The back-to-school season is hectic at times. Between planning weekly meals and schedules, last minute doctor visits, shopping for school supplies, and more, the juggling of it all can be overwhelming. We are here to help, starting with a list of recipes that are affordable and easy snacks that the kids can make after school.
Check out these healthy options that are sure to have the kids wanting more. Plus, the ingredients costs no more than $50 at the grocery store.
Apple Cookies. Use crisp and ripe apples for this delicious treat. Just slice the apple into thin rings, spread peanut butter on the side of the ring. Then, top it off with your choice of almonds, walnuts, coconut, and chocolate chips. Get the full recipe.
Fresh Fruit Pops. With a popsicle mold, coconut water, and sliced fresh fruit. This recipe makes a delightful frozen fruit snack. Get the full recipe.
Grilled Cheese Roll Ups. Instead of a plain old grilled cheese sandwich, roll it up instead. It is easy to dip in soups too. Get the full recipe.
Fish in the River. Cut celery, cream cheese, and goldfish crackers are all the ingredients you need. Real simple, crunchy, and fun to make. Get the full recipe.
Easy Cinnamon Fruit Cup. Load up on all of their favorite fruit to make this one-of-a-kind snack. The bonus, of course, is the cinnamon crisps made out of whole wheat pita bread as a topping. Get the full recipe.
Also, check out these easy and healthy snack recipes for toddlers. Save more time in the kitchen with these fantastic after school snacks.