Celebrate the 4th of July with these festive red, white and blue popsicles! Not only are they adorable, but they’re made with protein-packed green yogurt and fiber rich blueberries and strawberries. Thank you to Sound Shore Moms for sharing! What you’ll need: Greek...
Just in time for summer, we rounded up some of the best spiked frozen drinks, popsicles and other desserts. If you love frosé, bookmark the list below for some fresh ideas, perfect for any summer soiree. We start with a new spicy twist on frosé, and then have some...
This sweet treat from Beach Cities Moms is full of tropical flavors, and since it skips the rum, is a perfect dessert for the whole family. Piña Colada Chia Pops makes 6 popsicles 1 14-ounce can coconut milk ½ cup frozen banana chunks (or 1 small, very ripe banana) 1...
Give your family a treat with these fun snacks, desserts, and drinks!
Fall may be around the corner but the Texas heat will be here a while longer! Popsicles are synonymous with summer weather, and for good reason—they’re refreshing on hot days, help hydrate kids and adults alike, and are easy to hold, even for tiny toddler hands. While we don’t judge store bought varieties, making them allows you to control the ingredients, and doubles as a kid-friendly activity. Here are a few recipes to try, divided into two categories—kid-friendly, and 21 & Over (aka spiked varieties). Plus, fun molds to use when making them!
Need a great go-to summer dessert recipe? Host to Perfection has a great one that’s topped wit fresh berries. Check here for the recipe and details to a favorite local Cheese Cake spot that is celebrating National Cheese Cake Day!
Say “yes way!” to rosé, the official drink of the season!
We’ve rounded up some yummy taco, enchilada, veggie sides, guac, dessert—and yes, margarita—recipes from around the web. And most of them use ingredients that are hopefully already in your fridge and pantry. Enjoy !
This versatile brunch recipe is elegant enough to serve guests, but easy enough to make on a Sunday morning with the kids, to pair with coffee all week long. “When I lived in France my host family taught me how to make this insanely delicious and easy Olive Oil Yogurt Cake. You can use standard 6 oz yogurt cups so you don’t even have to dirty a measuring cup!” shares Rachel Wyman, owner and head baker at Montclair Bread
Need a festive, easy recipe that the kids will love for Valentine’s Day? Try these Valentine’s Day Pink Hot Chocolate sticks! There are only 2 ingredients… and they’re super simple!
Try these delicious Gluten-Free Paleo-Friendly Banana Muffins!
Amy Palanjian takes foods most kids like—like muffins and chicken fingers—and puts her healthy spin on them!