Category: snacks

Halloween Dirt Cups – Pumpkin Patch Pudding Dessert

Dirt cups with gummy worms and pumpkins

These fun Halloween dirt cups will delight your kids in a spooky kind of way. They are super easy to make and would be fun to have on a Halloween party table.. I love this time of the year. It lets me be a kid again by making fun themed Halloween desserts. Your children will love…

Pretzel Recipes to Celebrate National Pretzel Day

These 20 Homemade Pretzel Recipes feature savory and sweet pretzel recipes as well as seasonal and sweet dessert recipes using pretzels.

Today we celebrate National Pretzel Day. Pretzels are great on their own and can also be used in so many recipes to add a salty crunch to them. In honor of this fun National Day, I have put together a collection of over 20 of my favorite Pretzel Recipes.  Some are great for any time…

Everything Goes Better with Chocolate!

Celebrate chocolate covered cashew day with these Chocolate Covered Recipes

Today is National Chocolate Covered Cashews Day!  As far as I am concerned, a bit of chocolate can go a long way towards making dessert recipes taste fabulous. Cashews are a perfect match to go with chocolate, but so are many other things!  In honor of this National Day, I found some delicious Chocolate Covered Recipes that will tempt…

Shamrock Pretzels – Fun St. Patrick’s Day Snack

Shamrock pretzel

I love playing with food.  Some of my favorite posts on this blog are sweet treats that have me being a bit of a kid while I make them.  These Shamrock Pretzels are simple to make and a lot of fun too.   Twist pretzels are the perfect treat to use for this snack.  They…

St. Patrick’s Day Fun Food & DIY

St. Patrick’s day is almost here. What are you planning to do to show the green?  This one day holiday welcomes fun the way we welcome spring at just about the same time – with a bang! These St. Patrick’s Day fun projects bring tasty food, decor and DIY to your home for one green…

Leprechaun Snack Mix – Time for Some Crunch!

Serving Leprechaun snack mix

 Trail mixes are a fun and easy way to combine your favorite treats into one easy to eat snack.  If you are having a celebration for St. Paddy’s Day, this sweet and salty Leprechaun Snack Mix is perfect for your party table. The snack mix is super easy to put together.  Really, it’s just a…

Patriotic Recipe Ideas

These Patriotic recipe ideas will get your holiday entertaining off to a great start. The Fourth of July is such a fun time to have friends over.  Many people have the day off, so it gives us a chance to entertain in the middle of the week during the day, which is always fun. These patriotic…

The Best Halloween Recipes – For Great Spook Appeal

Celebrate the holidays, spooky style, with these great Halloween recipes. All of the holiday seasons have great appeal for interesting recipes, but Halloween seems to be my favorite.  I love some of the ways that normal recipe ingredients can come together to delight both young and old with ghoulish, spooky appeal. This collection of Halloween recipes…

Banana Marshmallow Santa Head Treat

My Banana Marshmallow Santa hat EPIC FAIL DIY project.

Not all projects work out the way I intend them to and this cute little marshmallow banana Santa Head is definite proof of that. I found this cute project on Pinterest last year.  The website Creative Kid Snacks, no longer had it on their site and every site that shared it linked to a page…

Rice Krispie Candy Corn Turkey Balls

Rice Krispie Candy Corn Turkey Balls

These adorable Rice Krispie Thanksgiving Turkey balls are so sweet.  Let the kids help you make them, but they may not make it to the table! Ingredients: 3 tablespoons of butter or margarine 1 10-ounce package of regular marshmallows OR 4 cups of miniature marshmallows 6 cups Rice Krispies cereal 24 lollipop sticks or wooden popsicle sticks 1 12-ounce package…

Christopher Columbus Jello Boats

Christopher Columbus jello ships

Columbus Day Snack:  Christopher Columbus Sailing Ships This cute snack is a great idea to send to your child’s school to celebrate Columbus day. The recipe is simple.  Just use blue jello cups, add a skewer (could even be a pretzel for more fun) and add an orange slice. Top the whole thing off with…