Category: Food

Dinner Bombing A Neighbor

Surprise someone in your world with a dinner bomb — they’ll never forget it.

Sharpie Drink Tag

Write names directly onto wineglasses with a regular Sharpie – it stays on strong until you have to wash it off.

Stars & Stripes Snack Mix

A DIY patriotic snack…

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Chopstick Assist For Kids

Make your own child-friendly, hinged chopsticks in seconds…

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Balloon Glass Tags

Keep track of your glass with a balloon…

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Frozen Dum Dums

Let the kids freeze some lollipops for a fun summertime treat…

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Fall Harvest Drink Stirs

Serve up a ¬†spiked apple cider cocktail¬†with these DIY fall harvest drink stirs…    

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Backyard Breakfast In Bed

To change things up a bit, try serving your kids a backyard breakfast in bed…

2-Second Apron

Make your own apron, out of almost any fabric, in 2 seconds…

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DIY Salad Dressing Server

Here’s an easy way to serve and store your homemade salad dressing…

Grilled Cheese Easter Eggs

Hard boiled eggs with melted cheese and breadcrumbs – my kids love these…

Jack-o-latern Soup

Tomato bisque soup with pumpernickel bread croutons make it easy to serve up a fun Halloween lunch with a smile…

Car S’mores

“It was good and it was fun” – a direct quote from my daughter. Yesterday we made s’mores in my car. It’s as simple as that…

Kids’ Happy Hour

I have noticed that no child can resist an artfully arranged platter of cut veggies and fruits – add to that a large sheet of paper, crayons and lemon water with a straw and the deal is sealed! You’ve just bought yourself 20 uninterrupted minutes in the kitchen.

Jello Jars and “Jargaritas” For Alfresco Fun

When packing up a meal to eat alfresco, the convenience of a single serve package is hard to resist – however – the additional cost and unnecessary trash is a turn off for me. Here are some earth-friendly ways to pack up single servings for a meal out in the open air…

Toast Spoons On A Sunday Morning

Toast spoons – not the everyday breakfast, but certainly fun for a Sunday morning treat for the kids…

Polka Dot Soup & Holy Cheese Toast!

Sometimes just a few extra touches can make a meal more appealing to a child – creating a visually intriguing plate can make a child think twice about walking away. I like to brand my creations by giving them silly names – my kids enjoy it and I get some fun out coming up with names for my crazy concoctions…