10 Easy Snacks Kids Can Make


10 Easy Snacks Kids Can Make

Whether it is at home or at school, kids love creating things. If you happen to have young children at home, get them busy in the kitchen creating something that all of you can enjoy. Here is a list of 10 Easy Snacks Kids Can Make.

10 Easy Snacks Kids Can Make

1. Almond Joy Granola Bites– Coffee With Us 3
2. Granola Bites or the Muffin Man– Coffee With Us 3
3. Flatout Pinwheel Party Sandwiches– A Moms Take
4. Confetti Yogurt Dip-Frosting and a Smile
5. Italian Brown Paper Bag Popcorn-Snappy Gourmet
6. Bite Sized Apple Pie– This Simple Home
7. Baby Pizzas– The Tiptoe Fairy
8. Kid-Friendly Fruit Pizza– Sippy Cup Mom
9. Waffles and Fruit Kebabs– A Moms Take
10. Southwest Turkey Wrap– Thrifty Jinxy

What snack would you like to make with your kids?

Krystal Blue
Krystal Blue dropped out of culinary school to be a full time mom to her two little angels, but it is a decision she does not regret! She loves doing crossword puzzles in her spare time and reading romance novels.

21 Responses to “10 Easy Snacks Kids Can Make

  • I habent let my kiddo do much cooking in the kitchen yet, but a few of these sound easy enough that he could try.

  • I love the fruit pizzas idea. My kids are old enough to cook “Real” meals now, but they still love kid friendly meals sometimes.

  • amandalove1976@outlook.com'
    Amanda Love
    7 years ago

    My kids need to read this because they’re always bugging me to cook for them. Now here are some stuff that they can surely do on their own. Thanks for sharing.

  • Great list of snacks. I believe my son would like several of these.

  • My girls see me whipping up concoctions and their little minds are already coming up with snack ideas.

  • Oh my these are perfect for son to make and easy to. thank you

  • Cooking with kids is such a great learning tool. Math, healthy eating, and all while having fun!

  • These are some great snacks. I’m not sure if ours would turn out as pretty.

  • Cool, this would be a great list to keep on hand when they go back to school and come home hungry.

  • chrissy4gordon24@yahoo.com'
    7 years ago

    Great little recipes! I’ll have to make them with the kiddos! 🙂

  • Granola bites look so good. I would love to make some and have around as snacks. Thanks for sharing such great ideas.

  • I love the idea of letting children get involved from a young age! It not only teaches lifelong skills, but also gives them a sense of pride

  • My youngest loves to help in the kitchen when possible. It’s fun for both of us too.

  • My eldest boy just turned two recently! He is just starting to gain an interest in helping out. He really enjoys helping me hold the hand mixer while beating mixtures. I am looking forward to spending lots of time together making meals and treats together.

  • Great post. I love it when kids do it themselves. Make it more fun of them to enjoy after.

  • The baby pizzas are so cute. Always a crowdpleaser!

  • These are so great! My almost three year old is my kitchen sidekick.

  • Great ideas! Thanks for sharing. The popcorn and pinwheels I already do. Will have to give the others a try

  • My 2 oldest boys do some cooking. Usually though if it goes further than microwaving something, they are helpless!

  • Ohh those look awesome! I definitely appreciate these easy snacks… not just for my kids, but for me!

  • Lots of tasty looking/sounding snacks. Heck! I want the snacks! LOL

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