Puff pastry stars are glazed with green sugar then stacked to make these cute 3-D Christmas trees. You can put individual Christmas trees at each place setting for Christmas dinner, or group a few of them together for an edible centerpiece. They're super easy to make and require very little decorating.Read Full Story
Can you believe Disney's Frozen is still going so strong? I mean the movie was released in 2013 and it's still making a gazillion dollars in revenue. My 7-year-old is most definitely a Frozen fanatic and loves (loves) everything remotely Frozen themed. It could be an old dirty dish rag and if it had Queen Elsa on it, she'd want it. So instead of a dirty dish rag, I figured I'd make her some cookies.Read Full Story
Remember how when you were a kid, everything in the kitchen was so amazing during the holiday season? Why not bring a bit of that baking magic to your little ones this year? Not only are these projects fun — and tasty — but they might just help you start a new holiday tradition for your whole family.Read Full Story
Holidays and sugary treats go hand-in-hand. This year, instead of reaching for processed foods and artificially-colored candies, try these simple swaps for healthier classroom treats that your kids will love so much, they won't even realize they're better for them!Read Full Story
'Tis the season for gingerbread! With Christmas quickly approaching, it's time to bust out the ginger, grab some spiked eggnog and bake you (and Santa) a big batch of gingerbread biscotti. All the taste of Starbucks without the high cost!Read Full Story
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