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Healthy Snacks to Give Your Kids for School

October 23, 2020
In this day and age, especially during a pandemic, it's more important to eat healthily. People ought to consider it the norm and a standard to live up to. And you can start with your kids. At an early age, let them get used to eating healthily so that they can get used to it easily. But don't just encourage them to eat healthy food at the family dinner table. Make them healthy snacks to take to school too! This way, they'll know that they should eat better even when you're not there to make sure of it. And here are some delicious options you can prepare for them!

Healthy Snacks to Give Your Kids for School

 

Carrot Sticks with Dip

Among all the vegetables out there, carrots are probably what kids enjoy the most. In fact, carrot sticks have even become a popular snack option for kids. So why not work with that? Slice up your freshest carrots early in the morning for your kids to eat at school. However, this may not be enough to tantalize your kids' taste buds. To add a little more flavor, make a dip as well. It can be cheese, sour cream, honey mustard, and more. Carrots are already good enough for your kids because it less sugar, have vitamins that encourage weight-loss, and they're good for the eye-sight. There's no harm in spicing it up a little with some dip! 

Healthy Snacks to Give Your Kids for School

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Classic TLC

Of course, carrots shouldn't be the only vegetables your kids eat. Others like lettuce and tomatoes are good too. The former is a good source of fiber and vitamin C, so if they pair it with some orange juice, they'll get double the needed vitamin. While the latter, on the other hand, are full of antioxidants that your body will also need. So which snack has both of them? A classic TLC! You don't have to make them as big as in the fast-food places. Just the right size to fill your kids' stomachs and leave them wanting more! 

Healthy Snacks to Give Your Kids for School

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Banana Muffins

Pastries are always great for snacks. Since they're often sweet, they're more standard for breakfast but they can work for recess and lunch too! And one of the best that you can bake for your kids to pack up for school is a banana muffin. A banana is a good source of potassium that helps keep the heart healthy. Slicing one up to put in a muffin is a great idea! Soft, chewy, and sweet, they'll enjoy biting into these treats the moment the recess bell rings. It also helps that they'll be easy to pack in their lunchboxes too. 

Healthy Snacks to Give Your Kids for School

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Pretzels with Dip

If your kid is really into pastries but grown tired of muffins, a pretzel is an interesting alternative. They might find the shape a little funny but they'll definitely enjoy the taste. Even more so if you also made a dip to make it sweeter! But why pretzels? Because compared to many other pastries out there, a pretzel has lower calories. While eating too much of it can still pack on the carbs, one per day won't hurt. Also, it's a convenient way for your kids to quickly eat and earn enough energy so that they'll still have time to play during their break. 

Healthy Snacks to Give Your Kids for School

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Fruits with PB&J

Your kids probably already love PB&J so making them some for school won't be that challenging. It's a classic American snack, similar to how a croissant is a quintessential Parisian treat or a cannoli is a classic Roman dessert. It's healthy too, as peanut butter is a good source of protein while jam has unsaturated fats your kids' bodies might benefit from. But to ensure that they won't grow tired of it, you can also incorporate some fruit in the sandwich as well. Apple or banana slices are great for a start. Or you can include some bits of strawberry, blueberry, raspberry—or whatever berry that's the same as the jam's flavor—too! 

Healthy Snacks to Give Your Kids for School

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Getting used to eating healthily can be challenging if you start it later in life. So don't let your kids face the same problem! While they're at school, prepare some healthy snacks that they can enjoy during recess or lunch. It's better to get them used to such a lifestyle at an early age! 

 

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