Alert! Alert! Partners of awesome moms, MOTHER'S DAY IS THIS SUNDAY, and this year there will be no school-facilitated macaroni necklaces, handprint flower cards, or other cute crafty gifts your kids’ amazing teachers usually provide for those who may have forgotten to plan ahead. It’s all on you this year. But don't fret, we have you covered with a cooking activity the kiddos can practically do by themselves to make a lovely treat for Mom that will make her feel like royalty.
Chocolate Cake… We think 90% of you just smiled hearing those two words. Just the mention of this yummy baked good makes us perk up, especially the way we make it. Care to find out how?
It’s March and St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner. Most candy lovers will be racing to grab green candy, like gummi bears or M&M’s, or perhaps some gold-wrapped chocolate coins. But what about the Rainbow?
Remember Perler beads from when you were a kid?! Introduced in the 1960s, crafty kids (and adults) began creating decorative shapes and designs with these colorful beads, and to this day, Perler beads continue to be a fun and inspiring activity.
Here at All City Candy, we have put a tasty twist on the classic activity, with a fun way to make your own Perler-style beads . . . from candy! That's right -- EDIBLE Perler beads!