Spider CookiesIt’s officially spooky season over here (hello October!!) and we’re kicking it off with these no-bake 5-ingredient Halloween cookies. They’re shockingly simple to make and I promise, you don't have to be in your Pinterest era to make them.Halloween Edible Witch’s BroomsticksNeed a last minute Halloween themed snack idea? These witch’s broomsticks take a few minutes to assemble and use simple ingredients.Mummy Apple PopsSave these down to make for Halloween! These 4 ingredient apple pops are simple to make and are a great way to welcome spooky season. All you need is an apple, semi-sweet chocolate, white chocolate, and mini chocolate chips (can you tell we love chocolate??)Strawberry GhostsBookmark this page down for an easy Halloween snack that’s always a crowd-pleaser! We’ve leveled up these chocolate strawberries with a spooky twist.Jack O’Lantern Apple PopsIt’s almost spooky season and we’re rounding up our favorite Halloween treats! These apple pops are made with just five ingredients: apples, white chocolate, plant-based natural orange food color, semi-sweet chocolate, and dye-free candy for the green stem. It’s a fun after-school treat and a great hands-on activity for the kids to get creative!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 😉Autumn Chocolate BarkLet’s make some seasonal chocolate bark and recreate all the colors of autumn! Made with white chocolate and plant-based dye-free color, these chocolates are a sweet treat without all the junk artificial food coloring. Want in on a secret for how we got those golden hues? It’s just some nutrient dense turmeric! We’re all for coloring our foods with nature’s rainbow of colors. Ditch the Red40 (and every other number) and make these instead!Smore’s Energy BitesThese 𝒏𝒐-𝒃𝒂𝒌𝒆 bliss balls are great for lunchboxes, make ahead snacks, or on-the-go treats. We love storing them in the freezer so they’re always ready for those moments when my kids are “staaaarving” aka 5 min after they had a meal 🙄 . They're everything you want from a fire-pit s’mores but without all the prep, hassle, and smokey scent that just won’t leave your clothes . These bliss balls are made with whole grain oats and are sweetened naturally by pure maple syrup.
Apple Slice “Donuts”If you’re looking for a wonderful seasonal food activity to do with the kids, I highly recommend these apple "donuts"! Both Liv and Sawyer had the best time painting and decorating their apple slices. It’s great for fine motor skills and sparks creativity. All you need is 2 apples, a cup of Greek yogurt (nondairy yogurt works great too if vegan!) and 2 starter spoons to act as their paint brushes. (Also note that the yogurt can easily be replaced with chocolate spread, peanut butter, or hazelnut spread. The options are endless!) Fill some bowls with different toppings, and let their imagination take care of the rest!
Spiced Apple Granola CupsLet’s get all the Autumn feels together with these no-bake breakfast treats.
🍂 Crunchy granola combined with creamy nut butter forms our addicting cup’s base. Once frozen, we fill it with tart Greek yogurt topped with cinnamon coated cooked apples and a drizzle of sweet honey or pure maple syrup.Hungry Caterpillar Snack BoardBack to school season is upon us and we're celebrating with a yummy after-school snack! 🐛 All you need are green apples, a strawberry, raisins, blueberries, popcorn and cheddar balls.Chia JamThis 3- ingredient jam is the perfect recipe for back to school! Made with just berries, chia seeds, and optional pure maple syrup/honey, this lunch comes together within minutes (and even my 5 year old can put it together himself!). We love making homemade jam because it’s made with chia seeds which are a great source of fiber and minerals and contains way less sugar than store-bought.