So Thanksgiving is over and you have enough leftovers to last for days. There are only so many times you can reheat turkey and stuffing before the family balks. If you are looking for a new way to serve your Thanksgiving leftovers, you will love these tasty Stuffing Muffins. It’s like your favorite parts of Thanksgiving dinner have gotten together to form something new entirely. These take less than 30 minutes to make, start to finish.
These tasty little buttery, cheesy treats melt in your mouth. Comfort food at its best, with a crunchy top, these mini mac and cheese muffins are truly special.
Cornbread is as all American as apple pie. It can vary as to the region where it is made. For example, in the south it is often cooked in a frying pan and has a savory taste whereas in the north it has evolved to be sweeter and cake like. This recipe is a Pacific Northwest version made with highly nutritious blueberries.
Show off the sweet side of Stormtroopers with this Star Wars cupcakes recipe, perfect for your Star Wars themed party. Pair with a drink served in a Stormtrooper coffee mug!
What better way to celebrate our favorite characters than to make a cake in their honor? As the release date of Minions gets closer and closer, we have been brainstorming food ideas for our party – and we found the perfect fit! ! This Minion cake is cute, fun to make and an easy way to feel like a champion in the kitchen. Complete with licorice pants, peppermint patty eyes and chocolatey buttons – who wouldn’t want this at their next Minion party?
Do you have a tiny chef in your house? There are so many benefits to cooking with your child such as spending quality time together, kids feeling a sense of accomplishment, and encouraging mathematical thinking.
Superhero mug cake to the rescue! For those of you who don’t quite have the time to make a full-fledged cake, we’d like to introduce you to our super easy, super yummy Coffee Cup Chocolate Cake.
This just might be the most fun you will ever have making cute treats for a party, they’re quick, easy and oh-so-enjoyable to make!
Everyone’s had their fill of juicy turkey, steaming potatoes and sweet pumpkin pie and has moved to the living room for a post-dinner snooze, but the table’s still full of food! Whatever will we do with all those leftovers? In my family, leftovers are never a problem. I could eat cold turkey sandwiches for days.
I have been trying to encourage my kids to take more responsibility for themselves and the household. We talked about how we are all members of our family and everyone has to help to take care of the house. A simple place to start to teach these lessons is in the kitchen. My kids have learned how to clear their spot after finishing a meal. They scrape their plate clean and place it in the sink. They are eager and willing to help, so I thought I would increase their responsibility by teaching them to help clean up after cooking. After baking cheddar corn muffins, we worked on some basic rinsing skills at the sink.