The recipes for these simple and healthy snacks are designed especially for kids to do on their own. Some require a little help from parents on preparations. But once that's done, parents can feel safe knowing that their kids are working in the kitchen without turning on any major appliances or using sharp objects — and snacking healthy.
Banana Yogurt Popsicle
Frozen Yogurt Pops
Perfect Pineapple Pops
Wiggly Fruit Squares
Yogurt on the Go
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