Creamy Peanut Butter Acai BowlDid you know açaí is a superfood packed with antioxidants that aid in immune support? This rich & creamy indulgent açaí bowl has become a favorite breakfast and snack for Liv & Sawyer (last week we even managed to pack it for Liv’s school snack!). We top it with all the yummy goodies like berries, homemade granola, banana, and hemp seeds.Fruit ConesReady for an easy patriotic treat? These warm weather treats are a great alternative to ice cream when you want something refreshing but without the sugar crash.
🍦 Filled with fresh berries and Greek yogurt, this snack is packed with protein, healthy fat, and fiber to keep your kids’ bellies satisfied for longer. It’s also a great snack activity for the kids to dip their cones in chocolate and decorate with sprinkles. A win for both mom and child!Patriotic Banana PopsLet’s make red, white, and blueberry banana pops for Memorial Day! Did you know that when frozen, bananas become creamy like ice cream? These pops are a healthy way to sneak in a fruit and couldn’t be easier to make. They’re also a great way to use up those bananas that have been sitting on your counter all week!Mandarin Butterfly PopsSpring has finally arrived and we’re celebrating with this easy snack activity that’s packed with Vitamin C (and some healthy chocolatey antioxidants!).
🦋 All you need is a mandarin orange, some melted chocolate, reusable cake pop sticks, and dye-free green sprinkles.
Flower Apple PopsWe’re celebrating the start of Spring with a healthy snack activity!
🌺 These flower apple pops are a great way to get your kids excited about the change of season while sparking creativity. With just some apple slices, white chocolate, and assorted fruits, this snack comes together within minutes!Pot of Gold Snack BoardReady for an easy St. Paddy’s Day snack board that’s perfect for entertaining or even a fun after school treat? My kids loved helping me assemble this rainbow fruit board with a delicious pot of snack gold at the end. They may have eaten half the fruit and organic corn puffs before they made it on the snack tray, but they were all giggles and happy bellies while doing it.(Plant-Based) Easter Egg Charcuterie Board🐣 With the holidays approaching, I’m always looking for nutritious yet easy holiday-inspired snack ideas to feed my kids (and any guests that may stop by 🏃♂️ ). I’ve found snack plates to be such a great option to incorporate veggies into my kids’ diets while making it fun. In addition to veggies or fruits, I love adding a healthy fat (avocado from our homemade guacamole) and plant-based protein.
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💲Use promo code code LIVLAUGHCOOK25 to get 25% off your first order on eatNowadays.com.No-Bake Bird Nest Cookies (candy version)Although we don’t celebrate Easter, Liv & Sawyer learned about the holiday through Peppa Pig’s Easter egg hunt, and once they saw chocolate was involved, they begged me to join in on the festivities 😂.
These no-bake nests taste like oatmeal raisin cookies and are naturally sweetened by dates. We used coconut flour, making it a grain free and gluten free treat. Oh, and for all those celebrating Passover, this works for that holiday too (as long as peanut butter is part of your tradition)! Cookies bring us all together✌️