creative, nature-themed activities to your weekend of R&R, plus we added a camping cake for staycation fun. 1) Make a […]
Finger foods are great for travel, the playground, or even just hanging out at home. They’re also super for your kid’s sports activities since you can make them for a quick and easy on-the-go snack. Making your own snack mix means that you decide what goes into it, giving you the control over what your […]
It’s a favorite summer tradition: a drippy, melting and delicious ice cream cone. But sometimes you want just a little sweet something to share. Make a batch of these teeny Kix cereal cone treats to have and to hold, plus no melted mess. First, melt 1¼ cups white vanilla baking chips in a microwavable bowl […]
Make these yogurt pops for a sweet summer snack! They’re easy: Mix together yogurt, orange juice, and KiX. Then divide the mixture up into small paper cups, and stick a plastic spoon into the mix. Freeze, then enjoy.