"Let's make a deal—I'll raise you five strawberries for your Snack Pack."
"Make it six and throw in that granola bar, too."
You've never seen real negotiating until you've seen a bunch of 8-year-olds trading snacks at lunch or snack time—it's incredible, really. But as a parent, if you want to make sure the snacks you bought for your kid end up in their stomach, you'll have to up the ante and get creative.
We've scoured Pinterest for some of the most delicious—and nutritious—snacks that your kid won't even want to trade away to their friends for chocolate pudding.
Frozen Banana Yogurt "Reese's" Cups1 of 14
They won't even know what they're eating is healthy!
Homemade Fruit Roll Ups2 of 14
A healthier version of your favorite childhood snack.
Apple Cookies3 of 14
They'll still get the crunch of a cookie but with more healthy ingredients.
Banana Peanut Butter Bites4 of 14
Everything tastes better on a stick, right?
Apple Cinnamon Chips5 of 14
These are so good, they'll forget all about potato chips.
Banana and Nutella Sushi6 of 14
Make them feel a little more grown up with this play on a Japanese favorite.
Applesauce Muffins7 of 14
These taste so good, your kids will forget the fact that they're actually good for them.
Blueberry Yogurt Kabobs8 of 14
Again, everything's better on a stick, right?
Banana Cereal Snacks9 of 14
Make sure your kids get their fill of fruit with this crunchy take.
No-Bake Energy Balls10 of 14
These are fun to make and eat. Have your kids help roll them before leaving for camp.
Cheese and Carrot Coins11 of 14
An unusual combination your kids will actually love.
Strawberry Yogurt Bark12 of 14
You'd be hard pressed to find a kid that wouldn't love this tasty treat.
Nut Butter and Jelly Roll Ups13 of 14
You can't go wrong with PB&J, and your kids will love to make these and roll them up, too.