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Kids savoury snacks

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Over the sweet or just want to add something savoury to the lunch or snack box? I was tired of adding just sweet stuff to my son's morning tea box so I decided to include something savoury and something sweet to his morning tea box included fresh fruit and veg.

Crunchy oven baked chickpeas

If you've got time to make these chickpeas over a weekend or when you have spare time, they are a great alternative to nuts. Very crunchy(if you follow the right steps) and full of nutrients.

From mykidslickthebowl.com

Almond and cheese crackers

Packed with healthy fats to keep your kids fuller for longer, these crackers are the perfect lunchbox snack or with the right ingredients, even a meal.

From thelittlepine.com

Cheesy popcorn nests

Easy 2 ingredients savoury snack for your kids. Just popcorn and cheese. Make some extra popcorn and make some of it into these savoury crunchy bites.

From mykidslickthebowl.com

Zucchini fritters

What a sneaky way to get veggies into your children. These zucchini fritters look divine and will make a great addition to any lunchbox or morning tea box.

From lowcarbmaven.com

Oven baked cheese crisps

Don't let the long cooking times fool you. These crisps are worth making. It's a great alternative to potato chips and come out crunchy and Savory.

From ginskitchen.wordpress.com

Cheesy herb pinwheels

What attracted me to these pinwheels is how easy they are to make and how yummy they look. This is also a great recipe for a party.

From bitesizedkitchen.com

Pumpkin and cheese scones

I love recipes with hidden veggies in. These scones looks delicious and will be great with butter and cheese. I'd substitute the regular flour with coconut flour since I prefer giving my children fats over carbs.

From createbakemake.com

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