Budget Friendly Dinners To Kick Off The New Year

Happy New Year! This time of year is always filled with reflection and goal making. Many may look to save additional income and in light of the current government shutdown in the US, this is especially true. That is why today’s post is all about Budget Friendly Dinners to Kick Off The New Year. OverContinue reading “Budget Friendly Dinners To Kick Off The New Year”

5 Holiday Desserts You Can Make With Your Kids

Time to celebrate the holidays! These “5 holiday desserts you can make with your kids” are a fun way to celebrate the season all month long.  How can you go wrong with recipes like Candy Cane Cookies, Dark Chocolate Peppermint Bark, Yule Log Cake, Reindeer Bark and Cinnamon Snowball Cookies. These recipes vary from easyContinue reading “5 Holiday Desserts You Can Make With Your Kids”

One Dozen Molasses Oatmeal Raisin Cookies For The Fall Season

There is nothing better than baking a new recipe and your entire family not only loves it but they finish the whole batch in two days. That’s exactly what happened with these soft Molasses Oatmeal Raisin Cookies. The recipe only make 12 cookies, which is a reasonable amount to bake so you don’t feel tooContinue reading “One Dozen Molasses Oatmeal Raisin Cookies For The Fall Season”

Homemade Sight Word Cookies You Can Make With Your Kids

Sight Word Cookies were inspired by the new little reader in my house. My kitchen helper started Kindergarten this year and has been enjoying all the new math, reading and writing challenges. Once he started showing an interest in reading and working on mastering all his sight words I thought it would be fun toContinue reading “Homemade Sight Word Cookies You Can Make With Your Kids”

Baking With Kids: Baked Coffee Cake Donuts (+Video)

My kitchen helper recently had a half day of school and we planned on having his friend over for the afternoon. It was a perfect time to set up a Baking With Friends session. The two worked together before to make some amazing Applesauce Oatmeal Bread so why not try something new. Baked Coffee CakeContinue reading “Baking With Kids: Baked Coffee Cake Donuts (+Video)”

10 Kid Approved Halloween Desserts They Can Make With You

The school year has started and before you know it the holiday season will be here. Halloween costumes, pumpkins, mum plants and apple cider donuts are already in the stores and local fall fairs have opened their gates. Children are always so excited to get dressed up in costumes and act silly with their friends.Continue reading “10 Kid Approved Halloween Desserts They Can Make With You”

Baking With Friends Feature: S’mores Cookies

“Look deep into nature and you will understand everything better.”  Albert Einstein The great outdoors are the inspiration for our school’s latest auction.  We are raising money for a new “outdoor classroom,” an open air space adapted to the young learner. It’s a place for children to explore and play,  while reaping the benefits ofContinue reading “Baking With Friends Feature: S’mores Cookies”

Easy One Bowl Cinnamon Chip Pumpkin Scones

September is here and it’s time to start baking with pumpkin. It’s one of my favor dessert flavors and excited that my kitchen helper enjoys it too. Actually, my kitchen helper’s favorite ingredient is cinnamon and when I received a bag of cinnamon chips as a gift, yes that’s my idea of a gift, IContinue reading “Easy One Bowl Cinnamon Chip Pumpkin Scones”

Top 3 Recipes To Make ( & Taste) With Children Ages 2+

This week my kitchen helper started kindergarten and it’s hard to believe we started this Make & Taste adventure three years ago. Over this time we have made over 220 recipes together and traveled to local destinations for food inspiration. I was reflecting back to the recipes that he has enjoyed the most over theContinue reading “Top 3 Recipes To Make ( & Taste) With Children Ages 2+”

Making Homemade Dill Pickles With Kids

Summer has been packed with fun day trips and overnight adventures. During our break my kitchen helper and I volunteered at his school to prepare the gardens for the new school year. We noticed that pickling cucumbers were growing in one of the beds and I instantly knew we had to try making homemade dillContinue reading “Making Homemade Dill Pickles With Kids”