It’s easy to turn your favorite cupcakes into holiday snowman cupcakes using marshmallows and candy. Make it a fun Christmas tradition the whole family can enjoy!
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Impress your dinner guests with this adorable Turkey Cheese Ball Thanksgiving Appetizer. Holiday flavors like cranberries and toasted pecans are mixed with organic dairy for a Thanksgiving cheese ball that looks as good as it tastes.
This sandwich sushi roll will delight and surprise your kids at lunch. It’s fast and easy to make, and a fun way to remind your school age kids how much you care.
This Rainbow Cheesecake Recipe is a gelatin free, no bake cheesecake, perfect for any rainbow themed party. It’s as much fun to make as it is to eat!
Take breakfast to the next level with this pretty, dairy free, smoothie bowl recipe. Frozen bananas, pineapple, mango, and pitaya powder are blended with unsweetened almond milk in a pink smoothie bowl that has no artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners.
This naturally green eggs and ham recipe is a hit with kids and perfect for a Dr. Suess fan, or as a simple St. Patrick’s Day breakfast. And it’s totally dye-free!
This cute and easy fruit tray can be made without any knife work, and makes for impressive healthy Valentines Day treats. Perfect for school parties, work, or just getting your family to choose fruit over candy this Valentines Day.
Your kids will giggle with delight at this Thanksgiving turkey veggie tray, and it’s an easy way to get them excited about eating vegetables! You can also use hummus to make this an easy dairy free and vegan appetizer.