35 Healthy Snacks for Toddlers


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Teaching your children about healthy eating habits at a young age will most likely put them on a path of nutritious cravings for the rest of their lives. Here’s a list of easy, delicious and healthy snacks that your toddlers are going to love.

  1. Apple slices and peanut butter
  2. Homemade mango Greek yogurt (blend a half cup of yogurt with a few mango slices and some organic honey)
  3. Dried fruit
  4. Peanuts
  5. Ants on a log (celery, peanut butter, and raisins)
  6. Carrots and light ranch
  7. Puffed chickpeas (Recipe here)
  8. Banana slices with sugar-free chocolate syrup drizzle
  9. Air-popped popcorn (much healthier than microwave popcorn. Try a seasoning for flavor instead of butter)
  10. Bell pepper slices and hummus
  11. Smoothie popsicles (blend up fruit and pour into popsicle mold to freeze)
  12. Watermelon chunks
  13. Cucumber slices
  14. Baked apple slices with cinnamon sprinkled on top (you can microwave or bake in the oven)
  15. Hard-boiled egg
  16. Pretzel crisps and spinach-artichoke dip
  17. Homemade Veggie Chips 
  18. Granola and Greek yogurt parfait (add some berries, mmm!)
  19. Chocolate milk with sugar-free chocolate syrup
  20. Organic fruit juice (with no added sugar)
  21. Whole grain dry cereal
  22. String cheese
  23. Smoothies (Add Greek yogurt for some added protein)
  24. Quesadillas
  25. Sweet potato fries
  26. Kale chips
  27. Omelette
  28. Pears (rich in fiber and available all year!)
  29. Salami cheese roll-ups (Lay slices of salami and cheese on top of a tortilla. Roll it and cut it in half like a burrito)
  30. Edamame
  31. Smoothie
  32. Whole-grain crackers and almond butter
  33. Whole-wheat pita bread PB&J
  34. Blue corn tortilla chips and salsa
  35. Oatmeal (sprinkle some brown sugar and frozen berries on top)


Once your little guys are energized and ready to go play, make sure you know where they are at all times with Scout GPS & Bluetooth Tracker. Get alerts on your smartphone and Apple Watch when they leave your designated zones. For more information, go to findmyscout.com.