Ideas for Healthy Snacks Your Kids Will Love
All year long, it’s important to think about what snacks your kids are eating. But on this day of all days, you might want to consider making healthy snacks for the whole family that will satisfy both humans and pets! We’ve compiled a list of ideas for healthy treats that are sure to make everybody happy.
There are lots of different granola bars available at the store, and they taste great. You can also make your own by taking fresh nuts and munching on them. If you don’t want to take nuts, then you can just use walnuts or some other type of all natural nuts. The important thing to remember here is to keep them well filled, so that you can get through all of their mouths!
These are perfect because they’re easy enough for children to eat without trouble but also contain protein which is great for adults looking to maintain an active lifestyle. You can even use different flavors like chocolate or strawberry if you want something sweet with flavor variety.
Carrots & Celery Sticks Dipped in Peanut Butter
Peanut butter is a great source of protein so pairing it with the vegetable sticks makes for an excellent snack choice. You can also try something more creative like almond butter which has similar benefits but tastes different!
Peanut Butter Stuffed Dates
This recipe takes things up another notch by adding some healthy fats into the mix that are sure to make your kids happy! This is a great option for those with nut allergies because it can be made with sunflower seed butter.
ids love them, adults love them, and guess what? They’re good for both of you! Frozen grapes are perfect to eat when you want something sweet but don’t want to ruin your diet. Take note that if you’re looking to give your dog a snack after they run around in an invisible dog fence like those found on Good Pup Life, frozen graps are a bad idea. While dogs might love to play with the little ball-shaped fruits, grapes are known to be poisonous to them.
All of these snacks for kids are great, healthy options for their occasional meals.