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Healthy school Snacks

9 school snacks for a kid’s party.

Having your kid’s party at school is a great idea, you know all his/her friends will be there, plus, the lovely teacher’s can help you out. You only need to bring some snacks. Keep reading because I am giving you 9 school snacks that are simple, delicious and healthy for your kid’s party.

List of the easiest school snacks

carrot cake, cupcakes, snacks, party snacksThrowing a party with healthy snacks at school might sound difficult, but we love our kids that much that we can make the impossible possible. Some of the items in the list are buyable, for the others you need to invest a bit of time. Therefore I included some links in between of easy recipes. 
  1. Raisins in small boxes
  2. Pannenkoek (crepe) – homemade
  3. Full fibre crackers bags – no suggar
  4. Cherry tomatoes in half
  5. Frozen fruits in popsicle shape
  6. Popcorn on paper cones
  7. Home made chips (oven)
  8. Hummus (homemade)
  9. Guacamole (homemade)
Extra tip: Besides bringing healthy snacks you can also take a pinata and goody bags to the party. Your kid and the other children will love this surprise. Fill the pinata with fruits like: strawberries, blueberries, mini bananas, tangerines and toys. Keep in mind the age of your children when adding toys to the pinata.

Getting the ingredients

We can get most of the things on the list at the supermarket. However, I get my fruits and vegetables at the market, normally they are better and cheaper there. In addition, when getting processed products remember going for the organic and no plastic options. Above all my previous suggestions there are a couple of things in the list that you need to make yourself like the Frozen fruits’ popsicles, homemade chips, hummus and guacamole. The base for these recipes is fresh vegetables. I left a link to the best and easiest ways to prepare them. You will rock with these school snacks.

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