Make it a weekly family activity to make everyone's favorite snacks at home. Not only will you save tons of money, but you'll also be able to control what kind of ingredients go into everything. Plus, it's a fun family event that will bring you all closer together and develop your kids' cooking and baking skills.
Instead of buying them at the store (which are filled with high fructose corn syrup, or HFCS), make this homemade fruit leather right in your own kitchen. You can choose the type of fruit, so pick one that's seasonal and at its ripest.
We love how the blogger describes this campfire trail mix: "All of the traditional components of s'mores are combined with pretzels and nuts to make a fun summer campfire trail mix."
Goldfish crackers — even the adults who are kids at heart will love making this at home.
These peanut butter granola balls are filled with protein-packed peanut butter and sweetened with honey. Mix in chocolate chips and cranberries or whatever you have in your pantry. Ideas: shredded coconut, raisins, butterscotch chips and chopped dates.
The classic salt-and-vinegar chips get revamped by making them at home with this recipe for homemade salt-and-vinegar chips.
If your kids love Almond Joy candy bars, these no-bake Almond Joy snack bites are the healthier choice of snack.
Does your child have an insatiable sweet tooth? These healthy candy apple wedges are the trick to satisfying it without all the artificial sugars. Fresh apples, antioxidant-packed dark chocolate and nutrient-dense walnuts make for a terrific summer snack.
These whole wheat-and-cheddar mini crackers are the ultimate kid snack, so be sure to make a double batch to satisfy hungry tummies.
Made with some great spices, fresh carrots, coconut oil and applesauce, these carrot cake cookies are the perfect little treat to get your little ones to eat carrots.
How ingenius are these microwave potato chips? You can definitely turn this into a fun science project to explain how the microwave cooks the potatoes.
These homemade Ritz crackers would make the perfect addition to snack time or even to a cheese platter for a get-together.
We love that these strawberry-oatmeal breakfast bars make the perfect on-the-go breakfast option, both for adults and kids alike.
These butter pecan-caramel Rice Krispies treats couldn't get any simpler, with a butter pecan cake mix as part of the ingredients.
These savory ham-and-cheese hand pies are a great solution for lunch on the run, with apple slices as dessert.
Purchasing those store-bought bags of delicious pita chips can get expensive, but now you can make homemade pita chips in your own kitchen.
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