Most yogurts marketed to kids are high in sugar. Instead, choose
plain, full-fat yogurt and sweeten it with fresh fruit or a drizzle of honey.
As long as you don’t drown it in unhealthy toppings, popcorn can
be a healthy snack for kids. Air-pop your own popcorn, drizzle it with a little
butter, and sprinkle some grated Parmesan cheese on top.
Cut a stalk of celery into three or four pieces, spread peanut
butter inside the celery, and arrange a few raisins on top of the peanut
high in healthy fats, along with fiber and antioxidants. Dietary fat is
important for supporting growth in children.
Most commercial trail mixes contain chocolate candies, which are
high in sugar, but
you can easily make your own at home.
Pears are a sweet treat and easy for a little one to eat when
they’re cut into slices. Pears are high in fiber and
beneficial plant compounds.
cheese is a fresh and creamy cheese that’s soft enough for even
infants to eat.
Oatmeal is a
healthy breakfast for kids but also makes a great snack.Oats are high in soluble fiber, which increases the number of
beneficial bacteria in the digestive tract, along with other health benefits.