Snacks on the GoLike many of their millennial parents, kids are always on the go and they're snacking more than ever. Snacks packaged in squeeze tubes or utensil-free packages have been a huge hit for young ones who just want to fill their bellies and get going. Some of the most popular are yogurt and fruit snacks – which pack a mix of fruit and even vegetables like squash and broccoli. Thankfully there are easy alternatives to making these at home with smoothies and yogurt dots. Try these kid-friendly green smoothies at home.
Fruit SnacksIt’s no surprise that if given the choice, kids often opt for sweet over savory. While too much of it is not be ideal, fruit snacks are a great combination of a treat and a vitamin source. The less processed the better, of course, so we've got a few options of how to go about it, like fruit bark you can make yourself or these cute Jolly Jellyfish Snacks.
Healthy CookiesWhat kid doesn’t love cookies? There have been quite a few variants of breakfast biscuits on the market as of late that combine the nutrients kids need with the sweetness of a good cookie. They range from vegan no-bake almond butter cookies to cranberry-orange-nut, to even sweet potato oatmeal raisin cookies.
Cheese CrackersWho can forget about Goldfish crackers? This snack was popular for us as kids and still is today - particularly for my nephew who can't get enough of them. These are great to hold kids over or to top up their mid-day meal. But if you’re not into buying the usual processed kind at the supermarket, there’s easy vegan ways of making your own.
What snacks are your kids obsessed with?
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