Creative Winter Snacks for Kids


One major challenge that parents face during the winter is the long break that happens around Christmas time. With kids at home, it can be tough to find ways to keep them entertained with constructive activities. Additionally, once they’ve worked up an appetite, it can be equally difficult to figure out a snack that they will enjoy. Well, why not put them to work putting together their own snacks that they will enjoy. The fact of the matter is that most kids just need a little inspiration and a few ingredients to make some truly remarkable snacks that look cute and are supremely tasty. Read on for a list of some of our favorite creative winter snacks for kids.

Cinnamon Sugar French Toast Mittens

No Bake Snowflake Cookies

Banana Snowman

Chocolate Covered Reindeer Holiday Cookies

Polar Bear Hot Chocolate

Creamy Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate

Hot Cocoa Crispy Squares

Healthy Winter Morning Glory Muffins

Cinnamon Flax Seed Low Carb Muffin in a Mug

Sledding Penguins Frozen Banana Snack

Penguin SnackPopcorn Snowballs

Real Fruit (or Veggie) Candy Canes

Santa’s Belly

Reindeer Food

Grinch Kabobs

Snowman Sandwiches

Holiday Cone

While the list above represents a small sampling of the creative things you can do with food to keep your kids entertained and fed, our nannies are equipped with even more amazing activities and ideas. Working with kids is our passion, and we can’t wait to spend more time with you and your family of the winter break. Take a few minutes to get to know our company and caregivers because we are confident that you will find Joanna’s Nannies is the right fit for you and your family.