12 Money-Saving Healthy Kids’ Snacks

When it comes to keeping little tummies full, healthy ingredients and a steep grocery bill are always top concerns. Quickness and convenience are also key when it comes to snacking with a busy schedule.

But making your kids’ snacks can be affordable, healthy and even easy when you make large batches that will last you the whole week. Plus, some of these healthy snack recipes are kid-chef friendly and easy to make with some little helping hands. Check out these 12 money-saving healthy kids’ snacks your brood will go bananas over.

No-Bake Granola Bites

These sugar- and flour-free bites are better than cookies, and they make for a quick breakfast or after-lunch snack on the go.

Crunchy Garlic Roasted Chickpeas

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Baked Apple Chips

These simple apple chips will be an instant hit if your kids want a nice crunch or something sweet. Bake up big batches and bag them for later — your kids will always want more.

Cheesy Broccoli Bites

Adding cheese to veggies is a classic trick for getting kids to eat their greens, but these are just ridiculously delicious.

Black Bean Brownies

Beans are magical little bits of healthiness, and these delectable brownies are as simple as they are scrumptious.

Baked Parmesan Zucchini

Just a light sprinkling of oil, salt and Parmesan cheese and these babies are ready to bake and be devoured by the entire family.


Healthy Homemade Jello

Hot-headed (and hot-bodied) sweaters will keep cool and dry despite nighttime perspiration in these super luxurious moisture-wicking sheets.

Frozen Fruity Yogurt Bites

All you need is your favorite yogurt, some berries and silicone cake cuffs to create a frozen treat perfect for hot days.

Chocolate Chip Quinoa Muffins

Sip your way to sleep with this botanical blend of calming herbs. You’ll feel the stress of the day melt away with every warm swallow.

Cucumber Sushi

No baking or cooking required for these delicious afternoon hors d’oeuvres. A little imagination always makes eating fun for kids.

Strawberry Fruit Roll Up

Made with fresh fruit and honey, you can rest easy knowing your kids sweet treats aren’t filled with artificial flavors and sugar they don’t need. Plus, they’ll love it!

Grape Poppers

On those rare occasions you want to give your kids a sugary treat, these candy-coated poppers can still be an opportunity to give them their daily serving of fruit. You can also swap the sprinkles for chopped nuts!

Let us know in the comments which of these recipes your kids would gobble up!

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