10 After-School Snacks That Travel Well and Keep Kids Full
Gulp. It’s finally happening. Our kids are starting dance lessons and after-school basketball this year. That means shuttling kids — hungry kids — every which way. That’s where these super satisfying snacks come in. Basically, they're saving us. Each of these bites is low in sugar, high on taste and aimed at keeping kids fueled until dinner.
Chocolate Chip-Cranberry Oat Cups (pictured above)
If you’re looking for healthy snacks that just happen to be delicious too, consider these oat cups.
Topped with herbs de Provence and asiago cheese, this crunchy popcorn will satisfy salty cravings in an easy way.
What’s better than a bowl of mac and cheese? Portable mac and cheese, of course.
Canned pumpkin can be used for more than just pumpkin pie! Here it's transformed into the tastiest snack of the season.
Not only are these not-just-for-breakfast treats made in a simple sheet pan, but they can also be flavored with sweet peaches or savory bacon and cheese.
Trust me: These are easier than they look. And, yes, you can cut them out into whatever shape you'd like.
Yogurt-covered pretzels, freeze-dried strawberries, pretzel sticks and cereal swirl together with a coating of butter and brown sugar for a grab-and-go option.
The perfect after-school snack, these balls travel beautifully, and, bonus, they take only 10 minutes to make.
These are so much fresher than anything you’ll find at the store.
Packed with fresh apples and all the warmth of cinnamon, this quick bread is always a hit.