Are you tired of all the unhealthy snacks available during the holiday season? Do you wish you could make healthy snacks that your kids will want to eat? Here are 25 healthy Christmas snacks that your kids or grandkids will beg for!
25 Healthy Christmas Snacks
Here are 25 healthy snack ideas that are Christmas themed! These are perfect for kids, but they are also great for adults. They would even be great for holiday parties. To go to the full article or recipe, just click on each Pinterest pin.
These egg snowmen from Roxy’s Kitchen are absolutely adorable. They make for a great high-protein snack.
These fruit snowmen from One Handed Cooks are so cute. I love all the healthy ingredients in them.
Feeling like watermelon this holiday season? Here’s a great excuse to serve watermelon, even in the winter (from What About Watermelon?). Plus, I can never get enough of blueberries any time of the year.
This is a fun way to serve any healthy dip (from Kitchen Fun with My Three Sons).
These penguins from Foodie with Family are just too cute! I’d make them with goats cheese for a healthier version.
I love how creative this Baby Jesus in a manger is (from Creative Kid Snacks).
A super easy way to get kids willingly eating more fruit for the holidays (from The Diva Dish).
This joy vegetable tray from Modern Parents Messy Kids is a creative way to get kids and adults eating more vegetables. It’s also a great idea for any holiday party.
This Grinch from Clean and Scentsible is awesome. The tortilla chips aren’t the healthiest, but you could use a healthier chip or even vegetables instead.
This is such a pretty wreath from Super Healthy Kids. A perfect way to make your home more festive during the week. Also, another great idea for a holiday party.
Another wreath option to inspire kids, and yourself, to eat more vegetables this holiday season (from Divine Health from the Inside Out).
I love Caprese salad. This take festive take on Caprese salad from Veggie Wala is sure to be a hit.
This fruit Christmas tree is beautiful (from Ginger and Garlic)!
Another favorite fruit Christmas tree from The First Year. For healthier presents, I would try mango or pineapple pieces cut into squares and rectangles.
This easy Christmas tree made with fruit is really pretty (from Mama Papa Bubba). I like how the berries look like ornaments.
The cucumbers make a cute layered look for this tree from Kiddie Foodies. You could do this with or without the presents.
Such a pretty strawberry tree from Kara’s Party Ideas!
This vegetable Christmas tree has such a cool design (from Jeanne Benedict).
Get the best of both worlds with a fruit tree and a vegetable tree (from Frugal Living Mom).
A simple vegetable tree from Better Recipes.
Get a healthy variety with this tree made of 5 different vegetables (from Kelly Toups).
A great tree for fruit lovers (from Little Wonders’ Days).
Only three vegetables are needed for this tree (from Clean and Scentsible).
These trees from Eating Vibrantly are simple and cute.
If you’re looking for something nice and easy, these trees are fun (from Eats Amazing).
These cute festive snacks will help anyone want to eat healthier this holiday season! They are perfect for kids of all ages and any adults, too!
I’m definitely making some of these snacks this year to keep around the house!
What are your favorite healthy Christmas snacks? Do you have any tricks for getting your kids to eat healthily during the holidays?
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