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Here's a fun Mother's Day treat that the kids will have a ball making (and eating, of course!)

FamilyFun's Treat of the Month

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Easter Berries: Inspired by decorated eggs, these sweet strawberries make a deliciously colorful holiday project.

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Milk and cookies for a bowling-themed birthday bash!

A Bowling Birthday Party Kids Will Love

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Presidential Sweets: Pay tribute to a patriotic pair on Presidents' Day with these easy-to-assemble cookies.

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New Year's Eve Countdown Cupcakes: The movable cookie hands on this New Year's cupcake clock mark the minutes until midnight -- or the last bedtime of 2013.

FamilyFun's Treat of the Month

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  • Andrea Herold

    This reminds me of some of my birthdays when I was younger. My mom would make a cake like this with the o'clock time being my age. It was one of my favorites.

Banana Cupcakes: Give banana slices an oh-so-good upgrade by layering them with nutritious toppings. Use a piping bag and round decorating tip (or a ziplock bag with a corner snipped off) to pipe a swirl of peanut butter on a 1-inch-thick slice. Top with fresh berries, shredded coconut, or other healthy favorites.

Healthy Eating Tips and Recipes for Kids

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Candy Corn Cupcakes: Whipped cream forms the final layer of a tricolored treat inspired by the quintessential Halloween candy.

Wickedly Tasty Witch: We've cleverly crafted a scene pulled right from Dorothy's famous adventure. Complete with a chocolate graham cracker roof, licorice legs, and molded taffy shoes, each sweet rendition is a whimsical nod to a (not-so-) beloved character.

Spooky Halloween Snacks and Treats

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Whooo's Hungry? These owl crackers, topped with cream cheese and almonds, are a hoot as an after-school snack or a savory treat for a fall party.

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Chocolate Bar Chalkboards: Mark the start of a new school year with these edible chalkboards. Use a toothpick to etch a message into the smooth side of a chocolate bar. Sprinkle the bar with confectioners' sugar, then gently rub it into the etched letters. Wipe away the excess sugar with a damp paper towel. Roll caramel chew candies into thin strips and trim them to fit the edges. Moisten the strips with a damp paper towel and press them into place. Add white sprinkles for chalk.

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Peachy-Keen Smoothie: Oats and cinnamon give this refreshing smoothie the taste of a peach cobbler. Place 2 cups fresh or frozen peaches, ¼ cup rolled oats, ½ teaspoon cinnamon, ½ cup unsweetened almond milk, 1 cup vanilla yogurt, 1 tablespoon brown sugar (optional), and 1 cup ice (if using fresh peaches) into a blender. Puree until smooth. Serves 2.

Fun Frozen Treats for Summertime

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Harriet's Grasshopper Pie from "Moms' Best Recipes"

Moms' Best Recipes

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Choose your own color and flavor combinations for these luscious homemade lollipops. For each, place three Jolly Rancher hard candies side by side on a baking sheet thats been covered with foil then topped with parchment paper. Leave space on the sheet for a lollipop stick. Bake at 275° for about 6 minutes. Remove the pan from the oven and immediately place the stick into the candy, rolling it a bit to ensure a good bond. Let the candy cool.

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Punxsutawney Pudding Cups: This homage to Groundhog Day is sure to disappear faster than a frightened woodchuck.

FamilyFun's Treat of the Month

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  • Marie Mize

    The link takes you to the right article but the wrong item. Forward to #13 to get the Pudding Cups.