It’s snack time and there is nothing in mind what to serve for kids. Do you feel like that some days? I sure do. That’s why I did little homework and gathered some of our favorite healthy snack ideas for kids for entire month. Yes, that’s right – 30 snacks for kids in one place so you can come back any time for some inspiration.
Healthy Snacks For Kids
Any child would love these mini muffin pancake bites for a treat snack.
Some bread, hummus and vegetables can make a great nutritious snack. All you need to do is make cute hummus faces.
Frozen yogurt treats always is a success during hot summer days.
Have you ever tried frushi? It’s rice and fruit! A kid-style sushi.
These mini grilled cheese sandwiches are perfect for play-dates and meet-ups at the park.
Pasta salad always works as a snack for hungry kids. Watch how to turn a simple pasta salad into a turtle.
Yogurt bars are actually very easy to make and you can customize them by putting kids’ favorite berries and fruit.
No-bake carrot balls is another great way to sneak in some nutrition into your child’s diet.
Pancake roll-ups the kid style. Fun way to eat pancakes at any time of the day.
And snacking on regular popcorn isn’t making kids excited try these healthy alternatives.
If you make school book sandwiches you might win “the coolest mom” award.
Simple tutorial how to make minion sandwich.
Fruit roll ups are perfect snack when you are on the go.
Breakfast balls are a healthy alternative when kids skip breakfast.
These adorable frozen fruity yogurt bites can be served at the birthday party.
You can secretly squeeze so many nutritious goodies into these turkey hummus pinwheels.
These super yummy blueberry vanilla greek yogurt granola bars will fill up the hungry tummies.
A healthy smoothie is always a winner for a quick snack.
No kid will refuse this Lego snack.
Tired of traditional PBJ? Try these – peanut butter jelly banana waffle sandwiches.
Frozen yogurt dots will be a nice snack surprise for kids.
Mini quiches could be a perfect snack for a picnic day.
You can easily trick your kids into eating vegetable with these cauliflower tots.
String cheese pencils? They are so cool.
In case kids are in the mood for a pizza make them this colorful rainbow fruit pizza No-one will say no.
Mozzarella cheese sticks don’t have to come from the box. It is actually very easy to make them yourself. Try it.
Frozen pineapple ice pops will cool off your kids during hot summer days.
If you have leftover chicken from dinner these gluten free Mexican mini quiches is a good way to use up leftovers.
Kids tired of regular grilled cheese sandwiches? Try these. They are gourmet, but kids style.
Need a quick snack? These super healthy apple + peanut butter snacks will do the trick.
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