Going back to school means packing backpacks and lunches, learning new schedules and getting up and going every morning. But it doesn’t end there! When school lets out kids are in need of an after school snack to tide them over until dinner or activities.
My own kids come home hungry after school and need something to get them through homework time until dinner. Then there are those days when we need a snack before dance class because dinner will be late.
I’m always on the look out for new snack ideas, easy snacks that I can make ahead of time or that the kids can prepare on their own.
I reached out to some of my favorite food bloggers and asked them to share some after school snack recipes and ideas. And they did not disappoint!
Below you will find 100+ after school snack recipes, and I assure you there is something for everyone in this list. Many of these you can make ahead of time and pack them in cute containers for kids to grab and go.
This list of delicious snacks is broken down into categories
Little bites and balls
Fresh fruit and veggie snacks
Muffins and bread
Baked snack ideas
No bake after school snacks
From old stand by easy recipes to new healthy and better for you alternatives. This list has allergy free recipes and snacks that fit every diet.
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After School Snack Ideas
100+ After School Snack Ideas
Little Bites and No Bake Balls
Pack good for you ingredients and lots of protein into these bite size snacks that kids will love after school.
Bake a pan of these delicious bars ahead of time and divide them up into individual portions. Kids can grab one after school for the perfect treat. From granola bars to cereal bars to no bake easy snacks, you'll find something your kids will love here.
What a list of snacks! And they are not just for after school. Use these recipes to inspire new lunch and dinner ideas. Pack these snacks for game day, road trips and family get togethers. You just can’t go wrong with easy ideas like these.
Pin this and refer back when you get into a snack time rut.