snack to school week, Day 5: snack roundup

It’s the last day of the first week of school for us. And the last day of Snack to School Week here. I’m a little bit sad since it’s been such fun sharing these school-snack related recipes with you.

However, I’m excited to end this week with a recipe roundup of snacking inspiration that will keep you going with school snack ideas for awhile. I can’t wait to try these out myself, test them on my kids and come up with a new recipes for Snack to School Week 2018.

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Cinnamon Apple Chips ll Carrie’s Experimental Kitchen

A fun way to put a new spin on a lunchbox staple.
photo & recipe credit :: carries experimental kitchen
photo & recipe credit :: carrie’s experimental kitchen

 

 

Nut Free Protein Energy Bars ll Petite Allergy Treats

A great option for children with allergies or who attend nut-free schools.
photo & recipe credit :: petite allergy treats

 

 

7-Layer Dip

Layer the dip into individual containers or mix up a big batch for both home and school. This is one recipe that everyone in my family enjoys – an extremely rare occurrence around here!

 

 

Vegan Cheezy Crackers ll Robin Robertson via Glue & Glitter

Finally, a vegan answer to goldfish crackers and cheez-its!
Recipe from Veganize It! by Robin Robertson // Photo Credit Glue and Glitter

 

Blueberry Peach Fruit Roll Ups ll Cupcakes and Kale Chips

Another fun twist on sending fruit to school and no need to worry about bruising or mushiness!
recipe and photo credit :: cupcakes and kale chips

 

 

Salt & Vinegar Zucchini Chips ll Sugar-Free Mom

If you’re children like salt and vinegar chips, give these a try…it may help them become more excited about eating zucchini at the dinner table too!

recipe and photo credit :: sugar-free mom

 

 

Blueberry Banana Bread Bars

These also are a great breakfast dessert option and are my favorite way to use up very ripe bananas.

 

 

Cinnamon Caramel Apple Energy Balls ll Cupcakes and Kale Chips

This allergy-friendly recipe is both nut and seed free and can be made gluten-free if using gluten-free oats.
recipe and photo credit :: cupcakes and kale chips

 

 

Homemade Cool Ranch Doritos ll She Likes Food

Forget the kids! These would go in my own lunchbag. 
recipe and photo credit :: she likes food

 

 

Peanut Butter Banana Jumbleaya 

Keeping things simple – like this recipe – in the midst of very busy schedules is a smart way to save your sanity. It can also teach your children to experiment with different food combinations.

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