Although kids have different preferences, styles, and personalities, it is a fair statement to say that every kid loves snack time! Some of our little ones like the same snack each and every day, and some prefer a little bit of variety. From healthy ones to sweet ones, the snack time options are many.
Are you looking for new snack ideas to introduce new foods, or do you just want to have some fun in the kitchen? Here are some unique snack recipe ideas to add some variety to snack time while keeping even the fussiest customers happy.
1.Woodland Fox Breakfast Toast
Get the Recipes Here: The February Fox
Berries and cream cheese are the toast of this breakfast item. This snack is so cute that you’ll find even your most finicky fox will want to give it a try.
2.Sledding Penguins Frozen Banana Snack
Get the Recipes Here: Reading Confetti
Dipped in chocolate and decorated with Reese’s Pieces, these perfect penguins are sure to attract even the fussiest snacker in your house.
3.Mickey Pretzel Snacks
Get the Recipes Here: Smart School House
Who doesn’t love a Mickey shaped snack item? There’s something about foods in the shape of our favorite mouse that make these snacks just a bit more yummy.
Get the Recipes Here: Delish
Cut the tops off of some strawberries, and let the kids get in on the decorating. Spiderman never looked or tasted so sweet.
5.English Muffin Mini Pepperoni Pizzas
Get the Recipes Here: Valya’s Taste of Home
Using just a few ingredients you already have around the house, your kids won’t just enjoy eating these mini pizzas, but they’ll enjoy helping to make them as well.
6.Unicorn Popcorn Snack
Get the Recipes Here: Living Life as Moms
This colorful pink popcorn is perfect for snack time. Decorate with sprinkles and color mist spray from any party store. Who knew popcorn could be so magical?
7.Christmas Pretzel Hug Snacks
Get the Recipes Here: Dinner Then Desser
What a simple idea for a Christmas treat. All you need is pretzels, kisses, and M&Ms, and you’ll be on your way to some seasonal snacking with this no-bake treat.
8.Mini Quiche Lorraine
Get the Recipes Here: Living Sweet Moments
It’s like a tiny piece of Paris! This recipe blends eggs and herbs for a snack that is sealed with a quiche. Muah!
9.Perfect Strawberry Muffin Snack
Get the Recipes Here: Inspired Taste
This versatile recipe is great if you are looking for variety. Swap those strawberries for any other fruit to give this snack a seasonal twist.
10.Easy and Healthy Muesli Bar
Get the Recipes Here: Momma Lew
Aw, nuts! These bars are great to make ahead for a grab and go snack. They contain oats, nuts, and of course, plenty of fiber.
11.Ham and Cheese Scroll Snacks
Get the Recipes Here: Cook it Real Good
This recipe takes just 30 minutes from start to finish. These scrumptious scrolls are a great addition to your little one’s lunchbox.
12.Chocolate Almond Butter Banana Bites
Get the Recipes Here: Downshiftology
For those who love chocolate covered bananas, look no further than these almond-buttered bites. These are certain to satisfy a sweet tooth.
13.Healthy Apple Pie Oat Bars
Get the Recipes Here: My Kids Lick the Bowl
All the flavors of fall packed into a delicious oat square that your kiddos will adore. Be sure to make plenty just in case no one wants to share.
14.Chocolate Coconut Energy Balls
Get the Recipes Here: Purely Kaylie
The combination of coconut and chocolate come together to make this gluten-free, vegan snack. They’re sweetened with dates and have added almonds for crunch.
15.Banana Muffin Recipe
Get the Recipes Here: Natasha’s Kitchen
You’ll go bananas for this soft and moist muffin. The gooey chocolate chips give it a tasty touch that your little ones will be sure to enjoy.
16.Zucchini Slice Snack
Get the Recipes Here: Sweet Caramel Sunday
Combine eggs, bacon, and zucchini for this savory snack. You’ll no longer have to battle to get your kids to eat their veggies.
17.Sweet Potato Fries
Get the Recipes Here: Delicious Meets Healthy
Homemade french fries? Sweet! These crispy finger foods have a hint of sweet and savory. Bake them in the oven for a crispy snack.
18.American Flag Pretzel Rods
Get the Recipes Here: Crafty Morning
Oh say can you snack! Take a look at these patriotic pretzels. They look so yummy you’ll want to salute before you snack.
19.Apple Peanut Butter Granola Sandwiches
Get the Recipes Here: Countryside Cravings
Are you ready to keep the doctor away? Then add this crunchy apple snack to your breakfast table.
20.Avocado Toast Snack
Get the Recipes Here: Health Nut Nutrition
Avocados are the start of this savory snack. There are so many options when it comes to dressing up this toasted treat. Perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner too!
21.Veggie-Packed Muffin Tin Frittata
Get the Recipes Here: Wholesome Family Kitchen
Another savory snack that works great when made ahead in large batches. The kiddos will be too busy enjoying these muffins to realize they are loaded with vegetable goodness.
22.Peanut Butter Cheerio Clusters
Get the Recipes Here: Live. Learn. Love. Eat.
This peanut butter snack is a distant cousin to the rice crispy treat. The recipe is simple enough to allow for your younger kids to lend a hand.
23.Fresh Peach Tart
Get the Recipes Here: Cooking on the Front Burners
Puffed pastry paired with a peach! It’s just as much fun to say it is sweet to eat. Add a sprig of thyme as a colorful garnish.
24.Four Ingredient Zucchini Tater Tots
Get the Recipes Here: She Likes Food
A quick four-ingredient start is all you need to get these tots ready for some world-class dunking. Mix up the seasoning options to suit your taste.
Get the Recipes Here: Healthy Little Foodies
These bites can be eaten hot or cold. This makes them another great option for adding to lunch boxes.
From fussy to foodie, providing a variety of snack options that our kiddos enjoy can seem like a constant battle. With this long list of options, you’ll be armed and ready to take on even the most finicky army.
All featured ingredients are ready and standing by at your local grocery store. Whether you’re using prefabricated shelves or reclaiming a few slabs of wood from an old country barn, you’ll be on your way to creating a pleasing environment in which to spend laundry day. Do you have fancy shelving in your laundry room, or do you prefer to keep it sleek and simple? Please share these links to spread the inspiration, and leave us a comment telling us which of the above options is your personal favorite.
Sarabeth McElhaneyDecember 27, 2020 at 3:21 pm
Thank you so much for sharing!