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Never underestimate the ravenousness of a child just out of school. It might be the first moment that a kid can pause to reflect on the day, or it might be your only chance to shovel some nutrition into his face before band rehearsal, dance class, or field-hockey practice. Don't pass up this golden opportunity!
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Quick and healthy snacks to power kids and adults through work, school, practices and more.
If kids had their way, their diet would consist entirely of food that is neon in color, sweet in flavor and, preferably, accompanied by a toy. Unfortunately for us parents, there are plenty of options that fill those criteria, especially when it comes to snacks. However, with a bit of savvy, smart parents can find healthy alternatives that are still fun for the kids, while not guilt-inducing for us.
I dropped the ball with my children's snacks. I never sank so low as to give them candy between meals, although I did allow them plenty of sweets. That, I don't regret a bit.
These chewy oatmeal bars have an added kick of flavor with Pace® Salsa and apricot preserves.
A snack cereal mix recipe can't strike out with just three ingredients. Just pour, toss, and munch!
Here's little snack for the little eaters in your life. Top bear-shape graham cookies with yogurt and fresh berries for a healthy treat.
These easy soybean snacks have a great crunch and are very versatile. Give them a kick with cayenne pepper or chili powder.
Applesauce takes the place of some of the fat in these sweet, chewy cookies that are perfect for an afterschool snack or a healthy dessert.
The nut, raisin, and coconut filling tops whole grain crust in these nutty grain-filled cookie bars.
Step aside, chips! Here are our favorite healthy sides and snacks to keep you and your little ones happy at lunch time.
Flaxseeds contain both soluble and insoluble fiber, making these diabetic bread sticks a good and healthy side for soups and salads.
Let the kids stir together a batch of this high-energy snack mix. It's perfect for hiking, biking, or backyard munching.
Just about any fruit will do in this healthy homemade icy pop that provides a welcome chill on hot summer days.
Kids love these crispy peanut-shape cookies filled and drizzled with peanut butter. Let kids help make the patterns to make the cutout cookies.
Make this cheesy bread as a side recipe for a bowl of soup on a snowy day. Or make them for a child's snack.