5 Fun Fruit & Veggie Snacks for Kids (Plus a Green & Natural Mama Linky)

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20 month old Baby loves his fruits and veggies, so I look forward to trying these creative serving options!

Healthy “flower” snack for kids

Creative kids’ snack in the shape of flowers

Fruit pizza

Cute way to serve fruit

Rainbow fruit and veggie snack

Source: bentolunch.net via Sarah on Pinterest

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Comments

  1. Katharina25 says

    Wow1 these are really healthy snack! Most of the children don’t want to eat veges but if you add some colors and arrange it with fruits I’m sure they find this food delicious. Thanks for these delectable photos.
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  2. says

    Hi Charise. That was truly a wonderful way to serve food for kids. Well, we can never deny the fact that as parents we wanted to please our kids no matter how picky they are. I’ll try this beautiful serving options you posted here. I owe you a lot it will work for my kid. Thank you for posting this. Very helpful.

    More power to ithoughtiknewmama!
    From Naturally Grass Fed.

  3. YnnaRada says

    We all know that most of our children don’t eat vegetables. That is why i really like idea and the concept of healthy snack that you share with us. And i’m sure that they will enjoy this delicious snack. Thanks for the healthy post!

  4. Char says

    Those are great ideas on how to get more fruits and vegetables into young kids! They all look like they would be very fun. A friend of mine does “Muffin Tin Mondays” where she does “meals” in muffin tins.

  5. says

    Wow, I just discovered your blog and I love it! There is so much great stuff. I really loved this post–I have the pickiest toddler ever! Ok, so that’s probably an exaggeration, but I just can’t get her to eat anything! (Other than milk, raisins, cheerios, and thanks to her grandparents cookies.)

    I have a Teaching Time for Toddlers post with a linky, if you would be interested in sharing at my blog I would LOVE to have you! (Share as many kiddo relevant posts that you’d like!)

    http://philwife.blogspot.com/2012/07/teaching-time-for-toddlers-magnets.html
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  6. Marla says

    Thanks for sharing your creative veggie serving ideas! Not only are they appealing to the eye, they look absolutely delicious!

  7. Maryann D. says

    These are all wonderful, creative ideas! I had a hard time with my kids when they were young with a lot of foods, but I did try my best to make it fun to eat.

  8. Deb E says

    I’ve entered to win a book on kid’s being picky eaters so this post interested me. I think the fruit pizza appeals to kids since it sounds like one of their fave foods. Sometimes we have to be sneaky to get in the good nutrition.

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