Lasagna isn’t only a yummy, gooey pasta dish, but it’s also a recipe that’s full of math! Read on to layer on the yummy math in this fan favorite.
We are loving this picture from our cookie-baking fans Avery and Mia S. It’s perfect for National Bake Cookies Day, which is today! As you see here, this table holds cookies of all shapes and sizes. But how many cookies do you guess there are in total? Read on to find out! Wee ones: What […]
If you’re really hungry, you can gulp down a cupcake in a few bites. But what about a 3-foot one that holds the record for the world’s largest cupcake? Read on to bake up the math in just how much stuff went into this cupcake – and chow down on the cupcake numbers!
Have you ever eaten an ant? We bet this giant ant cake made by the Cake Boss is much more delicious than an actual ant. But why would anybody make a giant ant cake to begin with? Read on to see – and crawl your way through the awesome (and delicious!) ant math.
Dogs love their doggie biscuits, especially when the biscuit’s ginormous! But just how big is the world’s biggest dog treat? Read on to find out – and treat yourself to some tasty math.
What makes bread, cinnamon rolls, and other doughy snacks so fluffy? Read on to find out – and eat up the math in yummy foods that grow!
Have you ever made fun Play-doh food? Well, if you like doing that, you should try making apple roses with an adult. They’re real desserts you can eat, and they look just like roses! Read on to find out how easy it is to do the math for these fancy, fruity flowers.
A dishwasher is a wonderful machine that saves water and energy – and saves you from chores. You just chuck your dirty dishes and soap in there, press some buttons, and it washes and dries everything for you. It turns out it can also make a tasty dinner. People have been cooking fish in dishwashers […]
Fall is about to turn into winter for many of us, so what do you do with all those pumpkins that won’t make it through the cold? Make yummy foods from them, of course! And the best part is, you can use almost every part of the pumpkin, including all those seeds. Read on for a simple seed recipe – and snack on some math while the seeds are cooking.