Fruit and Veggie Turkey: Kid Friendly Thanksgiving Snack

Fruit and Veggie Turkey for Thanksgiving Snack

Getting my kids to eat their veggies isn’t always easy. Fruit is never a problem but when it comes to certain vegetables, they need a bit of an incentive. That is why I love creative ideas like this one made by Jill Schultz. This fruit and veggie turkey is the perfect way to celebrate Thanksgiving… 

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Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffin Recipe

Earlier this month I shared this Pumpkin Raisin Bread on my baking blog, Oh My! Sugar High. My family loved this bread so much, I decided that I needed to make this into pumpkin chocolate chip muffins. I swapped the raisins for chocolate chips just to switch it up a bit. I found that this recipe… 

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5 Easy Halloween Treat Ideas with Wilton + GIVEAWAY #WiltonTreatTeam

Wilton Haunted Halloween Giveaway

Halloween is a very fun time to get creative in the kitchen.  Regardless of whether you have a lot of time or baking knowledge, it doesn’t matter. Wilton has you covered with some products that make it so simple to create some sweet Halloween treats, regardless of your skill level. No excuses for not having… 

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Donut Acorns: Kid Friendly Fall Snack

donut acorns

If you are on pinterest a lot, you may have noticed these fun donut acorns floating around. Jill Schultz decided to try them out herself, with a few twists thrown in of course. These acorns are a perfect way to celebrate fall or Thanksgiving and make for a kid-friendly snack and project.  You can use a… 

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Bloody Eyeball Halloween Cupcakes #WiltonTreatTeam

Bloody Eyeball Cupcakes for Halloween

*This post is brought to you in partnership with Wilton as part of the Sweet Treat Team program. All thoughts are my own.* With the help of just a few Wilton products, I was able to create these fun bloody eyeball Halloween cupcakes. My kids thought they looked so cool, and yet it took me no… 

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White Chocolate Banana Ghosts for Halloween

white chocolate banana ghosts

Halloween is such a fun time in the kitchen. I love projects that I can do with my kids, and these white chocolate banana ghosts from Jill Schultz are a perfect example. Jill uses Wilton candy eyes for these ghosts, but you could easily substitute any dark brown/black candy or even chocolate chips.  If you are… 

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