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Healthy Kid Snack Ideas- Perfect for Summer or At-Home School

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It’s summer and my kids keep telling me they are hungry. It’s exhausting. Anyone else feel that way? I’ve decided I need a long list of items that the kids can choose from and just go grab. Some items I have to make and prepare, but a lot of them are grab and go snacks- which is easy on everyone. These would be great for at-home school which is coming in a few weeks too. I notice if my kids aren’t hungry, they work and learn a lot better.

  1. Frozen Banana Yogurt Pops
  2. Granola Bars or Breakfast bars
  3. Applesauce packets
  4. Popcorn
  5. Crackers and cheese- make your own or buy them here.
  6. Crackers and peanut butter- make your own or buy them here. 
  7. Ants on a log: Celery with peanut butter and raisins or chocolate chips on top
  8. Dried fruit– easy to eat when doing school
  9. Belvita breakfast biscuits– my kids LOVE these and they fill you up
  10. Fruit and veggie smoothies
  11. Protein energy bites
  12. Muffins/Breads freeze them and then just grab them out when needed
  13. Nutella and Banana Sushi
  14. Yogurt and granola parfait- add any fruit you have on hand
  15. Pirates Booty
  16. Hummus and crackers
  17. Chips and salsa
  18. Peanut Butter Cheerio Bars
  19. Fruit Snacks- either make your own, or buy them!
  20. Nuts/ Trail Mix

Pick a few each week and rotate them so the kids have something to look forward to. This might help their energy when they get tired doing their school work.

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