Got a finicky eater? Or maybe your kids are just getting a little bored with the same old sandwiches? Here are some fun twists on snacks to get healthy fruits and vegetables into your children while having some good creative fun in the kitchen.
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[su_heading style=”default” size=”20″ align=”center” margin=”20″ class=””]1. Shish Kabobs[/su_heading]
You know how cute food on skewers can be, whether they’re in the shape of those little plastic swords, or simple swizzle sticks, they all suddenly become tiny shish kababs when you slide pieces of fruits or vegetables onto them. You can turn snack time into a kiddie cookout with these adorable treats, making them a fun choice for birthday parties and sleepovers.
Some recommended fruits for skewers would be: strawberries, pineapple chunks, Clementine orange slices, pitted cherries, grapes, kiwi rounds, banana slices, apple or pear pieces, raspberries, and blueberries.
Bonus: Give the kids small dipping bowls full of yogurt. Kids love to dip!