The air’s getting cooler. Leaves are changing colors. The scent of autumn is wafting through the air. Best of all, everyone’s sharing their favorite seasonal recipes. So we thought we’d share some of our favorites as well. Check out these fall snacks your kids will love!
Iced Lemon Cookie Energy Balls
Energy? Yeah, we were kind of scratching our heads about that too. After all, the last thing your kids need is more energy, right? But trust us, Iced Lemon Cookie Energy Balls are delicious. They’re billed as a more nutritious alternative to Girl Scout cookies. In other words, you might want to make an extra batch.
Apple with Cinnamon Almond Butter
We’re confident the whole family would give this recipe a thumbs up. Plus, in our book Apple with Cinnamon Almond Butter gets bonus points for being so easy to prepare.
It’s not uncommon to have a movie night this time of year (actually, any time of year, but we’re talking fall, so this time of year). And nothing goes better with a movie than popcorn. Why not mix things up a little bit and add some flavor to your cinematic treat? Lemon-Parm Popcorn tastes exactly like its name implies. And you’re going to love it.
Homemade Trail Mix
Sure, Homemade Trail Mix is simply a bunch of nuts and dried fruits mixed in all together, and there’s an infinite number of ways you can make it. So this recipe offers thoughts on what to include and what the ratio could be. Still, it never hurts to get another opinion – this may just be the perfect one for your kids.
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Sweet and Salty Roast Nuts
Want to add a snack with a little zing? If so, this Sweet and Salty Roast Nuts recipe is ideal for you. We’re talking cashews, almonds, pecans, and walnuts – all spiced up and baked to perfection. Not only that, but it’s easy to bag ’em up and eat ’em on the go.
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