You are a teacher with a classroom that doesn’t easily have access to a kitchen. Or, you don’t have the time to wait for the food to cook or bake. Or, you just want simplicity. These are times when you are searching for no-cook snack ideas.
While we do have access to a kitchen in our preschool, it is on a different level of the building. There have been times where we couldn’t have a teacher leave the room to put the food in the oven because it would have taken us out of ratio. We also have to consider the time it takes to prepare a fun snack because our program is only 3 hours long.
This is why I am always on the hunt for no-cook snack ideas. Preschool-aged children would love to help make these!
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No-Cook Snack Ideas
Crunch Apple Boats (Childhood 101)
Healthy Breakfast Cookies (The Big Man’s World)
Froyo Bites (Super Healthy Kids)
Fish in a River (Food.com)
Easy Fruit and Cracker Pizzas (Sunshine and Hurricanes)
Ham and Cheese Roll Ups (The Gracious Wife)
Nutella Banana Sushi (Paging Fun Mums)
Oatmeal Energy Bites (Hip 2 Save)
Frozen Fruity Yogurt Snacks (Tablespoon)
Banana Peanut Butter Bites (Sugar Bee Crafts)
Chewy Granola Bars (I Heart Nap Time)
Easy Peanut Butter and Jelly Sushi Rolls (Eating on a Dime)
Strawberry Shortcake Cups (Creative Kids Snacks)
Banana Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Bites (The Baker Mama)
Peanut Butter Dip and Fruit (Self Proclaimed Foodie)
Your turn! What are your favorite no-cook snacks for kids? Drop me a line in the comments section!
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