How to make vegan snacks for kids

This is the first in a series of posts on vegan snacks that I will be writing over the next couple of weeks.

In this post, I will talk about how to make homemade snacks with ingredients that I have already purchased at Whole Foods and can use in my family recipes. 

In this post: I am sharing some of the snacks that are included in my family recipes.

These snacks are healthy, low-fat, and high in fiber.

They are gluten-free, nut-free and vegan.

They can be baked or eaten raw.

They contain vitamins A, D, K, B6, B12, folate, iron, zinc, copper, zinc oxide, zinc chloride, selenium, septicemia, vitamin B12 and selenocortin.

The list goes on. 

There are a lot of snacks on the market right now that have the potential to be a part of a family recipe.

Here are some of my favorites from the store shelves. 

(This is a sample from the Snack Attack food package.)

(This product has a red chocolate chipsauce on the front.)

Snack Box – Healthy Snack Box Snacks for Kids: My kids love these, and they are a great way to have fun while they are out with their friends.

The flavors include blueberries, pumpkin and chocolate chip.

They have about 20 ingredients in total, including chocolate chips, coconut oil, blueberries and nuts.

Blueberry Pecan Ice Cream: Blueberries are super easy to grow and the frozen chunks are just perfect for making a fun ice cream.

Melt the butter in a medium saucepan.

Add the frozen blueberries. 

Cook on low heat for about 5 minutes.

Add in the whipped cream. 

Remove from heat and let cool for a few minutes. 

Make a batch and freeze them for later.

I make this ice cream all the time, and it is so easy to make.

Chocolate Chip Chocolate Chip Cookies: This recipe calls for brown sugar and dates to help keep the cookies sweet.

I made them the other day, and I enjoyed them even more.

Nutella Fudge: The Nutella Fudges come in a variety of flavors, including a vegan chocolate chip and a brown sugar version.

They come with a sweet, marshmallow-like chocolate sauce and have a very nice nutty flavor.

Cookie Dough Pudding: These cookies are super delicious and very low-carb.

They make a great snack to serve with cereal or cereal with chocolate chips.

Frozen Coconut Cream:These frozen coconut cream treats are just amazing.

They have the perfect amount of coconut milk in them and are a perfect treat to eat on their own.

Homemade Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough: You can make these cookies in your own kitchen and then bake them in the oven for about 30 minutes to set the cookies.

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Dough: These pumpkin chocolate chip cookies are one of my favorite snacks.

They taste like a pumpkin pie, and the flavor is so good!

They can also be eaten raw and are gluten free. 

The flavor of these cookies is also similar to a vegan Chocolate Chip cookie. 

Eggplant Cheesecake: This is an amazing dessert for kids and is perfect for a vegan diet.

It has a nice light chocolate sauce with a creamy eggplant topping.

Apple-Cinnamon Apple Pie: If you don’t have a vegan cheesecake, this apple-cinnamon apple pie is perfect.

It is vegan, nut free and gluten free!

Vegan Cinnamon Cheesecakes: Another great way for kids to eat a healthy snack is to make their own vegan cinnamon cheesecakes.

They also have a lot more flavors than you would find in a cheesecake.

You may be surprised at how easy these vegan cinnamon treats are.

 These vegan cinnamon desserts are great for children to eat in their own kitchen or at home.

What are your favorite vegan snacks?

Do you have any favorites from your family that are vegan?

Please let me know!

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