Discover this tasty snack collection to fill a hole for morning tea, pad out a lunch box or keep the kids going from after school til dinner. Whether it’s a pikelet, a homemade muesli bar, yummy dip or protein ball recipe you’re after, we’ve got a whole host of them to tempt even the fussiest of eaters. Try whipping up a batch of these nutritious and delicious snacks and see how fast they disappear!
Protein ball recipes are perfect for when you want a healthy snack that’s packed full of goodness. Great as an energy-booster try these peanut butter protein balls, no-bake coconut and date balls or simple cereal balls for little bites of yum that are good for you too.
When the kids come home hungry or just need a little something to tide them over, these savoury snack recipes are just the ticket! Cheese and bacon scones, savoury muffins and healthy vegetable and chicken sausage rolls will give them the goodness they need.
Why buy shop-bought dips when you can make your own delicious homemade versions instead? They’re so simple to make, healthier and kinder on the purse too. Grab some crackers and whip up your favourite dips including guacamole, chickpea dip and French onion.
Pikelets make great snacks and are an easy breakfast alternative to toast or cereal. Make them fruity and sweet like these banana pikelets, add them to the kids’ lunch boxes as a treat with this lunch box pikelet recipe or try these healthy veggie pikelets instead.
Make your own homemade muesli bars for your kids’ lunch boxes or as an after school treat. They’re cheaper, healthier and quick to make too. Try these favourites such as 2-ingredient muesli bars, chia seed muesli bars and easy school lunch muesli bars.
When the kids come home with rumbling tummies, you need some easy, healthy after school snacks to keep them going til dinner. This collection of recipes, including Nutella popsicles, 3-ingredient mini muffins and apple and zucchini muffins are just the ticket!
When the kids are hungry and the fruit bowl just isn’t cutting it, you want some healthy snacks at your fingertips. Fill their tummies with these nutritional powerhouses including banana bread, homemade muesli bars and vegetable pikelets.
Find new ideas for lunch box snacks for kids that are easy, cheap and healthy. Fill their tummies with nutritious bites, from muffins to muesli bars and from biscuits to slices, these recipes will keep them going all afternoon long.