In my house, we love snacks. The problem is, we get bored of the string cheese and goldfish every day.
So, we asked some of our favorite bloggers to tell us their snack ideas for kids, and rounded up over 150 of them here for you!
Check Out These Over 150 Snack Ideas For Kids
Ahh! These monster apple faces are just the perfect amount of cute and scary!
You can make fun, healthy snacks— all you need is a few cookie cutters and an imagination!
If your kids are like mine, then they grab whatever is easiest to eat. Help them make healthy choices with by making a snack drawer in your fridge.
All these snacks are mom approved, but kids love them.
Chocolate chip cookie dough can actually be good for you with this awesome snack recipe.
Hah! Make your kids work for their food with this map skills snack scavenger hunt.
Soft pretzels are my favorite snack of all time. Did you know you can make your own?
These alphabet cheese crackers are crazy good. My kids can’t get enough of them.
Twinkie Submarines! They’re twinkles that LOOK LIKE submarines! I love them!
These quirky kids snacks include panda burgers and butterflies. Adorbs.
You can make your own pop tarts. Yum!
Homemade hot pockets are cheap and easy.
We love this homemade cinnamon roll french toast.
Oh my! These hairy hot dogs are crazy!
Peanut Butter and Banana Pancake sandwiches are silly to say and fun to eat.
Did you can make your own granola? I had no idea!
No drip popsicles are such a hit at my house.
Make little book sandwiches. They’re so cute!
You can turn snack time into a scrabble game with these DIY Alphabet Tiles.
All the kids in the neighborhood always ask for these silly face crackers.
Fruishi is way better than sushi!
I don’t know if I could eat these banana spiders. Oh, who am I kidding. They look delicious!
Fruit Kabobs are good for kids or adults. I love to serve these at parties.
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