Struggling to get your kids to eat their veggies?
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My hubby may be the gourmet chef at our house,
but I run circles around him when it comes to snack boards, ha!
I don’t know about you, but snacky meals are my favorite.
And luckily I’ve turned one of my kiddos onto enjoying snack board lunches with me.
These are perfect for Sunday afternoons when we get home from church, ready to relax.
Just so easy. No cooking. Sign me up.
Today, I thought I’d share one of my favorite ways to make these.
You cannot go wrong with the rainbow snack board,
fun rainbow colors in fruits and veggies!
What kiddos could pass that up?
For a rounded out snack, I also add a little protein and a little carbs.
Sometimes it’s meat sticks cut into bite size, sometimes it’s peanut butter.
On this tray, I added dairy-free pepperoni.
Carbs usually consist of crackers we have in the pantry.
And this time, I skipped any dairy-free cheese.
I feel like it’s not necessary, as you can see…
you can come up with a pretty well-rounded snack board without it.
As for the produce, Aldi is my favorite place to stock up!
Here’s what’s on our snack tray as shown.
RAINBOW SNACK BOARD
Be sure to check labels, not all crackers are dairy-free.
- peanut butter
- red apples
- orange carrots
- yellow peppers
- green celery
If you aren’t allergic to peanut butter…
it’s great for both spreading on the crackers and dipping celery in.
After dipping celery, add some raisins for yummy ants on logs!
If you’re allergic to peanut butter, you could use your safe alternative.
Of course, making little pepperoni sandwiches with the crackers is super fun, too.
Here’s our favorite pepperoni.
This board also makes for a great afternoon snack.
Wash and cut and have a fun board ready for your kiddos after school.
MORE DAIRY-FREE SNACK BOARDS
Have you ever made a snack board?
What’s your favorite dairy-free snacks to use?
We’d love to hear!