Healthy Snacks You Kids Should Love
What kid doesn’t love potato chips, candy, fried food and all of the snacks that fall into the category of junk food? Well, parents don’t give up on your kids. For some time you’ve tried to encourage them to make healthier snack choices, but it’s been a game of tug of war. Your attempts to get them to eat more vitamin packed foods have continually fallen flat.
There’s no need to fret. You can introduce your kids to foods that are healthy alternatives to the foods they normally want. Just remember, if it’s sweet and savory, it can also be good for them. There are a variety of delicious healthy snacks that kids will love to sink their teeth into. Here are some options:
These sweet bars are a combination of baked rolled oats, nuts, honey, puffed rice. They contain biotin, protein, fiber and zine.
Berry yogurt pops
Frozen yogurt is combined with blueberries and pears. These frozen fruit bars are also a great source of calcium, vitamin C and manganese.
Nutty popcorn and fruit mix
Dried fruit and nuts mixed with popcorn. Kids get protein, fiber and vitamins
A snack mix that combines nuts, dried fruit and granola together for a grab and go treat. It’s also packed with vitamins and minerals.
Sweet potato chips
Sweet potatoes are sliced thinly and baked until they’re crunchy potato chips loaded with vitamin A, potassium and fiber.
Sweet potato fries
Sweet potatoes are sliced and baked. They’re a healthy alternative to French fries and contain Vitamin A.
Low fat milk is combined with power foods like blueberries, strawberries and walnuts that contain vitamins, potassium, fiber, protein and calcium. It’s a great alternative to a milkshake.
Threaded grilled chicken and vegetables are alternately arranged on skewers. They’re a great source of protein and other vitamins and minerals.