Pan Fried Cinnamon Bananas
Cheese and Vegeterian Muffins
BLT Egg Buns
This week, we found some really cute snack ideas for even your pickiest L’ove-Bugs. And best of all…they can MAKE them with you, which means an activity AND a snack (double win!) With these long days confined at home, we can all use some fun ways to eat healthy; and these snacks require very little resources, but encourage lots of creativity. So read on, try them for yourself, and come back to tell us all about it! Photos welcome. 🙂
This idea takes “ants on a log” to a whole new level!
The main ingredients you’ll need for this are celery stalks, peanut butter and/or cream cheese, and whatever fruits and veggies you have in your kitchen! Don’t have all the ingredients shown/listed in the link below? No problem…be creative…carrots, olives, raisins, etc. will work too. That’s the fun part — to let your little ones have fun and get creative! Click below to get the deets straight from the source.
This fun snack will make ANYONE smile!
Ingredients: Apple, peanut butter, mini marshmallows.
A picture is worth a thousand words…and this one really says it all. Sooooo simple to make WITH the kiddos, and even more fun to eat! Try it for yourself and let us know how it went. 🙂 Click the link below to get all the info from the source.
Your littles will think it’s candy, but it’s actually a healthy snack!
Using Greek yogurt, applesauce, or your favorite pureed baby food, make these sweet treats the whole family can enjoy! You just need a pan, a plastic baggie, and your treat of choice to freeze. Best of all, school-aged kids can help make these fun snacks for themselves AND their younger siblings. 🙂
You can also put the yogurt or other pureed food into little paper cups and freeze them with a little popsicle stick inside (or a plastic spoon). When frozen, add a little piece of fresh fruit or little sprinkles on top and serve to your older kids like a little popsicle. Click below to read more from the source!