If there’s ever a time of year we could use some healthy snacks, it’s now. With Thanksgiving, Christmas, plenty of parties and all kinds of other festivities, it’s easy to go overboard on the fat and sugar. This week, we’re going to give you a few tips and recipes to jump start your healthy-eating habits heading into the New Year. Read on to find some simple and delicious recipes the whole family will enjoy!
They may not sound healthy, but these are basically a protein bar that tastes like dessert! Made with peanuts, peanut butter and dates, they’re delicious and healthy!
You can use any combination of fruit you’d like with these, and the kids will love them! Use fun colors to make these fruit pizzas extra festive!
These festive little snacks are quick and easy to make. Use yogurt instead of frosting and you’ll have a nice healthy snack for the kids!
Sticking with the fruit theme, try these delicious Grinch Kabobs…especially while watching the movie!
You and your kids will love these Frosty the Snowman sandwiches! Made with ham and cheese (or whatever you like), all you need is a simple cookie cutter and some creativity to make the healthy treats!
These are a little more advanced, so you may want to make these on your own, but they’re a fun, delicious and healthy treat to share with the entire family.
Made with coconut oil, these are a great alternative to the usual sugary treats. What is Christmas with gingerbread?
These may not look healthy on the outside, but they’re made with cheese, broccoli and chili flakes. These are fun and easy to make with kids.
Anytime the temp dips below 50 is a good time for apple crisps. These are again made with coconut oil, and are ready in 5 minutes (yes, literally)!
Last but certainly not least, we couldn’t leave out the chocolate! These delicious bites are made with shredded coconut and dark chocolate, so they’re a much healthier alternative than your general store-bought chocolate bites. They’re a perfect after-dinner snack!
Please let us know if you have any favorite healthy holiday snacks in the comments. Have a safe and happy holiday season, and we hope you get to try some of these delicious recipes. Happy exploring!