10 X Healthy Snacks Before School
What do you give your child to school as a snack!?
This can be tricky.. a pre-packaged bar from the supermarket is easy and may seem healthy at first glance, until you read the label and it turns out that the product is packed with sugars. But what are healthy snacks for school?
We are happy to help you on your way! Below we share 10 options:
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Apples or bananas
These are easy to carry, healthy options that are packed with fiber and vitamins. Of course, other types of fruit are also great options, so you can continue to vary or go for what your child really likes.
Yogurt is an excellent source of protein and calcium. Give the yogurt a nice twist by adding Kindershake to it, so you give it an extra taste and your child gets even more nutrients!
Carrots or celery sticks
These veggies are crunchy and perfect for dipping into a healthy dipping sauce like hummus or yogurt dip. You can buy these pre-packaged, but you can also easily make them yourself! You can find many healthy recipes for this on the internet.
A mix of nuts such as almonds, walnuts and cashews is rich in healthy fats and protein and keeps kids full for a long time. In addition, it is full of nutrients that are good for the brain, so that your child can concentrate extra well during lessons.
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Rice cakes with hummus
Rice cakes are crunchy and low in calories, and hummus is a healthy dip made from chickpeas and tahini. This way your child gets proteins, carbohydrates and healthy fats in one fell swoop!
Popcorn is a light and healthy snack that is easy to carry. Do choose the unsalted and unsweetened variant and prepare the popcorn yourself, this is also very simple once you know how to do it.
Cucumber with hummus
Like carrots and celery, cucumber slices are crunchy and perfect for dipping in hummus.
Homemade energy bars
Make your own energy bars with oatmeal, nuts, seeds and dried fruit for a healthy snack. Here too you can easily process your Kindershake !
Hard boiled eggs
Eggs are rich in protein and healthy fats and can easily be taken to school.
A mix of different berries, such as strawberries, blueberries and raspberries, is rich in antioxidants and vitamins and can be eaten as a snack.
Hopefully, the above ideas have given you some inspiration to brighten up your child's food bowl. Which of the above healthy snacks for school is already your new favorite?
We love to see your creations again, so don't forget to tag us on instagram when you share your new favorite snack!