7 summertime snack ideas
It’s been one hot summer! Normally, you can find me cooking up something in the kitchen even in 90-degree weather. Not this year! All those 90-degree days with a heat index pushing 100 add up to me looking for cool snacks for the kids.
Here’s a few of my favorite hot-weather treats:
5-minute yogurt popsicles. Yogurt + fruit + freezer = a kid-pleasing snack once they’re done with their water gun fight.
Watermelon limeade. Update your lemonade! Try using limes instead and mix in fresh raspberries, watermelon, or blueberries.
3 Grab ‘n go snack packs. We make these to pack with us when we head to the zoo.
Firefly crackers. Inspired by my kids’ fascination with catching lightning bugs.
Magic smoothies. Secret ingredient? Spinach. It gives the smoothies some heft and nutrition, but your kids won’t even know it’s in there.
Energy bites. My version of granola bites feels like you’re eating cookie batter, only they’re good for you.
Elvis ice pops. Mini frozen bananas dipped in chocolate, then crushed peanuts. Yum!