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A+ Snacks

Everybody wants to be that cool parent who makes the best snacks, and with these simple recipes, it will be as easy as A-B-C to fuel your children before and after school.

Tiffany Duncan
Chelsi Fisher
August 28, 2018

The kids are back in school, which means that nice and slow summer schedule is long gone. Now it’s early mornings and permission slips, ballet classes and basketball games. In the whirlwind of activity, it can be easy to skip breakfast in favor of just getting out the door in time. But with a few back-pocket recipes, prepping healthy breakfast options can be a lifesaver on busy mornings and help keep both you and the kids fueled long through the morning.

It’s also nice to have a few after-school snacks on hand to help hungry kiddos power through homework time or accommodate evening study groups with friends.

Monster Bites

Packed with protein, fiber, and some M&Ms for a chocolate kick, these little energy bites are a great grab-and-go breakfast option for every member of the family.

Monster Bites (Photo: Chelsi Fisher)
Monster Bites (Photo: Chelsi Fisher)

Pizza Crackers

A fun homemade take on bagel bites, these deliciously addicting mini pizzas are the perfect snack to feed a group of hungry kids. Blink, and they’ll be gone!

PIzza Crackers (Photo: Chelsi Fisher)
PIzza Crackers (Photo: Chelsi Fisher)

Frozen Yogurt Bites

Who knew it was so easy to create such a healthy and delicious snack alternative to ice cream? All you need is a silicone ice tray that produces half-inch cubes.

Frozen Yogurt Bites (Photo: Chelsi Fisher)
Frozen Yogurt Bites (Photo: Chelsi Fisher)

Apple Cinnamon Breakfast Cookies

With hearty oats to keep tiny tummies full all morning long, these chewy apple cookies contain no processed sugar and are an excellent breakfast option to grab before heading out the door.

Apple Cinnamon Breakfast Cookies (Photo: Chelsi Fisher)
Apple Cinnamon Breakfast Cookies (Photo: Chelsi Fisher)