The Best Brain Power Snacks For Your Kids
Hi, everyone! If you know me that well, you will know that I am not good at cooking and I really hate it. Firstly, let me share with you a very interesting list of brain power snacks for your kids originally from SkinnyMom. Plus, I will share with you the recipes.
As a matter of fact, it can be a challenge to provide fuel for our kids especially, during snack time in their very demanding lives. With so much on their schedules and so little time, it is simple to find pre-packaged snacks. But, the downside is that usually the artificial and processed ingredients in those snacks. In addition, these foods will only leave your children feel grumpy and sluggish.
Here are 14 brain-boosting snacks that are still simple to prepare, and delicious for pint-sized picky palates.
1. Yogurt Dip Apple Slices.
Let your dunk and dip! A fun way to incorporate fruit is with a delicious dip. This yogurt version is an easy way to steer clear of dips loaded with sugar. Please click here for the recipe.
2. Cheese Cucumber Sandwiches.
Trade in cheese and crackers for this veggie alternative that still offers a fabulous crunch! Please click here for the recipe.
3. Frozen Blueberry Yogurt Bites.
This homemade and healthy version of store-bought yogurt bites will be hard to keep in stock as little hands and grown-up hands alike will be reaching for this tasty treat. Please click here for the recipe.
4. Autumn Apple Oat Bars.
Forget store-bought bars and prepare this flavorful oat version for the little ones. Additionally, pre-package them yourself by wrapping them in plastic wrap for easy portability. Please click here for the recipe.
5. Blueberry Almond Trail Mix.
Sometimes you just need to keep little hands occupied. Moreover, this finger food can buy you some quiet time for road trips or that quick phone call and offers simple snacking with smart ingredients. Please click here for the recipe.
6. Chocolate Avocado Pudding.
Pudding is a pint-size person’s no-fail dessert. This option sneaks in veggies, but it’s likely that the little munchkins won’t look past the chocolate. Please click here for the recipe.
7. PB and Fruit Protein Balls.
If PB&J is on your kiddo’s must-have list, then these protein balls should be a snacking success. Please click here for the recipe.
8. Skinny Raspberry Dip Fruit Skewers.
This combination is perfect for any party or play date and is a yummy fruit option that’s fun to build and devour. Please click here for the recipe.
9. Spiced Chickpeas.
This snack is insanely popular because of its healthy ingredients and snack-worthy portability. It’s easy to make on your own and much more cost efficient! Please click here for the recipe.
10. PB&J Sushi.
For even more peanut butter and jelly fun, serve these PB&J sushi bites to the kids! We promise there’s no fish. Please click here for the recipe.
11. Apple Sandwiches.
Lose the bread with this amazing apple sandwich creation that packs in flavor and deliciously filling ingredients. Please click here for the recipe.
12. Banana Dog Bites.
Perfect for snacks or lunches, this rolled up a combo of bananas and peanut butter is perfect for portability and packed with protein and flavor. Please click here for the recipe.
13. Mason Jar Veggies and Hummus.
Mason jars offer an innovative way to carry healthy snacks on the go and can be modified to meet your likes and dislikes. Don’t like hummus? Think peanut butter, homemade dressing, and more! Please click here for the recipe.
14. Chia Yogurt Power Bowl
The power of chia – filling and fueling. Finally, incorporate it into your kiddos’ yogurt and leave them feeling satisfied and energized to tackle the rest of the day. Please click here for the recipe.