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.
Cheesy biscuits are fun for kids to nibble; dipped in tomato sauce, they taste like pizza.
Ditch your usual potatoes and try sweet, beta carotene-rich fries made from squash. The thick neck of a butternut squash works best for cutting into even sticks.
Compare any packaged cookie to one that's homemade, and you'll get an idea of the difference between made-from-scratch graham crackers and those that come in a box. They'll bring your s'mores to a whole new level!
For the kid who takes too long to get ready, and if he does sit down he takes too long to eat, a homemade granola bar is easy to nibble while getting dressed.
This basic waffle batter can be dressed up according to the cravings of the day.
For the kid who says he’s not hungry, a protein-packed smoothie is a perfect way to deliver a nutrient boost before school.