Is it teething time for your little one?
These 5 fruity snack hacks will guarantee your kids are getting their five-a-day

If you struggle with getting your kids to eat healthy snacks throughout the day, instead of the processed, sugary stuff which they’re constantly craving, then these five recipes are for you.

Not only will they help introduce healthy foods into your child’s diet, but they also taste really great. 

While making sure your little one has a healthy and balanced diet full of fruits and vegetables, as well as dairy and protein is really important for their health and development, it’s also vital for building healthy relationships with food which they can take on with them into their adult lives.

That’s why these quick and easy snack hacks are a true lifesaver for picky, fruit-adverse children.

Strawberry Fruit Leather

This sweet and fruity concoction is a sure crowd-pleaser amongst the kiddos, even the pickiest eaters will gobble these up in no time!

Boo-nana Ghosts

Such a fun twist on a simple healthy snack. Pro-tip: You can put a chocolate chip smiley face on pretty much any food and your kids will eat it. 

Chocolate Banana Fudgesticles

If you’re looking for a healthier alternative to shop-bought ice pops then these delicious fudgesticles are the answer.

Caterpillar Grapes

Making healthy foods look like adorable animals and insects is another great hack for getting your kids to eat their five-a-day.

Chocolate Covered Frozen Bananas

Letting the kids help with the decorating of these frozen bananas is a fun way to make sure they’re excited about digging into the end result.




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