Simply Whole Snacks
This recipe is: gluten free and dairy free.
My main goal with snacking in general is to keep the sugar down. However, when my kids are trapped sitting in a car this is an absolute must. I also try to sneak in vegetables wherever I can because there really aren’t many in packaged foods.
We love what we have coined “snacktiviites.” Basically, this is a snack that your kids can plan with while they eat. This buys you the time you need to catch-up on those dishes. Meanwhile, your kids are having fun building a positive relationship with food. Win, win.
This recipe is: paleo, gluten free, and dairy free.
This gluten free, egg free, and dairy free bread is such a fun activity for you and your toddler, not to mention a yummy snack.
Introduce the color week... Green is what this post is all about. We basically spent a week learning and seeing the color green every where we could. It helped me come up with and try new snacks, crafts, and activities!
This recipe is: Paleo, Whole30, dairy free, gluten free, and egg free.
Snacks are hard… snacking is not. If you don’t plan ahead on snacks then you will be starving one afternoon and head to the snack machine. My advice... just try to plan ahead so you make good choices. Here are my favorites.
I don’t recommended anything to you I wouldn’t do myself. So these are simple, simple and require very little prep. Mix and match and get creative with pairing the fruits and veggies with the dips and spreads.