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What are some healthy snack ideas for picky eaters?

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Anonymous

Asked by Anonymous at 7:14 PM on Oct. 14, 2010 in Food & Drink

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  • I like swiss or cheddar cheese with honey ham or smoked ham on a tooth pick w/ a drizzle of honey mustard or thousand island yumm!
    skin172

    Answer by skin172 at 7:17 PM on Oct. 14, 2010

  • apple dippers w/ peanut butter, string cheese, nuts
    skittles1108

    Answer by skittles1108 at 7:48 PM on Oct. 14, 2010

  • My son is bad about eating vegetables, which baffles me since he was such a great eater his first year or so. I think it's a texture thing in his case. He loves yogurt, so I usually hide some vegetable puree in his vanilla yogurt, and he eats it right up. Spaghetti sauce is another good place to add diced vegetables or purees if they like pasta. He will also eat almost anything that looks like a pancake; so I make either carrot or sweet potato whole wheat pancakes, and he loves them. He's good about eating fruits as long as they don't have skin, but with the vegetables I have to be more creative and sneaky. I still serve them on the side, but he usually won't eat them. I hope he outgrows this soon! I loved most vegetables as a kid.
    pam19

    Answer by pam19 at 8:54 PM on Oct. 14, 2010

  • carrot sticks n ranch, celery with peanut butter, cut fruit n veggies to look like fun shapes!
    shaysmommy5810

    Answer by shaysmommy5810 at 9:02 PM on Oct. 14, 2010

  • Cut up fruit or veggies in small pieces and use a toothpick for a skewer. Skinny stick pretzels can be used for some cheeses and ham or turkey cubes also. Use yogurt as a dip for the fruit or ranch dressing for the veggies. Graham crackers or vanilla wafers with peanut butter is good. My kids liked ants on a log. Celery sticks with either cream cheese or peanut butter with raisins on top. Use crackers with a small piece of cheese, ham or turkey to make a small sandwich. Make a sandwich, cut off crusts and cut into four squares or triangles. Fruit smoothies are another good choice.Make everything small, that way they aren't intimidated by seeing so much food. Share the snack your child.
    SweetLuci

    Answer by SweetLuci at 10:06 AM on Oct. 15, 2010

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