Looking for some new snack recipes to try with your kids this fall? Search no further!
Maybe you’re looking for a kid-friendly fall recipe to get your little ones involved in cooking. Or maybe you’re looking for some new ways to use up that leftover pumpkin puree or all of those apples you picked at the orchard. Either way, these healthy fall snack ideas are sure to be a hit in your house.
Granola makes the perfect breakfast or snack, and this spiced pumpkin version from Kaleigh McMordie, RDN of Lively Table is no exception.
Cookies for breakfast. Need I say more? These soft, chewy cookies have all the dreamy flavors of fall, and they’re chock full of good-for-you ingredients, too.
Need a break from all of the pumpkin-flavored foods? Try these hearty carrot pecan muffins from Rachael Hartley, RD, LD, CDE of Rachael Hartley Nutrition for a less traditional but equally comforting fall treat.
If you haven’t made yogurt bark with your kids yet, you’re missing out! It’s such a fun snack, and this pumpkin greek yogurt bark from Chrissy Carroll, RDN of Snacking in Sneakers is the perfect recipe to try this fall.
Mix up your smoothie game this fall with this pumpkin pie smoothie recipe from Amy Gorin, RDN.
Have a bushel of apples from the orchard that you’re not sure what to do with? Cook up a batch of this homemade applesauce from Pinch of Yum. The kids will love it, and you can even freeze the leftovers!
For a healthier take on traditional caramel candy apples, try these caramel apple pumpkin parfaits from Amanda of The Nutritionist Reviews.
I just made this pumpkin quick bread from Sally’s Baking Addiction last weekend, and let me tell you – it’s as delicious as it looks. If you need to make it gluten-free, simply substitute your favorite 1:1 gluten-free flour for the flour in the recipe; it works perfectly!
There’s no better way to celebrate this season than cooking up the flavors of fall with your family. I have a feeling these recipes are going to quickly become your favorite fall snacks for kids, too. Enjoy!