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Healthy Snacks for Spring Break

Healthy Snacks for Spring Break can be fun, tasty and easy to make! Let’s dive in to colorful, nourishing AND simple ways to eat more fruits and veggies this Spring Break! Whether you’re roadtripping, play dating or anything in between, I’ve got you covered with fun and healthy snack options your kiddos will actually eat this Spring Break!

Healthy Snacks for Spring Break with charcuterie cups, snack skewers and a snackle box

A “Snackle” box will always be my go-to healthy snack for hitting the road, visiting a park or anywhere else you may find yourself on Spring Break. Snackle boxes allow for major variety yet they don’t have to complicated. You can even take them on a plane as long as you don’t have liquids (maybe forego the yogurt pouch) and they can keep little hands occupied and tummies happy!

What should I put in a Snackle box?

Fruits: mandarins, grapes, berries, bananas or other other fruit that’s easy to transport and won’t get too mushy or wet

Veggies: snap peas, cucumbers, carrots, celery, bell peppers, cherry tomatoes or anything else your kiddos and family will enjoy

Nuts: pistachios, pecans, almonds, cashews, peanuts, etc

Other protein options: cheese sticks, mozarella pearls, pepperoni, turkey rolls, salami or other deli meat

Others: olives, capers, crackers, trail mix, fruit leather, granola bars, etc

Spring Break is the perfect time to get the kiddos involved in the kitchen on simple tasks and fun recipes. I can attest to the fact that kids love anything that you can eat off a stick. One of my go-tos are fruit & cheese skewers and you can easily adapt these for a more kiddo or grown up audience. My kids love a skewer with a mandarin, piece of cucumber and string cheese. I enjoy those but also love a slightly more sophisticated mozarrella pearl and piece of fresh basil with the mandarin wedge! You can’t go wrong with either.

Fruit and Veggie Skewers

Charcuterie cups are my GO-TO snack for literally any event I host. If you’ve been to my house for a birthday party, clean beauty popup or anything else, you’ve likely enjoyed a charcuterie cup or two. I think the charcuterie cup originated during the pandemic for a slightly safer option during those times, but I think they’re a brilliant concept and here to stay in our home for the foreseeable future!

Charcuterie cups

If you’re still looking for more healthy snacks, check out my snack archives here! I highly recommend the Trail Mix Muffins, Cranberry Lemon Energy Bites or these fun renditions of Ants on a Log!

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