Recipes

Welcome to our Food & Recipes page. Here you'll quick and easy recipes, simple kitchen tips, and food crafts and activities for kids. Check out a few of our most popular posts here, or scroll down for the most recent projects.

Easy Garlic Bread Knots

by Two Peas on March 23, 2011

I love homemade rolls, but sometimes I don’t have time to make them from scratch. When I am running short on time, but still want the taste of homemade rolls, I turn to Rhodes frozen rolls. They are easy to make and taste amazing. I recently used frozen Rhodes rolls to make Easy Garlic Knots. […]

This recipe for Sweet Chex Mix from This Week for Dinner is one of my all time favorite snacks. It’s almost too easy to make and can feed a large crowd, perfect for a party. I’ve added a little something extra to the mix for St. Patrick’s day, green m&ms. They are a perfect addition […]

Saturday Spotlight: Green

by Marie on March 11, 2011

The color green is alive and well on the M&T Spotlight. These crafts and recipes are the perfect shade of green and I’m happy to feature them. There are also some really fabulous rainbow crafts and recipes over there, so make sure to check them all out.*Next week I’ll be featuring projects with birds, so […]

Guest post by Alison of Ingredients Inc. Saint Patrick’s day is celebrated on March 17th, and my three kids always make sure they wear green clothing to school. This year, we will start off dinnertime with this healthy, easy and very simple Saint Patrick’s Day Fresh Herb Dip. It’s a great way to get the […]

Boy, oh, boy, do I need help in the side dish department. Our family eats a lot of main dishes and bread. That’s it. I’ve got to do better, getting in those veggies. So that’s why I dedicated this last week on the M&T Spotlight to submitting your side dishes and featuring 6 delicious recipes […]

I am feeling rather lazy in the kitchen these days.  The thought of a gourmet meal each night does sound dreamy…when someone else washes the dishes or does the actual cooking.  A lot of planning and thought goes into fancy meals.  Lately I’m just not up for it.  Spring is around the corner, and who […]

We’re getting really close to St. Patrick’s Day as March begins tomorrow and rainbows are forming everywhere to get ready for the gold! Last year we mixed up a Milk Rainbow Connection, so this year we’re trying it out with pudding. Supplies for Rainbow Pudding: vanilla pudding food coloring bowl glass 1. Mix up your […]

Saturday Spotlight: Cookies

by Marie on February 26, 2011

This week I’m featuring cookies from over at the M&T Spotlight and have found 6 delicious recipes to share. There were many submissions, so make sure to check them all out. *Next week I’ll be featuring side dishes, as I’m always on the lookout for more things to serve for dinner. Share what your family […]

I like to have oatmeal or cereal for breakfast, but sometimes it is nice to have a special treat. Usually, we save breakfast treats for the weekends, but I recently made Pear Muffins with Honey Oat Topping on a weekday to jump start our morning. The muffins are filled with diced pears and topped with […]

Here’s a few places I’ve been posting this week. Memory making, cute cookies for a baby shower, and smashing up our arts and crafts. I’m happy to share that I’m a leader of the new Blog Frog community, Memories in Motion by Pixorial. I’m numbered among some amazing women who will be leading discussions all […]

I just spotted this fabulous tutorial from over at the M&T Spotlight. Prudent Baby shows us all how to ice a cake in this fabulously detailed tutorial (I love me some detailed photos and instructions!) I might have to crack out the cake pans and spatulas this weekend.

When I was a fifth grader, my father would make a weekly trek to my school to teach my class the history of each of the past U.S. presidents.  Even now, I love reading and learning trivia about our present and former commander-in-chiefs. In honor of President’s Day this month, I thought it would be […]

Saturday Spotlight: Cupcakes

by Marie on January 29, 2011

Mmm, Mmm, Cupcakes! What fun submissions for cupcakes from the M&T Spotlight. I’m happy to share a few that stuck out to me, but please search over at the Spotlight to see all the yummy cupcakes shared! Next week is hearts, so if you’ve got a fun craft, project, or food item using hearts of […]

We’re getting a little heart crazy with our cookies today. We tried a few different ways to show some love as we prepped and baked our sugar cookies. My favorite one is the crushed peppermint filled hearts, yum-o! Supplies for Heart Shaped Sugar Cookies: sugar cookie dough rolling pin baking sheet heart cookie cutters – […]

Super Bowl Sunday is right around the corner, are you ready for the big game?  I love football, but the highlight of my day is usually the food. I love making tasty snacks and treats for our guests. One of my favorite football snacks is loaded nachos. They are easy to make and they are […]

Here’s a few places I’ve been posting this week. A little Frosty snack, as well as getting the house ready with a few Valentine projects. This Rice Krispie snowman from Snackpicks is dipped in powdered sugar snow to keep him cool! We had fun building him. We’re lining our steps with these Valentine Paper Bag […]

As well as being a cheesy romantic comedy from the 90′s starring one of my favorite actresses, Love Potion #9 is also sure to make your own true love swoon! This would be a fun fruit smoothies to serve your true love on Valentines. Recipe for Love Potion #9 2 cups frozen red berries 2 […]

Wow! I’ve been having so much fun going through all the soup submission from the M&T posthighlights! Thanks to everyone who’s sharing their recipes! This was a hard one to choose just 5, so make sure to head over to the posthighlights to see them all. Next week is cupcakes, so make sure to submit […]

Mini Cookie Dipped Snowmen

by Marie on January 12, 2011

We’re dipping mini cookies into white chocolate to create cute little snowmen! They’re almost to “cool” to eat! Supplies for Mini Cookie Dipped Snowman: mini sandwich cookies – any kind white chocolate – melted lollipop sticks or flat craft sticks bowls candy – mike and ikes, mini m&ms, mini chocolate chips, or gumdrops 1. Open […]

French Hot Chocolate

by Lindsey on January 5, 2011

This is the best hot chocolate you’ll ever make. You’ll toss out those little packets with the dehydrated marshmallows. You’ll forget about those cans of premium hot chocolate you can buy in bulk at Costco. You’ll make this and keep it ready to go in the fridge all winter long. Basically, it’s a chocolate mousse […]

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