1. Homemade Granola Bar
    Kids love granola bars, but the store bought brands are often loaded with sugar, which is probably why they taste so good to a toddler. Make your own at home if you want a great on-the-go treat that is as healthy as it is tasty. This recipe is easy and it gives you some wiggle room with what dried fruits you use; if you have raisins at home, toss them in. If you prefer apricots or Craisins, you can add those too.
  1. Almond Butter & Banana Open Sandwich
    Bananas offer potassium and almond butter is packed with protein and healthy fats. Think of a peanut butter sandwich, sans bread. You simply cut a banana in half the long way, then spread the almond butter (or peanut butter, if you prefer) on top, drizzle with honey and then top off with whatever toppings your little one likes. Raisins, granola and nuts are all great choices depending on what your kids like. Quick, easy, healthy and they are pretty darn delicious too.