Mom in Training: Celebrate National Bake for Family Fun Month with some fun recipes from Country Crock

February 5, 2016

Celebrate National Bake for Family Fun Month with some fun recipes from Country Crock


Did you know that February is National Bake for Family Fun Month? I know I didn't have any idea until I got these super fun recipe suggestions to celebrate and make with my family. I thought they were awesome and wanted to share them with you so you can celebrate with your family too!

With snowy days keeping most indoors, here are five simple recipes from Country Crock ― perfect for Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day celebrations ― that families can bake together!

Mardi Gras ― Bring the celebration to your kitchen by getting the whole family involved in making a traditional Three Kings Cake. It’s a great way to kick off the week-long holiday.

Valentine’s Day ― Make baking for others a family affair this Valentine’s Day with easy-to-make recipes, like Red Velvet Cupcakes or this Chocolate Lover’s Cake. You can add your own festive twist to these Country Crock Sugar Cookies by using a heart-shaped cookie cutter, or dress up Cake Pops with red and white sprinkles to make perfect gifts for loved ones.

All of these recipes are made with Country Crock, a buttery spread that is the go-to ingredient for baking and made with real, simple ingredients, including delicious oils, purified water and a pinch of salt.

What fun recipes do you like to make with your family?

4 comments:

  1. Love baking for family and friends, and I'll be making strawberry cheesecake for Valentine's day!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. That sounds delicious, cheesecake is my favorite!

      Delete
  2. I had no idea there was a National Bake for Family Fun month! We love to bake in our family! Particularly my youngest daughter who just turned 10. She's always asking to bake something and usually does it on her own (with me available for any assistance she might need). :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. My daughter will be 10 in a few weeks and she's the same way. Always asking what she can "create" in the kitchen as she puts it.

      Delete

Disclosure: This blog contains affiliate links and sponsored posts. All thoughts and opinions stated are my own however and are in no way influenced by the sponsorship.