Variety now the norm and we're seeing some pretty delicious — and adorable — meal inspirations coming to fruition. Make it a personal challenge to whip up one of these recipes per week and see how much money and how many calories you save by doing so.
These kid-friendly winter science experiments explore cold temperatures, ice, and snow, and most of them can be performed while warm inside! This list also includes a few fun outdoor experiments that can only be performed in the winter too!
Leaner Creamer - personally, I've never tried this product, but have heard a lot of hype about it. I think its great for those of us who just can't drink our coffee black, but want to avoid the high sugar content of flavoured creamers and sugar.
Lemon Garlic Dump Chicken…It’s What’s For Dinner! I know it’s not the most pleasant-sounding name for a dinner entree, but don’t let the name fool you! Dump Chicken is not only delicious it’s deliciou.
Crystal Egg Geode How-To Tools and Materials Blown-out eggshell (Get the How-To) Alum powder White glue Small paintbrush Plastic or glass container Egg dye Hot water Craft stick or spoon Latex gloves Drying rack or newspaper
Cool science experiments for kids don& have to be complicated--there are so many fun ones you can do with the items in your kitchen! Kitchen science experiments may be easy to set up, but they are jam-packed full of learning.