Kids often need an energy boost after a long day in the classroom. Instead of processed snacks and junk foods, satisfy after-school munchies with one of these homemade snacks. Most of them are easy enough for the kids to make themselves!
Granola bars are a staple in my pantry, but between my husband, my kids, and my kids’ hungry friends, I can’t seem to keep enough of them in the house. After many trials, I finally cracked the code and came up with a version that puts all those store-bought bars to shame. What’s more, they’re no-bake and take only ten minutes to make. GET THE RECIPE
This quick bread makes the perfect afternoon snack for kids (or parents) in need of a chocolate fix. It has deep chocolate flavor, yet it’s not so sweet that it tastes like dessert. And since it’s loaded with zucchini, it’s a great way to sneak in some greens. GET THE RECIPE
This retro homemade snack mix is always a hit. The recipe makes a TON — perfect for keeping kids and their hungry friends happy all day long. GET THE RECIPE
When you roast chickpeas at a high temperature, they become crisp on the outside and buttery on the inside. They’re as addictive as French fries — and kids love them!…