By Allison YoungUpdated Aug 01, 2018
Photo: Roberto Caruso
Dress up plain Greek yogurt with colourful fruit in these fun Kiwi Yogurt Cups. It only tastes 10 minutes to make this delicious treat that the kids will love.
Get the recipe: Kiwi Yogurt Cups
Move over jam! Putting fresh berries on toast is a much healthier snack. And if your short on time, you don't have to macerate the strawberries, though it does make them jucier.
Get the recipe: Cottage Cheese with Macerated Berries
Satisfy sweet and salty tastebuds with this simple snack mix that combines tons of yummy kid favourites.
Get the recipe: Kettle Corn Snack Mix
These crunchy kale chips can be made with a simple kale massage. It's so easy little hands can help out as well. Not to mention it's a super healthy snack that kids will think is super yummy.
Get the recipe: Kale Chips
These tasty brownie bites are simple and you don't even have to bake them. So forget about the almost-burning-them stress! These sweet treats are perfect for little hands to hold. Add some flaxseed to the mix for a healthier twist.
Get the recipe: No-Bake Brownie Bites
Whirl fruit and Greek yogurt in a blender and you've got a high-protein snack.
Get the recipe: High-Protein Smoothie
While going out to the store and buying some energy bars may seem like the simpler option, trust us when we say making these fruit and nut energy bars is just as easy (it takes five minutes) and they taste better too. Little tummies and big tummies will love these sweet and nutty bars.
Get the recipe: Fruit and Nut Energy Bars
Gather your ingredients and blend them together. It's that simple. Kiddies will love dipping their veggies into this delicious twist on tradditional hummus. You'll love that it only takes five minutes to make.
Get the recipe: Cashew Hummus
Bet you didn’t know how easy it is to make your own fruit leather. With only four simple ingredients, you just blend them together and pour into a pan. Easy-peasy.
Get the recipe: Blueberry-Apple Fruit Leather
If you don't have 15 minutes to make your own kettle corn, buy it from the store. Then add your own sweet cinnamon toast topping. Delish.
Get the recipe: Cinnamon Toast Kettle Corn
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