How to Make Easy No Cook Snack Healthy Recipes for Kids

Thinking of healthy snacks to make is hard when you hear"I'm hungry!" being yelled at you, many times a day. Get ready to combat back when the hunger strikes, with these no cooking snack recipes.


Here are 5 easy snack healthy recipes and instructions to make them. You will find these snacks easy and fast to make.

Things You'll Need

  • Fruit
  • Vegetables
  • Nuts
  • Cereal
  • Peanut butter
  • Coconut
  • Raisins
  • And more!
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Instructions

    • 1
      Snack healthy with Apples!

      Make an apple on a fork-
      Peel an apple, place a fork on the side where the stem was, and then put a cinnamon sugar mix on the top. You can roll the apple in it, or take a sandwich bag and shake it on.

    • 2
      Trail mix made easy

      Cupboard Trail Mix-
      Maybe cupboard isn't a good word for a snack, but it works here! Take a quick inventory of whats hiding in the cupboard. Pick out cereal, nuts,coconut, sprinkles, whatever you can find. Put the ingredients in a bag or bowl and mix together for a quick snack.

    • 3
      Bananas never looked so good

      Sundae Banana Recipe-
      Slice bananas, top with a small squirt of whipped topping, or chocolate- add nuts or sprinkles on the top. If it gets to messy, put a toothpick in each one. This is also a good way to use up left over ice cream sundae supplies!

    • 4
      Peanut butter good

      Make Peanut butter balls-
      Mix peanut butter(try all natural peanut butter), powdered sugar (or if you are trying to cut down on sugar, add powdered milk instead) coconut, nuts, raisins, and cereal. Stir with a large spoon, until the mixture is well mixed. Form small balls and roll in powdered sugar, nuts or coconut.

    • 5
      Easy to snack healthy!

      Make a mini Vegetable Platter-
      Cut up assorted veggies. Carrots, broccoli, cucumber,and celery are all good choices. Add a dish of Italian salad dressing on the side for dipping. You might be surprised how much your kids love this.

Tips & Warnings

  • Adjust these ideas to your kids taste preferences!

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