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Healthy snacks you can bring to a class party

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Yummy (and healthy) class party treats you can make yourself

Looking for a treat or snack to bring to a class party? Skip the cookies and doughnuts and go for one of these healthy (and tasty) snacks.

Homemade healthy granola bars

Skip the boxed granola bars and serve up a tray of these healthy homemade granola bars, instead.

Healthier no-bake Nutella bites

no-bake Nutella bites

Kids love chocolate and peanut butter, so we're sure they'll go nuts over these no-bake Nutella bites. No oven means they're quick and easy, and since they're made with Nutella, you know they'll be good.

Whole-wheat chocolate and banana muffins

Whole-wheat chocolate and banana muffins

Every kid gets excited when mom brings cupcakes to school, but they'll be just as thrilled with this healthier choice. You're still giving them chocolate, after all. Also, you'll win bonus points from the teacher, who will be happy to avoid the afternoon sugar crash that comes with cupcakes.

Sea salt and vanilla popcorn

Sea salt and vanilla popcorn

This isn't your everyday popcorn. Sea salt and vanilla give a unique taste kids will love. Make a big batch and send it to school in individual baggies, perfect for snacking.

Fruit kabobs

fruit kabobs

Photo credit: Armelle

If you have the time, fruit kabobs with melon, berries and grapes are a fresh and fun party treat. Just make sure the kids are old enough not to turn their skewers into swords after the fruit is gone!

Rainbow fruit cups

Rainbow fruit cups

Photo credit: Family Friendly Frugality

These irresistible rainbow fruit cups can be assembled in minutes. They'll also be devoured in minutes.

Gluten-free blueberry mini muffins

Gluten-free blueberry mini muffins

Photo credit: Cupcakes and Kale Chips

With food sensitivities on the rise, it's not a bad idea to serve a gluten-free treat. How good do these gluten-free blueberry mini muffins look? Let's just say if you're drooling, you're not alone.

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