Toss out the junk food and start making snack time healthy again!
Most children are hungry when they get home from school and finding something that both they and you are happy for them to nibble on can be tricky but these innovative, kid-friendly recipes will result in a whole host of new and tasty snacks.
Fresh, beautiful and flavorful these rainbow fruit wraps are bursting with color. They’re super simple to roll together but the best part is they offer a new and exciting way to tempt your kiddies into eating fruit!
Next time you’re children are feeling a little peckish between meals, you wont have to feel guilty about allowing them to tuck into a snack because these yummy frozen yogurt buttons are an innovative and creative alternative to all those sugar-filled sweets.
Tiny chia seeds don’t necessarily look like they would offer many benefits but looks can be deceiving because they are incredibly healthy, very versatile and packed full of nutrients…so adding them to these wholewheat pretzels is a great idea!
One of our favorite healthy treats to snack on are these homemade apple chips. What’s not to love about a kid-friendly recipe that’s crispy, crunchy and easy to make?
These gluten-free sweet potato tots will win the kiddies over in no time because they appear to be junk food…little do they know they’re actually healthy!
Bananas are a nutritious food rich in potassium and fiber so they’re perfect for transforming into banana chips for your little monkeys. The recipe relies on just two ingredients – it couldn’t get much simpler than that!
The flavor combination in this blackberry mint lime fruit leather is simply delicious! The healthy roll up’s are great to have as sweet treats on the move, you could put them in lunchboxes or pack them in picnics.
Seven ingredients and five minutes of your time, that’s all you need to make these peanut butter oatmeal energy bites.
Popeye was really on to something because leafy greens like spinach provide more nutrients than any other food. What better way to introduce it to your child’s diet than with these tasty spinach and ricotta rolls.
Incorporating elderberry syrup into this gummy recipe is the perfect way to ensure your little one’s are protected from colds and flu’s this winter.
Most children can benefit from eating more fish and these yummy tuna cakes will make increasing their intake much easier.
These crispy green bean chips are so addictive your kids won’t be able to stop munching them! They’re a great alternative to store bought bags of potato chips and are a real hit among healthy snack seekers!
Kristi, over at veggieconverter.com, created these chickpea nuggets using just two ingredients. The kids will only have to wait fifteen minutes while the snacks cook, then you can sit back and watch as they tuck in!
If there was ever a good way to sneak vegetables into your child’s diet without them realizing, this frosted zucchini brownie recipe has to be it! Beneath all that gooey chocolate lies a healthy helping of greenery…shhh they’ll never know!
For healthful indulgence in snack bar form why not try some simple chocolate granola bars with natural peanut butter and sweet honey.
This ingenious snack recipe could be the answer to getting more coconut oil into your children’s diet. Smooth, creamy and easy to make these coconut butter buttons are the perfect portable treats to have on hand.
Give sushi a sweet twist and make it appeal to your little ones with this novel banana and nutella sushi. Grab a wholewheat wrap, roll it around some chocolate spread and some fresh fruit and voila – snacks are served!
Your kids will never have to eat a beige meal again with this mouthwatering option – a fresh rainbow pizza with a kale parmesan crust!
DIY yogurt pots are are a great way to enjoy yogurt on the go! You can experiment with the toppings and create a snack that your kids are crazy about – why not try chocolate covered strawberries or blueberries and almonds?
A delicious, high fiber snack, these roasted chickpeas are a crispy, crunchy delight. Toss them with a little honey and cinnamon or make your own accompanying smoky spice blend for a real boost of flavor.
Healthy grain-free Oreos? We know what you’re thinking…it sounds too good to be true, but this recipe is amazing! The inside out cookies even have a protein chocolate filling sandwiched between two almond meal layers.
Cute, crunchy apple sandwiches layered with creamy peanut butter and plump raisins are perfect for kids.
Taralynn, over at undressedskeleton.tumblr.com, has done it! She has created the healthiest gummy bear recipe your kids will ever eat!
Made with grass fed gelatin (which is pretty much a super-food) these homemade fruit snacks boast a whole range of health benefits! Creating the recipe from scratch allows you to know exactly what’s in it…no corn syrups, artificial sweeteners or colorings, just wholesome, healthy ingredients.