The holiday season is here in full swing whether we’re ready or not. ‘Tis the season for grand dinners, indulgent desserts, and lots of hot chocolate around the fireplace. Meal time is great during this season because you get to see family and friends you may only see a couple times a year.
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Even during this holiday season, we still get snack cravings around the 3 p.m. mark. How do we curb our hunger without ruining our dinner? These 6 healthy holiday snacks, of course! They’re easy, kid-friendly, and festive for the holidays. You’ll love them as much as your kids will! Put down that box of processed cookies and whip up some of these healthy holiday snacks to give to your kids for snack time.
How adorable are these strawberry Santas? These only require a handful of ingredients, and your kids can help assemble the Santas. It’s a perfect way to get some fruit into your kids’ diets during the holiday season!
For some reasons, kids are more likely to eat their fruits and veggie when they’re in fun shapes. These grinch kabobs are the perfect examples. They’re simply cut-up fruit with a marshmallow, but they’re so fun to eat!
This “eggnog” has all the classic flavors without the eggs. It’s perfect for kids with allergies! Make a batch of eggnog and cuddle up next to the fireplace with some Christmas music.
4. Raw Gingerbread Cookies + Balls from Rawmanda
Do you love gingerbread, but don’t feel like baking cookies? No worries, these gingerbread cookies & balls are raw, vegan, and gluten-free! They’re perfect for everyone and are still full of delicious gingerbread flavor.
5. String Cheese Snowmen from DigiCrumbs
These would be a cute lunchbox addition for your kids; you could also make a big batch and send them as a classroom treat for all the kids!
6. Superfood Chocolate Bark from My Fussy Eater
This chocolate bark doesn’t contain all the nasty ingredients of normal bark, so you can feel good about giving your kids a piece as a snack. Try substituting the goji berries for any dried fruit you have on hand and the pistachios for your favorite nut or seed!