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Healthy Birthday & Classroom Treat Ideas

 

·      Apple slices tossed in cinnamon

·      Muffins

·      Cupcake Muffins (top muffins w/a little sour cream/yogurt “frosting”: mix yogurt w/a little powdered sugar, agave or honey)

·      Home baked cookies (which you can control the sugar)

·      Natural low-sugar granola bars

·      Dark Chocolate “dipped” Strawberries (dip just the tip for a chocolate treat)

·      Popcorn

·      Popcorn tossed w/ cinnamon

·      Natural fruit leathers  (fruit as the only ingredient)

·      Pretzels

·      Dark Chocolate dipped pretzel rods

·      Yogurt “Sundaes” – dollop Greek yogurt into plastic cups, sweeten w/honey & top w/nut-free granola & chopped fruit. 

·      Individual Edamame packs (Some markets carry fun cartoon character packs in freezer section)

·      String cheese

·      Watermelon slices

·      Dried fruit (raisins, apricots, etc…)

·      Unsweetened applesauce cups

·      Strawberries, tangerines, grapes, cold pineapple spears

·      Fruit & cheese kebabs

·      Baked Tortilla chips with or without dips (hummus, salsa, etc.)

·      Plain potato chips (potato, oil, salt)

·      Low sugar Greek yogurt

·      100% fruit juice popsicles

·      Roasted Seaweed Packages

·      Pumpkin seeds

·      Trail Mix (made w/ coconut, dried fruit, popcorn, sunflower and pumpkin seeds, dark chocolate chips, pretzel sticks, raisins, etc…No nuts please)

·      Quick bread slices such as banana, zucchini or pumpkin

·      “Pirate’s Booty” snacks

·      Bagels topped w/cream cheese (mix chopped fruit into cream cheese for sweeter treat)

·      Fresh cookie & individual milk cartons (not chocolate)

·      Non-food treats such as pencils, erasers, stickers, etc.

 

*Rule of thumb: Avoid any processed foods containing the following ingredients:  High fructose corn syrup, artificial colors, artificial sweeteners, frosting, high sugar content







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