When it comes to after-school snacks for kids, parents dont have to
settle for cookies, chips or cereal bars. There are many quick, tasty
and healthy snack options you can make for your kids. Try the seven
snack ideas below that are as simple to make as they are delicious!
Baked Whole Wheat Bread and Cheese Sandwiches
the cooking time for baked whole wheat bread and cheese sandwiches is
30 minutes, the prep time is a tenth of that, which is why these snacks
have made the list. Preparation is easy: For each sandwich you take 2
pieces of buttered whole wheat bread, place a slice of cheese between
each piece and lay the sandwiches in a shallow cooking dish. In a mixing
bowl, combine one egg, a dash of milk and a pinch of salt to taste.
Blend the eggs, milk and salt and pour the mixture over the cheese
sandwiches. Place the cooking dish in the oven and bake at 180 degrees
Fahrenheit for 30 minutes.
Peanut Butter and Raisin Sandwich
great thing about peanut butter and raisin sandwiches is that they are
both delicious and nutritious. Bread, peanut butter and raisins are the
only things you’ll need to treat your child to a snack that is quick and
healthy. White bread or wheat bread, chunky or creamy peanut butter –
It doesn’t matter what you use so pick whatever your child enjoys!
bread doesn’t always have to be served with pasta it can also be
dished up as a snack that is fast, tasty and healthy. White bread or
French rolls work best because they can be buttered and toasted for an
authentic Italian treat. To make the garlic butter, combine 1/4 cup
softened butter and a pinch of parmesan cheese in a mixing bowl. Season
with a dash of garlic salt and pepper and mix into a buttery spread.Top
off your toasted bread or roll with the garlic butter and you’re donein
less than ten minutes!
kids live for pizza, then homemade pizza bread can be a real treat and
requires only four simple ingredients to create a snack that is as
delicious as it is healthy: White bread, tomato sauce, cheese and
toppings. Simply spread the tomato sauce over the bread, and sprinkle
with mozzarella cheese and your child’s favorite toppings. Place the
pizza toast into the toaster oven and bake until the cheese begins to
Both delicious and
nutritious, bread cube casserole can be a great snack idea for parents
who like the convenience of a dish that is already made and is ready to
be reheated.To start, slice pieces of white bread or wheat bread into
cubes and place along the bottom of a baking dish. Combine eggs, cheese,
and a dash of milk in a mixing bowl and stir before adding some of your
child’s favorite toppings such as ham or vegetables. Pour the mixture
over the cubes, allowing them to soak up the liquid. Bake the casserole
at 350 degrees Fahrenheitfor 35 minutes or until the top begins to
Eggs in a Basket
This recipe may
seem more appropriate for breakfast, but who says you can’t have eggs
for a snack? Eggs in a basket may be one of the easiest snacks to make
and children are delighted with the creative cut out shapes in the
toast. For this recipe you will need a cookie cutter, whole wheat bread,
butter and eggs. First, heat the butter or oil in a pan on medium
heat.Then use a fun cookie cutter shape to cut a hole in the middle of a
piece of bread and lay it into the pan. Fry both sides until golden
brown and then crack an egg into the hole of the bread and fry until
thoroughly cooked and flip to the other side.
Cucumber and Cream Cheese Sandwiches
cucumber and cream cheese sandwich can be a terrific alternative to
heavier snacks substantial enough to keep your kids going until dinner
without spoiling their appetites. Spread a little cream cheese over
slices of white bread or whole wheat bread and add slivers of cucumber.
Season with a pinch of salt and pepper and you have a quick, delicious
and nutritious snack.
Whether parents are looking to prepare
dishes ahead of time for quick and easy snacks or they’re searching for
recipes they can make with their children and serve immediately, these 7
snack ideas are a great alternative to some of the other nutritionally