Easy Snacks for Kids
Star Wars Snacks for Kids from Mess for Less – These cute Princess Leia cupcakes are great for a party or an everyday snack for your Star Wars fan.
Frozen Banana Penguins from Reading Confetti – Chocolate and Bananas go great together and who can resist these adorable penguins?
Banana Pudding Cups from Your Modern Family – Most kids love banana pudding and this treat adds some yummy Nilla wafers and whipped cream.
Double Stuffed Rolo Ritz Crackers from Mess for Less – kick the classic stuffed Ritz up a notch! This is a fun snack that kids can help to make. If you love the sweet and salty combo, you must try this.
Apple Monster Snacks from My Joy Filled Life – Most kids balk at healthy snacks, but this is one that they will gobble up – if it doesn’t gobble them first!
Alphabet and Number Pretzels from ABC Creative Learning – Kids love pretzels and helping out in the kitchen. These easy snacks for kids manage to combine both as they incorporate learning with snack time.
Apple Pizza from Pre-K Pages – Another healthy snack that uses crunchy apples as the base and tops them with peanut butter and dried fruits.
Cucumber Boat Shaped Snack from Natural Beach Living – This is a great snack if you are having a beach themed party. You can also enjoy it any day. I bet this would be such fun for kids to make.
No Bake Cereal Bars with Blueberries from Mess for Less – These are easy to make and delicious. My kids love the blueberry and chocolate flavor and they make the perfect after school snack.
Frozen Yogurt Afterschool Snack from Emma Owl – I love how this snack is made with yogurt and toppings that you can totally personalize.
Cheesy Pizza Crescent Roll Ups from For Modern Kids – This can made for an easy after school snack or a meal. If you have kids who love pizza, have them give these a try.
Eat At Home Meal Plans
I am super excited to tell you about Eat At Home Meal Plans. If you are stressed trying to decide what to make for dinner each night or simply don’t want to spend money to eat out, this might be just the thing for you. Sign up for the plans, and each month you will get access to 4 separate meal plans (Traditional, Wholesome Traditional, Slow Cooker, and No Flour/No Sugar). All you have to do is print the plans, color-coded grocery lists, and recipes you want for the month. There are so many options, even the picky eaters in your life will find something they like.
When it is time for dinner, just make that night’s recipe (choices include make-ahead, freezer meals, slow-cooker recipes, and other time-saving strategies) and relax.
I know you have more important things to do than meal planning. With Eat At Home Meal Plans someone else can do it for you. Monthly, quarterly and annual plans are available.
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