Don’t miss a single recipe – these are all tips to help your kids keep healthy. Let us know what you think in the comments below…
1. I use a very low-calorie version of these healthy snacks so that they don’t taste bad.
2. We use a “high calories” version of these healthy snacks but don’t worry about the caloric difference!
3. We use some kind of fiber or fiber-rich grain like almonds or oats.
4. We use some types of seeds that are low in the sugars, salt and fat in some grain recipes.
5. We don’t use any refined, added sugars like soy (or corn) so don’t be afraid to mix in other grains to keep your kids happy.
6. I use an extra-low-calorie version of these healthy snacks that are high in fiber, nut and seeds.
7. I use high-dose probiotics to help build lean body mass. (Read up on THAT HERE.)
8. We use some plant-based foods like sunflower seeds, or chia seeds or kale if your kids have an appetite.
9. I choose to add some vitamins to our whole grains such as oats.