Snacks are much more than cheese and crackers or cookies with milk. Kids may love sweets but they also appreciate good taste and your creative effort, so serve it well and they’ll be snacking with pleasure.
Fruit & Vegetable Skewers
Not together of course! This is a fun way to enjoy the health benefits of crispy, fresh fruits and vegetables so mix them up; the more the merrier. Add a side dish of ricotta cheese or hummus.
Blend in your favorite fruit and upgrade the shake with natural Greek yogurt, a teaspoon of linseed and one teaspoon of coconut oil.
Broccoli Bites & Melted Cheese
Broccoli hearts are rich in fiber and fun to eat; tender enough. Top with Mozzarella or Parsmesan cheese and
The easiest after-school treat that everyone loves, Edamame is quick to prepare, fun to eat and rich in fiber and protein. Add a special sauce of lightly sautéed scallions, honey and sesame oil.
This is a snack that’s perfect between lunch and dinner. In a bowl, mix an equal portion of peanuts, pistachios, cashew nuts, almonds, raisins, apple rings, cranberries and Goji berries. A handful of dark chocolate chips go a long way.
Chicken & Peanut Sauce
Chicken skewers are very easy to prepare. Dice the chicken cutlets and place them on a hot skillet, grilling them so they’re just right and juicy. Serve with peanut sauce.