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Homemade Christmas Ornament Ideas

Many people around the world celebrate the holidays by trimming Christmas trees with ornaments and lights. Did you ever wonder where this tradition originated? It started in Germany. According to the National Christmas Tree Association, there is a record from 1530 in Alsace, France (then a German territory) that trees were sold in the marketplace … Continue reading Homemade Christmas Ornament Ideas

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Homemade Candy Bar Recipes – Ding Dongs®, Snickers® & Twix®

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. But while these homemade candy bar recipes were inspired by their store-bought counterparts, they can definitely stand on their own. Nothing is sweeter than homemade goodies and these are easier to make than you might think. So give in to your craving and break out the … Continue reading Homemade Candy Bar Recipes – Ding Dongs®, Snickers® & Twix®

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Kitchen Math: Using Recipes To Teach Kids Math

Want a fun way to teach your child about units of measure? Invite them to join you in the kitchen and have them help you bake some cookies. While preparing delicious sweet treats you can enjoy together later, you can also introduce them to math subjects such as fractions and measurement. Trust us; they will … Continue reading Kitchen Math: Using Recipes To Teach Kids Math

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Along Came a (Chocolate) Spider

Halloween treats can come in all sorts of fun, and sometimes even scary, disguises. Half the fun of Halloween is creating the “ick” factor with foods. One of the most popular ways to bring the scare to the table is by creating Halloween recipes that include spiders. Little Miss Muffet, who clearly had at least a … Continue reading Along Came a (Chocolate) Spider