When we think about sweet treats, we think of candy and chocolate. Many schools have taken strides to avoid candy, however, outside of school, the candy-free trend can continue! With the below recipes, show your kids how healthy snacks can still be sweet.
Frozen Greek Yogurt Drops
Sometimes something cold and sweet is necessary! Try A Healthy Slice of Life’s Frozen Greek Yogurt Pops to please your little ones. These drops are easy to make, all you need is a plastic bag, Greek yogurt, and a baking sheet. The best part? You can store them for weeks!
Smoothies have become more and more popular among health food communities, and for good reason: they are delicious and nutritious. If your child loves the occasional milkshake, they will love the sweetness and texture of the Love Potion Smoothie created by Grow Happy Kids. The smoothie is pink, and oh so delicious, making it the perfect indulgence,
Plain Yogurt or Greek Yogurt
Orange or apple juice
(you can always add in banana, cherry, pineapple, or any other fruit you wish!) For the full recipe click here.
This idea by FingerPrickinGood gets creative with fruit shapes and presentation. The blogger suggests using all different colors and types of fruits to create a beautiful and delicious rainbow. All you need are skewer sticks, strawberries, clementines, pineapple, and a few different color grapes! For further instructions, check the blog here.
Sweet treats don’t need to be packed with artificial sugars, your kids can enjoy fresh fruit and get the same joy!