Although autumn does not officially begin until September 23rd this year, Labor Day weekend is quickly approaching! And the welcome-back letters from school are slowly arriving in our mailboxes, signalling the end of summer.
Back-to-school notices may tell you what to bring in your child's lunchbox. Healthy snacks for school notifications encourage parents to pack their children healthy meals and snacks.
This healthful meal resembles a California roll but isn't sushi. Banana sushi is a banana rolled in a whole wheat tortilla with peanut butter, almond butter, and Nutella (optional). Slice the rolled tortilla into 1-inch rounds, like sushi!
1. Banana Sushi
No-bake homemade granola bars are versatile. Quick oats, Rice Krispies, honey, and peanut butter form the backbone of these homemade treats. Prepare life to your liking. Add-ins for granola bars are plentiful. Mix dry fruits and nuts for school.
2. Homemade No-Bake Granola Bars
Ants on the log is a classic snack that may be reinvented in many original ways. Fill celery sticks with peanut butter or cream cheese and raisins. Alternately, try these:
4. Ants On A Log
Fruit and cheese kabobs delight snackers. Alternate cheese snacks with grapes, strawberries, or any other fruit. Dip in honey-drizzled vanilla yoghurt. These healthful, colourful kabobs are delightful.
5. Fruit-and-cheese skewers with yogurt-and-honey dip
Popcorn trail mix will delight kids. Popcorn trail mix is a delightful kid's trail mix twist. Popcorn trail mix has less added sugar than a traditional blend of peanuts, raisins, chocolate chips, and M&M's milk chocolate candies.
6. Popcorn Trail Mix
Every household has an excess of apples from apple picking in the fall. Bake apple chips with cinnamon for your child's lunchbox. Baked cinnamon apple chips are tasty and irresistible. Apples, cinnamon, and sugar. Bake apples topped with cinnamon and sugar. Finally!
7. Cinnamon-Apple Chips