It’s always helpful to have an arsenal of easy back to school recipes in your back pocket, no matter the age of your babes. From healthy chips to no bake snacks, these are things you and your kids will both love! What’s your go-to back to school recipe?
This simple recipe is so easy and these veggie chips are WAY healthier than the store bought kind. With three options to choose from (carrot, beet and garlic), your family will have so much fun eating them all — I’m partial to the garlic.
This recipe allows you to mix and match! Don’t feel like you have to follow all of our ingredients — use whatever tickles your fancy. There is no such thing as a bad avocado boat.
When you are a mom time is of the essence. That is why I love my Crock-Pot, especially in the fall and winter seasons. Nothing is better than coming home to a cooked meal and these cute little tacos require very easy assembly.
Do you know the only thing I love more than my Crock-Pot in the kitchen? Reading the words “no bake” at the top of a recipe! Mix the ingredients together, press into a pan and cut. It doesn’t get more time efficient than that.
Step up your Rice Krispies game with Kids Candy Sushi. These adorable “sushi” rolls are too cute not to try.
We loved making this when Zelda was just starting to become interested in food. If you have cheese, apples, a knife and a cookie cutter you won’t need to buy anything else.
Zelda and I made this for an event a few years ago at Wiliams-Sonoma and I can tell you with confidence, it was a huge hit with the crowd. It makes for a perfect after school snack or a pizza party movie night. No red sauce required.
There is nothing Zelda wants more than a cat. However, since I’m already harboring two men, a toddler, a rabbit and two dogs in my home, we’ll stick to Kitty Cat cookies for now.
It always amazes me how a cookie cutter can transform something and these melon sticks are an adorable example. Just pop these hearts on a toothpick and enjoy!
I used Zelda’s favorite OmieBox and separated the food with cupcake liners. Putting this together took less time than making a sandwich and it is so much cuter!
Photo Credit & Food Styling: Leah Nolan