It seems like my kids go through a stage where they are always hungry. I went on a search for healthy snacks for toddlers because I don’t want to feed them chips and cookies all day long.
I found 7 that my toddlers love and I think yours will too. These are some of the most popular ones from Pinterest. If you have a favorite let me know. Would love to try a new snack.
Speaking of toddlers. Have you checked out our Best toddler toys and meal ideas for toddlers? Both will give you some great ideas.
These are the perfect snack when it's hot outside and the last thing you want to do is turn the oven on.
They only take a few ingredients and you have yummy granola bars. Simply cut them the size for little hands can grab them easily.
Could this recipe be any easier? All you need is your air fryer and some apples.
Such a healthier version for chips and they are so delicious. This momma might eat as many as the kids.
I love they are getting fruit in a fun and creative way.
Who doesn't look a good cookie but I don't want my kids having cookies every day unless they are these.
These cookies are gluten free and vegan although you can change that. They are delicious and a crawd favorite at our house.
My kids love muffins and they don't have to just be for breakfast.
These muffins have oats and your favorite fruit and are SO easy to make.
I love making up a huge batch of these muffins and freezing them and pulling out what we need for the week.
Aren't these little sheep adorable? I love that they involve NO baking and can be done in just a few minutes.
You can change the top to healthier options but my kids love making these cute little sheep and then playing and eating.
These energy bites are great for momma too. This is another snack they can help make and you can make up several and keep them around.
I love these when we are on the go running errands or taking a big brother to a sporting activity.
Simply store them in little bags and you are good to go. You can put in any toppings your toddler will eat making them colorful and delicious.
First, the owl is super cute and creative and also healthy.
It just takes a few ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen and with a little creativity you have a fun but healthy snack. You could make several different animals out of this idea.
Additionally, this is a great snack idea that kids can help make themselves. We know they love helping and being independent.
I hope you got a few ideas for healthy snacks for toddlers. If you have a favorite you make for your kiddos, let us know in the comments so everyone in our community can see that.