Mix up a batch of these breakfast cookies for a healthy and tasty anytime of day snack.
Category: In the Kitchen
Have the kids help make this easy and tasty version of a Thanksgiving classic.
The white stuff typically evades us here in the Pacific Northwest. But that doesn’t mean we want to build a snowman any less. We usually end up making a pilgrimage to the mountains at least once a year to play in the snow. This morning, we took our latest kid- favorite breakfast to the next
Here’s a fun natural food coloring experiment. For dyeing the eggs, you will need: Hard boiled eggs, peeled Turmeric powder – 1/4 cup (yellow) Purple cabbage, shredded – 1/2 cup (blue) Red beets, sliced – 1/2 cup (red) Water – 9 cups divided White vinegar – 3 tbsp divided Table salt – 1 tbsp salt
Super-simple, three-ingredient Potato Candy (have the kids help!) Mash half of a medium-sized baked potato (about 2.5 oz) in a large bowl. Gradually mix in powdered sugar with a fork (about 16 oz) until it forms a pie dough-like consistency. Roll the dough out about an 1/8th inch thick into a rectangular shape, use more