This beautiful bowl combines all the vitamin C and antioxidants of some of your favorite berries! Add protein-rich plain or non-dairy yogurt and you have a snack that’s easy to assemble with hungry kids!
Green Monster Smoothie
For a quick, healthy snack, nothing beats a smoothie! Ready in just a few minutes, this delicious mix of fruit and veggies has an added “green monster” appeal for young snackers.
Everyone loves hummus! Creamy and delicious, it’s not just great for a snack, but a perfect addition to sandwiches, wraps, and even pizza! Eat it with your favorite veggies.
Ants On A Log
A kid favorite, Ants on a Log has protein from nut butter and fiber from the celery making it a filling snack. Kids will love decorating their own Ants on a Log creation with healthy ingredients like raisins and sunflower seeds.
Roasted Garlic Broccoli
Broccoli is known for its high Vitamin C content, but not everyone knows that it also contains protein. It’s a favorite amongst kids not only because it’s tasty, but also because it’s the “tree” you can eat!
Chickpeas (also known as Garbanzo Beans) are protein powerhouses! Combined with fresh tomatoes and cucumbers, you have a refreshing dish that is perfect for a quick lunch, dinner, side dish, or pita pocket filler.
This recipe is simple and the perfect healthy side dish for dinner or lunch. Kids love the taste and just one medium carrot has more than a day’s recommended amount of Vitamin A.
Tomato Cucumber Stacked “Sandwiches”
Here is the description for the Tomato Cucumber Stacked “Sandwiches”
Savory Funny Open-Faced Sandwich
Savory Funny Open-Faced Sandwich will leave you laughing after lunch.
Banana Bear Toast
Here is the description for Nut Butter and Banana Sandwiches. The variation is with a handful of raisins.