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Snack Ideas For Kids

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Savoury and sweet snack ideas that everyone will enjoy.

Across our platform of online mum groups, members regularly ask each other for advice and suggestions on a range of topics.

One discussion type that we often see is mums looking for easy, yummy and healthy snack ideas.

We've put together a list of suggestions and recipes, that both kids and parents will love. These are also great options to cut up and put on a tasting plate for toddlers.



SAVOURY

Mini Sandwiches
Crackers and Dip
Mini Rice Cakes
Cubes of Cheese
Boiled Eggs
Carrot Sticks / Cucumber and Dip
Roasted broccoli bites
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SWEET

Sliced Apples
Sliced Pears
Berries
Bananas
Strawberries
Grapes
Sliced Watermelon
Sultanas
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Do you have any other ideas? Let us know and we'll add it on!

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