Delicious and Creative Snack Hacks for Busy Parents

As parents, we're always on the lookout for convenient and healthy snack options that our kids will love.   🌟 Snack time after school can feel overwhelming and maybe you have a picky eater (like my son!).  Why not take snack time to the next level by adding a fun and creative twist?

We're sharing some amazing DIY kid's snack hacks that are not only tasty but also easy to prepare.  Let's get started with the top 4

 🍎Fruit Kabobs: Transform fruit into an enticing snack by threading bite-sized pieces onto wooden skewers. Kids will love the colorful and playful presentation.

fruit kabob

 🥕Veggie "Cars": Create "cars" using celery filled with cream cheese as the body, mini peanut butter crackers for the wheels, and a teddy bear cookie as the driver. Use a bit of cream cheese as the glue to hold the wheels on.

veggie cars


 🥪Mini Sandwiches: Make mini sandwiches with cookie cutters in various shapes, like stars or dinosaurs. The different shapes add a fun element to classic PB&J or cheese sandwiches.

cookie cut mini sandwiches

🎨Frozen Yogurt Dots: Drop spoonfuls of yogurt onto a baking sheet, freeze them, and voila! You have homemade frozen yogurt dots that kids can snack on. Add fruit for extra flavor.  Check out "I'm Not the Nanny" making it these with her kids here.

Yogurt Dots

Which recipe will you be trying first with your kids?

These DIY kid's snack hacks not only make snack time more exciting but also provide nutritious options for your little ones.  Involve your children in the preparation and make this a fun and educational activity. 😋Get creative in the kitchen, and watch your kids enjoy these delightful and healthy snacks!  We would love to see you and your kids in the kitchen.  Tag #totcraft when posting your pictures.  📸👩‍👧‍👦


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