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Groundhog pancakes

How to Make Groundhog’s Day Pancakes

January 29th, 2014

  Whenever there is a holiday coming up, I try to make the kids a fun breakfast or snack to go with it. Groundhog day is coming up on Sunday and I just had to create something fun. The best part is I was able to make these Groundhog’s Day pancakes with stuff I already…

Red Lobster Makes Eating Out With Food Allergies Possible

October 30th, 2013

This post was sponsored by Red Lobster restaurants who provided bloggers with a meal at no charge. We appreciate their support of Jersey Family Fun that allows us to share with families restaurants in our local area we think their family may enjoy.   Our family restaurant review returns with a visit to Red Lobster….

Pirate Cake

2 Ways to Create an Pirate Cake

September 26th, 2013

Keeping with our Pirate Party theme this week we’ve got two great ways to show you how to make a pirate cake for birthday parties. Today, we’ll show you how to make a pirate for a pirate cake and how to make a pirate ship cake.     How to create a Pirate Cake To…

Can Cooking with Cans be Fun, Healthy, & Educational for Kids?

August 28th, 2013

We received coupons to purchase some canned goods for free along with payment for a sponsored post as part of a Mom it Forward Cans Get You Cooking blogger campaign. We appreciate their support of Jersey Family Fun that allows us to share with families information about products we think their family may enjoy.  …

Minion Cakes

How To Make Your Own Edible Despicable Me Minion

July 3rd, 2013

Minions like bananas, my munchkins like sweet treats.   With Despicable Me 2 movie coming out this week, I decided to take advantage of the rainy weather and make yummy minions with my kids.   Supplies to make Edible Despicable Me Minions Snack cakes that are shaped like minions (We used Tastykake Dreamies) Wilton candy eyes…

snowman pizza

How to Make Pizza Using Your Bread Machine

January 26th, 2010

Details on how to make pizza using your bread machine, one way to help kids build early math skills, develop fine motor skills, and see science in action.