Here are few snacks that look great and rather easy to make!
Chocolate and BananaThis quick and easy bite-size snack is a tempting choice for kids and does a great job at satisfying adult-sized chocolate cravings. >
Turkey RollupsSatisfy your salty, crunchy, and savory cravings in one punch with this quick snack.
Strawberry and Cream Cheese SandwichSliced strawberries and reduced-fat cream cheese come together in a sandwich for this quick and healthy lunch-box treat.
Quick KebabsKids and adults alike will appreciate this skewered snack with bite-sized fruits like grapes, pieces of cantaloupes and pieces of cheese if you like.
Devilish EggA hard-boiled egg is a protein-packed snack on its own — give it a little more pizazz with a bit of mayo and mustard on top.
Citrus Berry SmoothieThis meal-in-a-glass is bursting with berries and orange juice, healthful sources of carbohydrates and powerful antioxidants. Let your kids add their favorite berries to create a taste they'll enjoy
(My 7-year old made himself this delicious smoothie. He cut up a banana, some strawberries, blueberries and I helped him pour in just a little bit of orange juice and mix it all in the blender and BAM a delicious smoothie that took less than 7 minutes to make!)
Turkey and Cucumber Salad WrapsThese turkey wraps are a light and easy on-the-go lunch. You can substitute the cucumbers for tomatoes or anything else your child might like with turkey.
"Sushi" SurpriseOffer an unexpected twist on an afternoon snack of raw vegetables — wrap them up in bread to look like sushi.
(ref. Good Housekeeping, Parents.com, Delish.com)