Our Family is very fond of Cookie Butter and we love discovering new ways to incorporate it into our desserts. Any excuse to hop in the car and head to Trader Joe’s to stock up is reason enough. This week we decided that we were going to try our hand at this Kid Cupcake Recipes Chocolate Cookie Butter Cupcakes. Now I was pressed on time this week so I used a boxed cake mix and doctored it up and it turned out fabulous. I did make the frosting from scratch so you can consider them homemade. Once you try this recipe you will want to make another batch because they will disappear before your eyes. Continue reading
My children are not the most adventurous eaters but I have always been able to expand their palate with Mexican dishes. I find they are also easy to whip up during a busy week and get the kids involved in helping to prepare dinner. There are always so many different combinations you can try and it is fun to see you come up with in the end. Our most recent cooking session ended in this delicious Mexican Recipes Kids Can Make Cheesy Chicken Taco. Start to finish we had it prepared in under 45 minutes and utilized left overs and things in the pantry. The best part is you can mix it up and make it the way your family will want to eat it. Continue reading
Cupcakes are the perfect treat for any occasion and they are fun to make and decorate with the kids. I wish I had time to create all my cupcake delights from scratch but I have learned to get creative with box mixes and create fabulous Cupcake Recipes for Kids. This allows us to gather together as a family and experiment and create tasty confections that we then can share with our famil and friends. While shopping at the store this week we were inspired by the endless bags of Jelly Beans and decided to create Jelly Bean Cupcakes. The best part is thanks to the popularity of Jelly Beans many brands offer them year round so you don’t have to worry about only finding them at Easter time. If you are limited for time don’t worry because this recipe only adds a few more minutes to the usual time that it takes to prepare a boxed mix and the taste is completely worth those few extra minutes. Continue reading
Marshmallow Recipes are some of my favorite recipes to make, and always a favorite with the kids! From brownies to apples, cupcakes and peeps, Marshmallows are yummy and easy to work with! I wanted to bring you guys a Marshmallow Recipes Roundup of some of my favorites that we have done here on Madame Deals! These recipes are super yummy, and easy to make! These would be great for parties, or to make with your kids! I hope you enjoy these awesome Marshmallow Recipes!
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My kids love spending time with me in the kitchen. It’s been our bonding time to prepare and enjoy delicious food together and since we all have sweet tooth most of the time we make yummy desserts. This week I decided to teach them an Easy Cake Recipes for Kids, I searched for some recipes and found several Dump Cake Recipes, today I’m going to share with you one of my favorites. This is super easy to make because you only need to put your ingredients in slow cooker and after a few hours you have a delicious dessert that for sure will be a family favorite!
1 can of crushed pineapples
1 can of cherry pie filling
1 box of yellow cake mix
2 sticks of butter
1 cup of coconut
Spread the ingredients in your slow cooker. You are going to make two layers so only use half of the ingredients in this order:
Spread the pineapple.
Sprinkle cake mix evenly on top.
Next dump cherry pie filling evenly.
Cut butter into slices and spread evenly.
Spread some coconut.
Once you’re done with the first layer, just repeat the process again for the second layer.
You will need to cook this on high for around 3 hours.
To serve, scoop cake out with a large spoon like a cobbler, and dump it on a glass, cup or plate.
It is awesome served with whip cream or vanilla ice cream.
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I love to cook with my kids. I especially like when I can make something quick and easy with them. I know that kid jello recipes are both yummy and tasty. I also know as a mom whose kids go to a nut free school that nut free school treats are necessary. I also know that time is of the essence so we decided to make this cute St. Patty’s day party themed cup.
Open up your jello cup then stack a couple of clouds (marshmallows on the toothpick (you could use a straw)
Cut the fruit roll up in strips. Then fold them in half. You can add extra clouds with the whip cream. The rolo is the pot of gold.
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