You may be pressed for time, but that doesn't mean you can't throw together these easy peanut butter cookies. With just four ingredients, they're a snap.
These chocolaty treats are perfect for a packed dessert, and the kids won't even know they're stuffed with veggies. Make sure to include a Horizon organic single-serve milk box to wash it down with — they're the perfect pairing.
Plain old chocolate chip cookies are getting boring, mama. Add a little bit of a party to their lunch box by slipping in a couple of these cake batter chocolate chip cookies. The bright sprinkles and taste of cake make the whole lunch feel like a celebration.
These rice cereal treats are a copycat version of Starbucks star treats, but they'll do a lot less damage to your wallet. Make up a batch and delight your kiddo at lunchtime.
These delicious bars shine with the winning combo of chocolate and peanut butter, and the added crunch gives an unexpected twist. The fact that they're no-bake makes them a no-brainer for quick lunch treats.
Every cookie doesn't have to be unhealthy. This sweet treat is made with vegan, gluten-free ingredients, and throws in some veggies to help it even further up the healthy scale.
Now that school's back in session, the kids are probably wishing for a little taste of summer. These watermelon blondie bars will hit the spot — they look and taste like a slice of the season.
All kids love cookies, and these muffins taste just like snickerdoodles. The crunchy cinnamon sugar topping will be a favorite with the kiddos.
Not many kids would turn down a cupcake for lunch, but that sweet treat isn't exactly portable. That all changes with this ingenious method of baking the cupcake in a jar. The fact that this dessert tastes just like a creamsicle? Icing on the cake.
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