Try these healthy snack ideas that will keep your kids happy and healthy
If your little one eats only a handful of foods, making sure they get the healthy nutrients they need can be tough and make meal times a challenge.
From nuggets and mac and cheese to hot dogs and pizza, you can serve these 22 homemade, healthy snacks to your kids guilt-free.
They’re all more nutritious than their “real” alternatives and taste much better.
They’re gluten-free and lightly fried in beneficial coconut oil to give them that signature crunch without getting soggy.
This simple chicken is a great after-school healthy snack.
Loaded with fatty acid-rich salmon, this lunchtime favorite is one of those timeless healthy snacks for kids.
Cost-effective cod makes this an easy-to-make recipe that’s also easy on the wallet.
Did you know that, when baked, carrots taste very similar to sweet potatoes? So it makes sense to give your kids a double dose of vitamins and minerals with this healthy snack.
They’re a fabulous vitamin C-packed food, and this recipe uses just four ingredients to turn the vegetable into fries your whole family will love.
I love the addition of fiber-rich chia seeds to give this recipe an extra-healthy boost.
This genius grilled cheese recipe replaces nutritionally empty white bread with cauliflower “bread” slices.
This super-customizable grilled cheese is bursting with so much flavor, your kids won’t notice all the healthy extras.
This recipe knocks it out of the park.
With the benefits of kefir adding a dual nutritional and protein punch, you can feel as good about serving this as your kids will eating it!
Skip starchy potatoes altogether and opt for vitamin A-loaded sweet potatoes in this mashed recipe.
Eggplant recipes are not easily found, and that’s a shame because they’re so good for kids.
This sea salt and vinegar potato chip alternative will have even the fiercest veggie haters begging for more.
A little bit sweet thanks to sugar (use coconut!), a little bit spicy with a whole lot of zest, these sweet potato chips are sure to be a hit
Quinoa, an excellent source of protein, replaces ground beef in this meat-free version of the cafeteria favorite.