Throwback Thursday {Kids In The Kitchen}

What better way to enjoy spending time with your kids than in the kitchen making things they want to eat. Here’s some kid friendly recipes to get you started. Frozen Banana Pops Fruity Drinks   Bacon and Cheddar Pigs in a Blanket   Homemade Chocolate Syrup   Birthday Treats for Children

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Throwback Thursday {National Dairy Month – Ice Cream!}

As the old song from the 20’s says,”I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!” If your family is ‘screaming’ for ice cream, try one of these mouth satisfying recipes. Caramel Apple Pecan Ice Cream   Roasted Banana and Toasted Walnut Ice Cream   Dessert Tacos 10 Tips for Delicious Homemade Ice Cream […]

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Hot Drink Bar

A hot drink bar is a warm, tasty cure for cold-hearted winter blues. When the weather is dreary and children need to warm their bones, it’s time to set out the makings for delicious drink selections the whole family, and perhaps a few friends, will appreciate. For a scrumptious hot drink bar, you’ll need: cold […]

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Kids in the Kitchen: Birthday Treats for Children (and Adults)

Children’s birthday parties are as much about socializing with friends and family as celebrating another candle on your child’s cake. Do you have a plan to feed all those guests? If your party doesn’t include a large pizza order, preparing hearty snacks above and beyond the traditional cake and ice cream fare ensures no one […]

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Delicious Snow Day Fun!

Kids all around Arkansas are out of school enjoying the beautiful snow. Moms are washing 12 extra loads of clothes and trying to find some warm, entertaining ideas for when they are inside warming up. We do not get this beautiful, fluffy snow often in Arkansas, so why not make some snow ice cream? When […]

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Kids in the Kitchen: Beyond the Basics

I try to bring my children in the kitchen to participate in the craft of cooking. Not all the time, of course. (We all know a mama sometimes needs to cook in peace.) I enjoy watching my children learn about food, and I love that measuring and following recipe directions allow for practical application of […]

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Your Lunch Box is Served

School is back in session and all over the state, families are packing. Lunches, that is. Nine months of school multiplied by the number of kids in a household equals lots of food to make and lunches to figure out. Keep the chore fresh (and even fun!) by choosing ideas that work for you. Plan […]

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