After School Snack Recipe
One of the perks of the school year is that the kids aren’t usually home for lunch – and even if you do pack them some of our fun lunch box ideas it seems as though far fewer dishes are involved as when they eat at home. Despite having lunch, a full day of learning leaves the kids feeling ravenous when they get home. Give them something to nosh on with these yummy after school snack recipes. 

9 Yummy After School Snack Recipes For The Kids

After School Snacks1Chewy No-Bake Rainbow Chip Granola Bars Recipe by Peas and Crayons
This recipe easily becomes gluten-free by ensuring that your oats are GF-certified.

After School Snacks 2ABC Cookies Recipe by Glue Sticks Gum Drops
How cute are these? Perfect for the first day of school or even a class party.

After School Snacks 3Mint Chocolate Plant Parfaits Recipe by Tales of a Ranting Ginger
These look SO yummy and require just three ingredients.

After School Snack Recipe 3Red Apple Donut Hole Recipe by Desert Chica
This recipe is made even easier by using refrigerated biscuits.

After School Snacks4Triple Berry Granola Recipe by Just Us Four Blog
This granola would serve as a great topping for yogurt or as a base in trail mix.

Also read:  Quick and Easy Latte Recipe

After School Snacks 5Grilled Cheese Sushi Rolls Recipe by Musings SAHM
If your kid is anything like mine, they love string cheese! Plus, it takes just four easy ingredients – one of which is optional!


Homemade Healthy Fruit Roll Ups Recipe by This Mama Loves
Even as an adult I adore a fruit roll up treat. How awesome is it that this recipe is healthy?

After School Snacks 8Easy Minions Snack Mix Recipe by This Mama Loves
How cute is this Minion snack mix.

After School Snack Recipe 9Homemade Cheese Crackers Recipe by Musings SAHM

On her quest to replace processed foods in her kitchen with healthier options Erika came up with these delicious cheese crackers. If they’re as yummy as they look kids are going to gobble them up. 

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  1. I didn’t know you could make a homemade cheese cracker. But of course you can, duh to me, I don’t know why I didn’t thin of it to start with.

  2. Some great snack ideas… love that chocolate parfait one in the jar. Our girls would be pretty excited if I had that ready for them after school, a super fun surprise.

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