Let's be real, if it wasn’t for them we wouldn’t be here. They raised our parents and they made time to spoil us when we were little, it's only fair we return the favor now.
While we honor our grandparents every day, take an extra moment to appreciate all the joy and wisdom that grandparents bring to our lives.
This year, it really is the thought that counts—just make sure your grandparents know that you’re thinking of them.
Colorful frosted cookies that will surely light up grandma and grandpa's faces.
Packed full of healthy fats and a rich chocolate flavor, this is the perfect treat to make for grandpa and grandma.
Oatmeal raisin cookies that are hearty, perfectly soft, and chewy. An all-time classic made but this time made with ghee.
These lovely, chewy Apple & Cinnamon Oat Bars are perfect for that sweet craving any time of the day.
Banana Bread is a simple baking classic. This no sugar added banana bread gets its sweetness from the natural sugar of the bananas!
Gran says you can use any ham you like. Use whatever you have in your fridge/pantry. You could even fry & drain some thick-cut bacon instead. You can also use any cheese you like. According to Gran, however, the all-time greatest cheese to use for this is Grandma Singletons. Quite fitting for this recipe!
Fun frozen banana dipped in dark chocolate then we rolled the bananas in different toppings.
Salty and sweet with crisp edges and a nice chewy middle, these Raspberry Oat Bars are great to bake with kids. You can also swap the raspberry preserves with your grandparent's favorite jam flavor.
The best way to tell them you love them is to give them little heart-shaped treats!