7. Fruit Salad
Sometimes we get a little too creative for our own good and forget the easy snacks. Fruit salad is one of those! It’s very simple to put those mismatch of leftover fruits all together in a large bowl or in some cute muffin cups. Your kids will get a nutritional snack, you’ll make more room in the fridge and you won’t ruin their appetite for dinner!
8. Zucchini Pizza Bites
If you and your kids like a more savory after school snacks, then these zucchini pizza bites are for you. They are so quick and easy, it will probably take your oven longer to warm up then anything else. Just slice up some zucchini, broil each side for a few minutes, then top with sauce and cheese. Broil until melted and voila!
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9. Crunchy Cauliflower Bites
I’m not exactly a cauliflower lover but this recipe is changing my mind. All you need is cauliflower, olive oil and salt and pepper! Toss the florets with olive oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper and just bake until crispy Serve with some tasty dip like hummus or yogurt!
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10. Smores Trail Mix
This is a great snack to make in bulk and to add some variety to your after school rotation! You can use items you already have in your pantry, like that half used bag of chocolate chips! Throw together some marshmallows and Golden Grahams or other dry cereal and you’re set. This is a great snack your kids can even make!