Over the past few months, your kids have been spending a lot more time at home, which means you’ve had to find ways to entertain them and keep them well-fed. Sure, you could always give your kids cookies, chips, or candy, but if you’re looking for healthier options that your kids will love, try these snacks.
Frozen Banana Pops
These taste just like ice cream and they’re much more exciting to make. All you need to do is cut the bananas in half and dip them in yogurt, peanut butter, or melted chocolate. Let your kids dip them in the toppings of their choice and then freeze them. Some ideas are chocolate chips, sprinkles, coconut, peanuts, or cereal.
Chocolate-Hazelnut Fruit Pizza
Dessert pizza, yum! This snack takes only 10 minutes to make and your kids will get their serving of fruit. Some of our favorite fruits to put on the pizza are strawberries and bananas.
PBJ on a Stick
Give the classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich a twist by putting it on a stick. What kid doesn’t love playing with their food while eating it?
Fruit and Cheese Kabobs
Fruit and cheese pair so well together and these are a great summer snack. Prepare these ahead of time and bring them to the beach, park, or playground. Dip them in yogurt for a tasty treat.
Your food should look as good as it tastes and these rainbow strawberries are a delicious snack. The strawberries are dipped in melted candy-coated discs and then topped with toppings of your choice. Get creative and make animals or unicorns with the strawberries.