Tricking your kids into eating healthy is the perpetual struggle of parents. And finding new and creative ways to fit in fruits and vegetables without getting caught only gets more difficult. So, allow us to take off some of the load. With the help of these easy kid-friendly recipes, it might not be so hard to get your children excited about healthy snacks.
These gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo and vegan truffles by What The Fork Food Blog are just as tasty as they are healthy. Avocado and cocoa powder makes for a chocolatey substance that’s hard to differentiate from ordinary chocolate. Combined with an outer coating of shredded coconut, they’ll quickly become your sweet tooth craving.
These adorable toast spreads from Instrupix will keep your kids entertained and fed. Make faces out of blueberries, strawberries, or any other fruit with a delicious almond butter, peanut butter, or Nutella spread. Each face adds a level of excitement not previously found with ordinary toast.
Sneak in some vegetables with these mini muffins from Cupcakes & Kale Chips. Your little ones will barely notice that they’re eating carrots and zucchinis for an afternoon snack.
These applesauce bites by Fun Learning for Kids make a lot of snack with little effort. By taking your favorite applesauce, or combination of apple sauces, and freezing theme into bites, your kids can enjoy the luxury of a popsicle without the mess.
This three-ingredient, no-bake recipe from The Lazy Dish is a perfect on-the-go snack for kids and adults alike. Cheerios, honey and peanut butter make for a sweet candy bar that satisfies your breakfast and dessert needs all in one.
You can make this yummy yogurt bark from Diethood in advance for a quick breakfast or mid-morning snack. Sprinkle berries, granola and some of your other favorite yogurt toppings.
This savory dish from The Melrose Family is the perfect way to use up all the leftover vegetables lying around in your freezer. You can even add chicken to add protein!