Have a picky eater? We’ve found loads of toddler snacks that your kiddo will love to eat.
Some toddlers are notoriously picky when it comes to food, and if yours is anything like my kiddo, he prefers snacking to meals. Let’s face it… The pre-packaged snacks sold in stores aren’t the healthiest option. Fortunately, you can make healthy snacks at home that your toddler will LOVE. Seriously! Here are 15 toddler snacks you can feel good about.
Tasty Toddler Snacks
Breakfast balls make a yummy and healthy snack anytime.
Try some frozen grapes for a cold, delicious treat in the summer. Note: For toddlers, you may need to cut the grapes into bite size pieces.
Fish cookie cutters can help you transform an ordinary ham sandwich and grapes into a fun underwater world snack.
Trail mix is a favorite for kids and adults alike, and this version is free of nuts.
Make a dinosaur bento snack out of cheese, apples and your child’s favorite fruits and veggies.
Toddler Snacks Moms Can Feel Good About
Butterfly celery snacks are so cute that your kiddo won’t be able to resist eating them!
A little chocolate never hurt anyone, especially when there’s fruit inside. Try these chocolate-dipped kiwi pops for dessert!
Cheez-Its are delicious, but if you’re not a fan of processed foods, you can make your own!
Cook up homemade potato chips in just minutes in the microwave. You can do this with sweet potatoes, too.
For the sweetness of a cookie without the guilt, make apple cookies instead. Fruit and peanut butter… What could be better?
Fun Foods for Toddlers
Kids love gummy snacks, but they’re full of sugar. Not anymore! You can make healthy fruit snacks at home with your child’s favorite fruit and veggie juices.
Is your tot a fan of Go-Gurt? Make your own using fresh fruits and good-for-you yogurt.
Bananas are even more fun when you turn them into penguin snacks!
Looking for a savory snack that’s a little more filling? These chicken quinoa bites look mighty tasty!
Fun shapes make an ordinary snack extraordinary. We love this turtle apple.disclosure policy.