Cinco de Mayo Fiesta With Latino-Inspired Food and Recipes

Ole! Time for Cinco de Mayo--and you know what that means? Fiesta! Here are fun, easy Mexican-themed party games, activities and food ideas. Recipes included. Click the link "Latino" or "cinco de mayo" on this blog for more Latino dishes. Or look up tacos, enchilada, burritos individually. Some recipes from my favorite stateside Latino neighborhood--Mexicantown Detroit. Kid-Friendly Cinco de Mayo Fiesta With Latino-Inspired Games, Crafts, Food

Recipes to Use Up Leftover Ham

Easter is done. The eggs have been colored and found. The chocolate bunnies are mostly eaten. And everyone is more than a little tired of leftover ham from Easter Sunday. Small problem. You bought a big one and there is quite a bit left. Here are recipes to use up that leftover ham plus the hard-boiled Easter eggs, in new and delicious ways.  Recipes to Use Up Leftover Ham 

Healthy Easter Snacks, Bunny-Themed Treats Recipes

Holidays involve way too much candy and too many sweets. What's an Easter basket without jelly beans, chocolate bunnies, and candy eggs? With one in three kids overweight or obese, says KidsHealth, it's time to rethink our sweets craze. I've been dieting and lost 96 pounds by substituting sweets with healthy alternatives. Here are good-for-you Easter treat and snack recipes.  Healthy Easter Snack and Treat Recipes

Disney's 'Frozen' Party Food Recipes, Winter-Themed Snacks

 If you see one movie this winter, make it "Frozen." It's an arctic adventure like Hans Christian Andersen's "Fairy Snow Queen." It's the top-grossing cartoon of all times. Disney's Frozen is a perfect theme for a winter birthday or just-because party. Here's a menu of Frozen-inspired snacks kids will love. BTW, Olaf is probably my favorite Disney sidekick ever. Disney's 'Frozen' Party Treat Recipes, Winter-Themed Snacks for Kids


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