My post on 5 Awesome And Easy Kid Snacks seems especially pertinent right now, with kids going back to school and all. Plus, I’m always looking for new things to feed Savvy Jr. So here are 10 MORE Awesome and Easy Kid Snacks:
Hungry Mice: The mice are made out of hard-boiled eggs with raisin eyes and almond ears. And of course, don’t forget the cheese.
Fruit Train: A train from watermelon, bananas, grapes, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, and a piece of pineapple, held together with toothpicks. So cute!
Fruit Snake: Strawberries and bananas, cut and arranged in a snake shape, with a strawberry for the head and a blueberries for the eyes.
Veggie Flower: Cucumbers, tomatoes, celery, spinach leaves, carrots, and radishes, arranged in the shape of a flower. Serve with hummus, ranch dressing, or some other kind of dip.
Fruit Flower: Here’s the same idea with bananas, almonds, pretzels, tangerines, and chocolate chips (could also use blueberries).
Banana Rolls: Take a whole wheat tortilla, spread peanut or almond butter inside, then place a banana in the middle. Roll and slice into sushi-shaped snacks.
Apple Mouths: Slice apples, hold them together with peanut butter, and add marshmallows for the teeth.
Dinosaur Sandwich: Cut the bread in the shape of a dinosaur, make a sandwich. Then use cheese crackers for its spines and feet, and stand him on some grapes.
Apple Sandwiches: If that’s too complicated, try these apple sandwiches. Fill two apple slices with options like nutella, peanut butter, almond butter, raisins, granola, chocolate chips, or anything else that sounds good.
Green-Eyed Kitty: And for my personal favorite, make a cat with a round sandwich of your choice, kiwi slices for eyes, and bananas for the ears. Adorable.