5 Healthy Holiday Snack Ideas

Sometimes it’s hard to fill your kids up with the fruits and veggies they need. It’s a lot easier when they don’t even know they’re eating something that’s good for them! Try out these healthy and insanely easy-to-make snack recipes from Produce for Kids:

Fruit Cornucopias

Fruit Cornucopias

  1. Fruit Cornucopias

    The Cornucopia is a symbol of plenty during the holiday season; so let’s fill this one up with plenty of sweet fruits, like mandarin oranges! The best part– this recipe is so easy, even younger kids can help you prepare (and eat) them!

    Read the Full Recipe Here.

  2. Thanksgiving Turkey Fruit Tray

    Thanksgiving Turkey Fruit Tray

  3. Thanksgiving Turkey Fruit Tray

    Spice up your typical ol’ fruit platter by giving it a fun Thanksgiving spin! This recipe is simple enough for kids to help you assemble. At the very end, you’ll have a colorful turkey tray with everything from kiwi to apples to carrots. Great for parties!

    Read the Full Recipe Here.

  4. Holiday Avocado Toast

    Holiday Avocado Toast

  5. Holiday Avocado Toast

    A great day starts with a great breakfast! With 7g of fiber, this holiday-themed avocado toast will keep your family fuller longer. You can surprise your kids with a fun and festive design, or let them create their own yummy toast-art using pomegranate arils.

    Read the Full Recipe Here.

  6. Snowman Fruit Kebobs

    Snowman Fruit Kebobs

  7. Snowman Fruit Kebobs

    These snowman kebobs are a great on-the-go way to fill up on fruit. (The problem is, they’re so cute that you won’t want to eat them!) All you need are skewers– and maybe a little assistant to help decorate each snowman! The snow underneath makes for even more good food to nibble on.

    Read the Full Recipe Here.

  8. Christmas Tree Veggie Platter

    Christmas Tree Veggie Platter

  9. Christmas Tree Veggie Platter

    Who would have thought a vegetable platter could become a party decoration? Wow your guests with this broccoli Christmas tree, decked out in bright cherry tomato ornaments. Bonus: the trunk is edible, too!

    Read the Full Recipe Here.

About Produce for Kids
Produce for Kids® believes in creating a healthier generation through cause marketing campaigns that provide easy, fun and inspiring recipes. Produce for Kids has been helping families and children by giving back since 2002. Through produce and grocery retail partner programs, Produce for Kids has donated more than $6 million charities that benefit children and families nationwide.

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