As the busy pace of back-to-school is right around the corner, we created a guide of easy, healthy snacks to send off with your little ones.
Homemade Chocolate Chip Granola Bars
Create your own healthy combination of oats and seeds mixed with honey, brown sugar, grapeseed oil and your favorite spices to taste. Add in flax and sunflower seeds for extra fiber and nutrients! Recipe.
Hummus & Vegetable Sticks
Easy to prepare and even easier to devour, parents can’t go wrong with fresh carrots, celery, bell-pepper strips, cucumber slices and broccoli florets. Include mini pita chips on days when a little extra sustenance is needed!
Alternate between apple, pineapple, papaya, mango and more to provide your children a sweet treat without the artificial sweeteners!
Sweet Potato Chips
A nutritious baked and less salty alternative to processed chips, sweet potato chips are rich in Vitamin A. Here is one of our favorite recipes if you’re looking to make your own! Recipe.
Zucchini Brownie Bites
Sneak some extra vegetables into your kid's lunch box with these moist and delicious chocolate squares and forgo the eggs. Try your hand at this decadent healthy brownie recipe that is also butter free! Recipe.
It can be a challenge to find creative snack time solutions to fuel your children through both school and sports. We hope these delicious yet healthful treats help! What is your child’s favorite snack and how do you find a healthy alternative?