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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Ready for that roundup? Here we go…
Cinnamon Apple Chips ll Carrie’s Experimental Kitchen
A fun way to put a new spin on a lunchbox staple.
Nut Free Protein Energy Bars ll Petite Allergy Treats
A great option for children with allergies or who attend nut-free schools.
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!
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!
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!
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.
Homemade Cool Ranch Doritos ll She Likes Food
Forget the kids! These would go in my own lunchbag.
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.