These back to school snack ideas can help quench your children’s hunger when they get home from school. You can feel good about the nutrition and nourishment of these healthy snacks, that are also easy and fun to prepare!
These pb2 cookies are so easy to make, and delicious to enjoy. Made with peanut flour, oat flour, eggs, maple syrup and some spices, you can't beat the soft, and delicate finish of these powdered peanut butter cookies.
These diy yogurt pouches will save you money and are SUPER easy and quick to make! Great for the whole family and can be catered to individual dietary preferences, homemade yogurt pouches are the way to go!
These creamy coconut popsicles are the perfect combination of summer, boasting tropical flavors of coconut and pina colada. Pineapple coconut popsicles are naturally sweetened with pineapples, coconut cream and sweet potato.
This Beet Banana Smoothie is a healthy, antioxidant-packed smoothie option, great for after a workout, packed with banana, mango, raw beets and spinach. You won't even taste the spinach in this beet spinach smoothie.
These vegan trail mix bars are great for student athletes on the go, as a pre or post-workout snack. Made with oats, maple syrup, peanut butter and nuts, raisins, and hemp seeds, these wholesome vegan trail mix bars are easy make-ahead snacks!
Cherry Chocolate Chia Pudding is a great way to use those summer cherries. Great as a breakfast, snack or dessert, this chocolate cherry pudding recipe with cherries and chocolate is an easy vegan dessert.
These Gluten Free Chocolate Zucchini Muffins are made with chickpea flour and naturally sweetened with bananas. Zucchini Banana Chocolate Chip muffins are great as baby muffins, toddler muffins, or a high protein muffin snack!
For the best gluten free zucchini muffins, look no further than these zucchini almond flour muffins made with almond flour, oats, almond butter and spices. A delicious and satisfying snack for the whole family.
Erin is a Registered Dietitian and Diabetes Educator specializing in weight-inclusive diabetes care and prevention, intuitive eating, fitness, and women’s health. Erin is passionate about empowering people to manage their own health and to have peace with food. She and her husband live in rural Michigan on a hobby farm where she homeschools their 3 children. In her free time, Erin loves to run and lift weights, read, and attend her kids’ sporting events.