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If you're a parent or a caregiver, you know that kids are hungry all the time. And while you want to give them the best, snack time can be a true test. How do you avoid the convenient-but-unhealthy storebought treats and instead provide something that not only tastes good, but is good for them them too?

With The Best Homemade Kids' Snacks on the Planet, you'll find more than 200+ great ideas for solving the snack conundrum. Recipes and ideas you can whip up in minutes, without fuss in the kitchen, or fuss from your kid! So whether you're packing snacks for your purse, the school bag, the sports bag, or the can't-make-it-until-dinner whining hour, you'll find quick and healthy ideas everyone in your family will love.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Fair Winds Press (June 15, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1592336612
  • ISBN-13: 978-1592336616
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 1 x 9.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds

Customer Reviews

My kids love all the recipes!

One person found this helpful.
 on June 23, 2015
By Deena Cannistraci
My kids love the recipes here. Lots of creative snack ideas to get us out of a rut.

My kids are all over most of the recipes with …

 on December 3, 2015
By Katheryn Maccracken
My kids are all over most of the recipes with the exception of hidden bananas (chocolate pudding with bananas and avocado-no way).

Great book

One person found this helpful.
 on July 13, 2015
By amboo
Greatest book ever. We all love the recipes in here.

Five Stars

One person found this helpful.
 on July 27, 2015
By Misty G. Bosley
Giving as gifts to my lilttles! And their moms

Five Stars

 on October 28, 2015
By Sarah Carr
Great, easy, kid friendly recipes.

Five Stars

 on January 7, 2016
By Patty T.
Great ideas

Five Stars

 on September 19, 2015
By barbara
some great recipes

Fun ideas but not healthy everyday snacks for the most part – too much white flour and sugar

65 people found this helpful.
 on June 8, 2015
By Gen of North Coast Gardening
So, as the mother of the toddler who is occasionally particular and really likes to snack, I was super excited to read this book and get some new ideas to get me out of a snacktime rut. Unfortunately, the claim on the front of the cover that says “more than 200 healthy homemade snacks” is a little misleading, at least when it comes to the healthy part. While there are a number of great healthy snack ideas in here, I would say the majority of the really innovative ideas were things that were incredibly sweet or contain chocolate, such as berry chocolatey pizza, party mix containing as much maple syrup as it does nuts, homemade caramel corn, s’mores popcorn, trail mix with chocolate and marshmallows and graham crackers, marshmallow cream fluff, marshmallow cream filled chocolate cupcakes, homemade mint thins made with crackers covered with melted chocolate chips and peppermint extract, homemade pop tarts made from pie dough, and a HUGE number of things made from white flour, which I consider an occasional “treat” food rather than an everyday food.

You know it’s a 5-star book when…

23 people found this helpful.
 on May 4, 2015
By Jennifer Kyles
I have Laura Fuentes’ first book (Best Homemade Kids’ Lunches) and I think I may even like this one better! It’s going to be stained, dog-eared, and probably missing the back cover pretty soon. That’s how I know it’s a 5-star book 🙂

Not convinced yet..

23 people found this helpful.
 on June 10, 2015
By S.
I really wanted to LOVE THIS BOOK. Laura’s first book has given us some fantastic meals–now staples–in our kitchen. I’m still trying to come around on this one, because she’s so amazing. I was put off early on because a lot of the first chapter are recipes involving adding sugary ingredients to fruit. White chocolate chips into raspberries, drizzles, cakes, etc. I have absolutely no problem getting my kids to eat fruit and berries, and adding sugar to them, for me, defeats the purpose. I was really hoping for some healthier, wholesome, creative recipes like her first book. I did make the pizza bites today, and those turned out great. But not really any nutritional value. My 3 year old also loved the banana oat muffins. So I do hope that I’m wrong, and I hope that I am able to find some healthier options besides veggies and hummus– but just to be honest I am a little disappointed.