These fun, creative edible centerpieces are sure to be the star of any holiday party, and they're easy enough for kids to help with.
Get ideas for fun and easy ways to add sprinkles to your holiday creations.
May flowers bring joy — the kind of joy that inspired me to break out my brushes so that I could paint and capture what I saw on ... cookies!
The Olympic rings symbolize peace, goodwill and global solidarity. Get into the spirit of the winter games in Sochi, Russia, by celebrating with these cute and colorful Olympic-ring cookies.
Love and chocolate. That's what Valentine's Day is all about. Go beyond the boring box of store-bought chocolates and wow your valentine with spicy homemade truffles decorated with sprinkles, candies, sparkling disco dust and glimmering edible jewels.
This Thanksgiving, set the kids up with one of these fun projects. Little kids can roll cheese balls and cut out shapes with cookie cutters, and older kids can do more-complicated projects like creating a turkey-shaped veggie platter.
Get more veggies into your family's diet with these easy ways to use up the rest of the bag of baby carrots.
Decorating a cake can be super-easy and stress-free, so celebrate life's special occasions, no matter how small, with a festive decorated cake. No need for piping bags and sugar flowers: All of these ideas can be done in minutes using supermarket staples, and they’re as much fun to make as they are to eat.
This Passover, find new ways to incorporate more matzo into your life.
Sprinkles turn regular old eggs into amazing, dye-free, edible works of art, with minimal effort and maximum fun.
Use the classic cinnamon candies to spice up homemade Valentine's Day treats.
Brighten up even the grayest winter days and beat those winter blahs with these five fun ways to add more color into your life with sprinkles.
Sprinkles elevate an everyday dessert like this simple chocolate mousse into something special and patriotic!