Kid-Friendly Sweets for Every Holiday  

Whether the kids are bringing a batch to school or helping you make them in the kitchen, these treats from All You will get your little ones excited to celebrate any holiday!

  • Double-Chocolate Cupcakes
    Photo: Kana Okada; Styling: Susan Vajaranant

    New Year's Day

    Sprinkle a little "confetti" atop these cupcakes and give the kids a baking project while they're on holiday break. You also can use this budget-friendly recipe for bake sales or birthday parties.
  • Colorful Critters
    Photo: Ryan Benyi, Charles Schiller; Styling: Karen Tack

    Groundhog Day

    Whether winter continues or spring comes early, whip up these critters and celebrate the fun-loving holiday. Have animal lovers in the house? Let them create pet lookalikes or zoo favorites.
  • Red Velvet Cupcakes

    Valentine's Day

    Send your little sweethearts off to school with these luscious cupcakes, or try one of our other favorite Valentine's Day treats.
  • Red, White and Blue Parfaits
    Photo: Ryan Benyl; Styling: Stephana Bottom

    Presidents' Day

    Take a moment to honor the leaders of our country with patriotic parfaits. For a quick and easy version, pick up gelatin and pudding cups at the grocery store.
  • Shamrock and Gold Coin Cookies

    St. Patrick's Day

    You'll luck out making these charming St. Patrick's Day cookies because all the ingredients are pantry staples. Let your little lepricons help decorate with green icing or sprinkles.
  • Scary Spiders
    Photo: Ryan Benyi, Charles Schiller; Styling: Karen Tack

    April Fools' Day

    Play an April Fools' joke on the kids and tell them they're getting spiders for an after-school snack. Needless to say, they'll be pleasantly surprised when these bugs land on their plates.
  • Crispy Easter Nests

    Easter

    Celebrate with this fresh take on Easter eggs. For the neighborhood parade, try one (or all!) of these show-stopping Easter desserts.
  • Cocoa-Coffee Meringue Kisses

    Mother's Day

    This is your day, so take a breather! Just choose your favorites from our Mother's Day recipes, and let Dad and the kids take care of the rest.
  • Peanut Butter Swirl Brownies
    Photo: Mark Thomas; Styling: Lynn Miller

    Father's Day

    What would please Dad more on Father's Day than mixing dessert with sports? If football's not his thing, use a round cookie cutter for baseballs or basketballs.
  • Red, White and Blue Ice Pops

    July 4th

    Beat the heat on July 4th with a big batch of homemade popsicles. Not only are they super easy to make (only 3 ingredients!), but they're so inexpensive; you can cool off the entire neighborhood.
  • Ultimate Peanut Butter Cookies
    Photo: Ryan Benyi; Styling: Stephana Bottom

    Grandparents' Day

    Forgo the goofy T-shirts and give Grandma and Grandpa something they'll really enjoy! Have the grandkids help bake and package the cookies, and then add a homemade greeting card for an extra-special touch.
  • Witch Hats and Broomsticks
    Photo: Ryan Benyi, Charles Schiller; Styling: Karen Tack

    Halloween

    Impress trick-or-treaters with these witchy creations. And why stop here? Host a block party and serve more spook-tacular Halloween treats.
  • Deep-Dish Apple Pie

    Thanksgiving

    Kids of all ages will be thankful for this Thanksgiving classic. Make baking a family affair by letting children mix the ingredients and older relatives help out slicing and assembling the pie.
  • Marshmallow Snowmen
    Photo: Ryan Benyi; Styling: Karen Tack

    Christmas

    Stay warm this season and build your snowmen indoors! These cute little fellas are a kid-friendly project and make perfect teacher gifts.
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