source: Lil’ Luna
4. Oreo Bark
Here’s another recipe using M&Ms, but this time, with Oreo cookies. And OMG this is so easy to make! Your kids could definitely be your little helpers. With just four ingredients and four simple steps to follow, you could squeeze this in between naptime and dinnertime in no time!
Check out the details on this treat by visiting Lil’ Luna.
source: Wine and Glue
5. Cookie Dough Truffles
So, this is one of the more complex recipes in this post, but if you’re a mom who’s seasoned in the kitchen, it’ll be easy peasy for you. Since it involves dipping truffles into melted candy, you might want to tackle this without the kids. But I’m sure they’ll be more than happy to act as your food tasters one these egg shaped masterpieces are finished.
Wine and Glue has the full tutorial for making these.
source: Framed Frosting
6. Bunny Tails Popcorn Mix
This recipe is pretty, tasty and so, SO simple to make! It seriously takes about 20 minutes from start to finish, so you can easily throw it together at the last minute. And it’s kid-friendly, which means your children can definitely help mix this up. And hey, popcorn can be healthy, so this dessert is actually not as bad as many others.
Head over to Framed Frosting for the step-by-step instructions.