Nutritious Snacks for Kids: Spring Break Recipes

Spring break is a good opportunity to do family activities, so why not transform mealtime and involve your kids in the process of cooking and creating healthy snacks? 

Children love to watch adults cook and are naturally curious; give them responsibilities and let them do some stirring, baking and decorating! They will develop their self-esteem and cooking skills, and the daily chore of cooking will be a fun and rewarding activity for all.
Spring break Recipes

If you’re looking for something new and original to cook with your little Cheese Lovers during Spring break, the Berry, Mascarpone and Oat Crisp Salad is a quick, nutritious and easily prepared dish that is sure to please. Diggers and Scoopers will enjoy its special feature: its incredible edible cantaloupe bowl! (Pssst, this means more fun for them and fewer dishes for you!)

During March Break or Spring Break, while your children are busy with activities and camps, giving them Canadian cheese is a great way to fill their nutritional needs and provide them with the necessary energy to get through the day. Cheese snacks can be handed out in most situations and are easy to carry. Luckily for busy parents who are out all day, Canadian cheese allows for a wide range of easy quick-fix recipes at suppertime such as the one above.

What’s your favourite Canadian cheese recipe?

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What other fun recipes for healthy and nutritious snacks do you create with your kids? Share your thoughts in the Comments section below.

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