This bowl of bakes potato soup makes a perfect snack or a satisfying meal.
Gluten-free pizza crusts typically lack the bulbous, chewy quality of a traditional pizza dough, which is created by elastic strands of gluten. This is a simple, delicious alternative, but resist the urge to add too much fl our, which could make it heavy and tough.
Not all snacks are created equal so here are 8 tips for helping your kids make the most of their between meal noshing.
Have leftover cranberry sauce? It makes a delicious sweet-tart filling for these crumbly oat bars, which are like date squares with much more zing.
Homemade bagels are fun to make with the kids - and make a delicious breakfast, snack or lunchbox treat.
From the nostalgic Butter Baked Goods bakery in Vancouver comes this beautiful book - Butter Baked Goods showcases home baking at its very best. Just in time for baking season!
Got zucchini? Grate them and turn them into moist muffins spiked with cinnamon.
This pumpkin spice bread pudding is like pumpkin pie and bread pudding rolled into one - it's a great way to use up stale bread ends that might otherwise get tossed out.
Kids will love these edible witches' brooms.
Apple slices have often been transformed into toothy grins using mini marshmallows, but sliced almonds or sunflower seeds look suitably creepy.