Fall is officially here! Well, at least in most states across the U.S. The leaves are starting to change colors, the cool air is settling in, and pumpkin flavored everything is stocking up the shelves!
Just as we start to settle into the new season, it’s time to gear up for the holidays – Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years. It’s time to put on your baking hats, roll up your sleeves, get out your crafts, and prepare for the upcoming festivities.
From beginners to experts, children to adults, there are several magazines that offer great recipes, crafts, do-it-yourself gifts, and ideas for decorating for the holidays. We have listed a few of our favorites to get you started.
Butternut Magazine – This magazine does an excellent job of teaching young kids about food – what it is, where it comes from and how to eat it. Tailored for age range 3-6, this magazine provides vivid pictures and diagrams to help young kids understand the science and magic behind what they eat. They also provide simple and delicious recipes for your family to try!
ChopChop – Their mission is to educate kids (ages 5-15) to cook and be nutritionally literate, empower them to actively participate as health partners with their families, and help establish and support better eating habits for a lifetime of good nutrition.
Food Network – A very popular magazine among all our customers, this magazine features various Food Network talent through its pages, plus an in-depth look at their shows and kitchens. It showcases kitchen tools, food products, new restaurants, recipes and food across the U.S.
Family Fun – This magazine is like the title says, “fun”. It provides several craft, food and travel ideas for you and your family. It is your ultimate guide to creating experiences you and your kids will remember forever.
Family Circle – Busy, budget-minded women turn to Family Circle as a trusted source of practical advice on crafts, cooking, decorating, family life, fitness, fashion and more. They have recently added a section devoted to “work-life” for those working moms or moms looking to get back to work.
Good Housekeeping – This magazine focuses on food, fitness, beauty, child care, needlework and crafts. It includes human interest stories, articles on social issues, consumer awareness, money management, health news and travel.
Ingredient Food Magazine for Kids – Their mission is to create an entertaining and informative, ad-free magazine to inspire children ages 6-12 to care about food and cooking. Each issue includes Q&A, a round-up of food trends, a close-up look at a specific food, short pieces, features, activities, recipes, quizzes and games.
Martha Steward Living – With beautiful photography and informative, how-to features on everything from gardening to decorating, Martha Stewart Living provides an array of information. Each issue will bring you hundreds of ideas for entertaining friends in festive settings, turning simple meals into tempting masterpieces, creating unusual flower arrangements and designing handmade gifts.
Taste of Home – Every issue of Taste of Home features over 85 home style recipes, full color photos, complete meal plans, quick and easy foods for busy families, cooking for empty nesters and no advertising!
Rachael Ray Every Day – Rachael Ray, host of 30 minute meals on the Food Network, helps you plan meals without spending a lot of time in the kitchen. It’s a good go-to-guide for great food, good fun, and inspiring ways to relax, laugh and enjoy life. It also includes Rachael’s favorites for fun, beauty, style and home, plus 100s of food and entertaining tips.
We hope you enjoy this season and would love to see what you’re baking or making. Make sure to tag us on Facebook or #magazinesubscriptionsptp and mention what magazine(s) you like to reference this season!
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