Fruit Sundae Cones
Peanutty Chocolate Spread
Instead of high-calorie ice cream cones, serve these refreshing high-nutrient fruit cones to the little ones playing in your backyard. Coconut and a drizzle of strawberry puree make them naturally sweet. Choose your kids' favorite fruit to fill up the cones.
Looking for a quick answer to the munchies? Smear a little of this chocolate and peanut butter spread between cookies or crackers.
Yam and Jam Muffins
Stuff celery with this smooth-as-silk peanut butter and honey dip. Or if your children prefer dipping, serve with crunchy jicama sticks, carrots, apples, and pears.
Crispy Cheese Chips
Sweet potatoes pack vitamin A into these sweet and spicy, yummy muffins. Your kids won't suspect this good-for-you ingredient. Serve them as an after-school snack or even for dessert.
Layer wonton wrappers with garlic, basil, and Parmesan cheese for chips that provide big flavor and limited fat. Look for wonton wrappers in the refrigerated area of the produce section.
Oat and Nut Crunch Mix
Fruit juice adds extra vitamin C to these jiggly, wiggly star-shaped snacks. Children love to pick them up with their fingers and watch 'em wiggle before devouring them.
Satisfy the young snack monsters in your home with this sweetly spiced mix made from oat cereal, almonds, and dried cherries.
Mango Magic Pops
A perfect snack for health-conscious teenagers! These quesadillas showcase fresh sweet peppers, red onions, and reduced-fat cream cheese. Serve them for study time.
Cheesy Chili Popcorn
Summertime means refreshing frozen treats for little ones. Serve healthful pops made from real fruit, fruit nectar, and low-fat yogurt. They'll be a popular request all season long.
Do your kids love salty snacks? Give them this chili- and cheese-spiced popcorn. It's low in fat and calories and high in flavor.