Salmon Fish SticksLooking for an easy way to get your children to enjoy the benefits of eating fish? Made with just FIVE ingredients, these salmon fish sticks are a kid-friendly and flavorful way to introduce fish to your littles! Rich in omega-3s and a great source of protein and potassium, salmon acts as a superfood with major health benefits.
Apple NachosAn easy way to spice up snack time for the kids is to change the way a typical snack is presented. Watch as we level up our apples and peanut butter while getting the kids to eat superfood hemp seeds as well as vitamin rich pumpkin & sunflower seeds 😉
Chocolate Peanut-Butter Overnight OatsHave you tried overnight oats yet?? It’s the ultimate meal-prep breakfast that’s made the night before by just mixing some simple pantry items together in a mason jar and storing in the fridge. Made with sprouted rolled oats, protein-rich peanut butter, unsweetened cocoa powder, and chia seeds, this nutritious decadent breakfast is ready in the morning and is super kid-friendly!
Frozen Banana BitesI'm all about nutritious yet filling snacks for my kids that they can create with me. I find when the kids pitch in, it gets them more excited to eat the healthy foods we're making together. These frozen chocolate peanut butter banana bites are a great snack option because they're rich in potassium from the bananas, protein from the peanut butter, and healthy fat from the superfood hemp hearts!
Healthy Homemade Granola BarsHave you ever looked at the ingredients in store-bought granola bars? Generally, there are around 30 ingredients, half of which we don't quite know what they are, and always a load of added sugars. Homemade is such a great option because besides tasting delicious, you can see the simple and clean ingredients going into the bars. Made with sprouted rolled oats, protein-rich natural peanut butter and sweetened by pure honey, these bars will become your new favorite granola treats!
Trail Mix Bites (No Bake)An easy and protein filled no-bake treat, these energy balls are an easy snack that can be made alongside your children. With basic pantry items, these bliss bites are gluten-free, vegan, and can be made nut-free if you substitute the nut butter with sunflower seed butter. They store beautifully in the fridge but I prefer the freezer so we always have some on hand!
Frozen Yogurt BarkFrozen yogurt bark is a great healthy snack option or breakfast all year-round. Perfect for baby-led weaning, toddlers, kids, and adults alike, this no-bake frozen treat is enjoyed straight out of the freezer. Protein packed Greek yogurt (coconut milk yogurt also works if vegan) is naturally sweetened with honey or pure maple syrup and then mixed in with nutritious fresh fruit! The best part is that this treat is such a fun snack activity where children can let their imaginations run wild... there are endless flavor options depending on what toppings you want to add to the yogurt mixture!
Mint Chocolate Hot CocoaNow that the colder winter months have arrived, it’s time to bundle up with our plant-based hot chocolate! Made with Happy Way Cacao Mint Hemp Protein Powder (#sponsored), this superfood powder adds mint chocolate flavor plus a scoop of fiber, iron, and magnesium. It’s also rich in omega 3 and omega 6 essential fatty acids that help energy production and strengthen the immune system. Gluten-free, vegan friendly, non GMO, and organically grown, it’s also rich in antioxidants from the added chia seeds!
Fruity Santa HatsAn easy no-bake fruity Christmas treat that will get the kids excited for the holidays! Vegan, gluten-free, and even dairy-free, this snack works for most dietary restrictions and takes a minute to assemble! Happy holidays!
Reindeer Celery SticksThese healthy Christmas snacks are a great way to get your kids to try celery! My 3 year old never tried this veggie before, but couldn't resist when looking at these reindeer treats. Gluten free + vegan, this snack can be made nut-free by substituting the peanut butter and hazelnut spread with chocolate hummus or sunflower seed butter.
Pita Christmas TreesThese finger foods are an easy + nutritious way to get your little ones into the Christmas holiday spirit! 🥑 All you need for this fun snack activity is whole wheat pita bread (or gluten-free), avocado mash, bell peppers, and pretzel sticks!
Parmesan Crusted Zucchini RoundsLooking for an easy kid-friendly side dish? Made with just 3 simple ingredients, these zucchini crisps take minimal prep time and are a great way to get in those vitamins, potassium, and fiber... so load up!