Especially if your kids are fussy, it's notoriously difficult to keep coming up with new ideas for healthy snacks little ones will love. Yet at the same time, it is so important that we feed our children good, proper food that will fuel them for the day as they lead their busy lives. If you've ever struggled with healthy snack ideas then check out this post. It contains 14 delicious and nutritious snack ideas your kids are sure to enjoy. Just as well most of them are pretty simple to prepare, as your children are sure to want you to keep making these snacks over and over again! Check them out!
Cereal 'Bliss Balls' which you can make in just five minutes. Find instructions here.
Layered fruit smoothie you can whip up in literally a few minutes. Instructions here.
Why not try these adorable homemade snack packs. Instructions here.
Or these delicious-looking sweet potato tots. Find the instructions here.
These 'ants on a log' are easy and delicious, and you can substitute the 'ants' for other ingredients such as raisins, dried blueberries or crushed nuts and seeds. Instructions here.
Mini sandwiches are always popular. And the healthy combinations are endless, from applesauce and jam to cucumber and hummus!
Ditch the store-bought granola bars, which are generally loaded with sugar, in favor of homemade almond butter and chocolate drizzle bars. Instructions here.
The classic healthy snack: stick vegetables, pita and hummus dip.
Why not try these gorgeous homemade fruit butterflies? Instructions here.
These vegan thick shakes are easy to make and taste incredible. Instructions here.
Have you ever thought of hiding vegetables in your cookies? What a brilliant idea. Instructions here.
Frozen fruit popsicles are a great one for summer and so much healthier than store bought ones. Instructions here.
These bite sized snack balls are so versatile they can be tailored to suit any child's likes and dislikes. Start with Oatmeal Raisin Bites; instructions here.
Make apple 'cookies' using peanut butter or seed butter, substituting chocolate chips for dairy free ones if you wish. Lunch tip: put two 'cookies' together to make a sandwich. Instructions here.