25 AFTER-SCHOOL SNACKS FOR KIDS - Conscious Cooking

25 AFTER-SCHOOL SNACKS FOR KIDS

If you need inspiration for what to give to your child after daycare, preschool or school, here are some easy ideas to get you started! And if you can involve your child in making them, it’s even better. It’s a great way to connect with your child and teach life skills.

Let me know what you think or if you would like to add anything to the list!

  1. Apple slices + almond or peanut butter
  2. Celery stick with nut butter and raisins
  3. Grapes with organic cheese cubes
  4. Whole-wheat tortilla, nut butter and banana (roll and slice)
  5. Sliced of healthy local bread with nut butter or coconut butter
  6. Raw vegetable sticks with hummus or dip
  7. Tortilla chips and guacamole
  8. Fruit smoothie (you can add yogurt, berries, a handful of spinach..)
  9. Frozen banana bites with dark chocolate
  10. Fruit kebabs
  11. Fruit salad
  12. Fruit leather
  13. Homemade granola bars
  14. Oatmeal cookies
  15. Healthy muffins
  16. Healthy trail mix (add goji berries and dark chocolate chips!)
  17. Chocolate avocado pudding
  18. Shredded coconut macaroons or energy balls
  19. Air popcorn with coconut oil and Himalayan salt
  20. Kale chips, vegetable chips
  21. Dried apples
  22. Homemade gummies or “jell-O”
  23. Homemade popsicles
  24. Organic, plain, full fat yogurt with chia jam
  25. Frozen yogurt grapes

Note: You will find many recipes for healthy snacks in my upcoming cookbook! Stay tuned!

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