Whether they're home for the night or off to a play date or some other after-school activity, help re-energize your kids with these tasty and healthy options for after-school snacking.
Sometimes cut-up veggies and ranch dip isn't very interesting, so give your kids a new veggie treat:
Peanut butter is a classic kid favourite, but almond and cashew butters are delicious, too. Use SoyNut butter for a peanut and nut-free option. Give these a try:
Fruit salad is a great idea, but for something fun and different try these alternatives:
There are too many options to list here, since almost any combination of fruit, yogurt and juice processed together in the blender will work. Use frozen fruit or ice to get a thick smoothie. A few yummy combinations are:
Making cookies, muffins and granola bars at home is a great way to help your child eat healthy. It's an easy way to add dried fruit, vegetables, seeds, nuts and whole grains to your child's after-school snack routine.
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