10 Healthy Christmas Snacks perfect for a child’s school party, or any holiday occasion. No sugar in these festive & healthy Christmas snacks.
Christmas Snacks Not Loaded with Sugar
With Christmas quickly approaching, don’t get me wrong, I’m excited to bake Christmas treats with my kids, but with all the sweets that come around this time of year, I also like to find a healthy balance.
I don’t want to be the Grinch who stole Christmas, and I’m not against my kid having sweets here and there at Christmas events.
However, at home and during school with their lunches, I do like to have healthy sacks on hand and just because it’s the holidays, it’s not different.
This means, I work hard to make sure our christmas snacks are healthy and not loaded with sugar like frosting, cake, chocolate and sprinkles.
But healthy doesn’t have to be boring. Healthy snacks can be fun and festive too!
I thought this would be a challenge, but there are so many healthy Christmas snack options out there and they aren’t very difficult to pull off.
Whether you’re packing your child’s school lunch and want to slip in a fun holiday treat, or volunteered to bring a platter of Christmas snacks to their class party, I’ve got you covered.
These Healthy Christmas Snacks perfect for kids are super simple, look adorable and I promise, won’t have your kids bouncing off the walls one minute and crashing the next.
Most of the ingredients are natural flavors of berries and fruit, or even fun breakfast ideas not including donuts or cake like items.
Now… if you want to add sweets on the menu here are two scrumptious resources:
- 30 Children’s Christmas Party Food Ideas (Sugar Included)
- 35 Fun & Easy Christmas Treats to Make With Your Family
24 Healthy Children’s Christmas Party Food Ideas
Whether you are bringing treats to your kid’s Christmas party at school or just want to make something to surprise your kids in their lunch box or when they get home from school, any of these Healthy Christmas Snacks will hit the spot, and add to the fun of the season.
Festive Christmas treats that’ll surely delight children whether it’s for their Christmas party or a holiday get-together.
The best part?
They are easy to make, taste delicious and are so cute.
String Cheese Snowmen from NoBiggie
Grinch Kabobs from Melanie Cooks
Reindeer Applesauce from the Melrose Family
Santa Toast from Little Food Junction
The Grinch Grape Snack Bags from Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons
Rudolph Celery from Natural Beach Living
Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries from Laura Fuentes
Christmas Cooking Accessories to Jazz up Your Baking:
Chocolate Dipped Mandarin Oranges from My Fussy Eater
Strawberry Banana Candy Canes from Healthy Little Foodies
Reindeer Water Bottles from Misadventures and Misanthropes
Banana Santas from Its Written on the Walls!
Frozen Melon & Grape Pops from Eats Amazing
Rudolph Pancakes From I Heart Naptime,
Inspired by Kitchen Fun with My Three Sons
Watermelon Christmas Trees from Eating Vibrantly
Black Olive Penguins from Foodie with Family
Strawberry Banana Santas from My Kids Lick the Bowl
Snowman String Cheese from A Burst of First
Make this healthy fruit platter from Desiree Empire to bring to your next Christmas event
Snowman Fruit Kabobs (Source)
Healthy Grinch Snacks from Natural Beach Living
Watermelon Christmas Trees from Healthy Little Foodies
Santa Crackers from Catch My Party
Banana Penguins from Reading Confetti
Cookie Cutter Pizzas from Anders Ruff blog