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Thick and Chewy Biscoff Almond Granola Bars
Even though we don’t have little ones at home anymore, we do have a pre-school aged grandson and he likes snacks as much as the next guy. I shy away from buying treats that are loaded with artificial colors and preservatives and prefer to make homemade when time allows. Not only are all these treats ‘kid friendly’ and perfect for Back-to-School snacks, they’re also terrific for anybody that hikes, bikes, kayaks or carries a lunch to work. Easy to pack and loaded with healthy ingredients, your student will be the envy of the cafeteria table!
Loaded with whole wheat flour these Graham Crackers make a terrific peanut butter sandwich that will stick with you.
Nuts and oats, coconut and fruit – a satisfying and delicious bite!
Homemade Coconut Cream Pie Larabars
Have you ever had a Larabar? They’re all-natural tasty date bars and very easy to make at home. Simple ingredients are transformed in minutes to an energy packed treat with great flavor and healthy fiber.
Moist, chewy and naturally sweet, these are a must make for your eager student!
Cinnamon Granola Bars with White Chocolate Drizzle
Are your kids involved in sports? Then I am sure you know how hungry they can be after practice. A little chocolate drizzle satisfies that craving for something sweet.
Chocolate graham crackers are a delicious, simple snack but also make a wonderful s’mores for camping and bonfires … just saying 🙂
Not only do our kids want healthy snacks to keep them energized throughout the day, they also need a pretty terrific breakfast to get them going. Check out these wonderful breakfast ideas from my friend Sue at The View from Great Island
How to Make and Freeze Toaster Waffles from The View From Great Island
DIY Instant Fruit and Nut Oatmeal (vegan and gluten free) – from The View from Great Island
And my favorite – How to Build the Ultimate Smoothie Bowl – from The View from Great Island
I would feel pretty good about sending a child (husband or teacher) to work or school after a breakfast like this! Hope you have a wonderful year of fun and learning. Happy Labor Day!
Thanks so much for stopping by! Tricia
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