We have a roundup of different sweet and savory recipes that are both easy to prepare and big on flavor!
Apple Cookies1 of 11
These "cookies" aren't just fun to eat. They're fun to make, too! Let the kids spread the peanut butter and place the toppings on this healthy, gluten-free snack.
Zucchini Tater Tots2 of 11
This healthier version of a kid-favorite is great to have on-hand when your child has the munchies. It's packed with wholesome veggies and calls for only four ingredients!
Strawberry Energy Bites3 of 11
We love any snack that comes together in a food processor, which is why these fruity bites are at the top of our list. Note: Though oats are widely-considered gluten-free, it's important to look for a brand that promises zero contamination.
Rainbow Fritters4 of 11
Not only are these bright fritters packed with four different vegetables, but gluten-free chickpea flour increases the protein content to keep your kids full.
Blender Peanut Butter Banana Muffins5 of 11
These flourless muffins are gluten-free, contain only five ingredients and are mixed in your everyday blender for easy prep.
Homemade Cheese Crackers6 of 11
Kids love crackers, but it's hard to find a gluten-free version that doesn't taste like cardboard. This at-home version uses almond flour to cut the wheat and plenty of spices to preserve a yummy taste.
Monster Cookie Bars7 of 11
The next time the kids are craving a sweet treat, look no further than these flourless monster bars. The recipe spreads onto a single cookie sheet and the bars freeze well, so no need to stress over leftovers!
Spinach Potato Bites8 of 11
Savory potatoes make these bite-sized balls just enough to ward off pre-dinner hunger pains. Plus, you'll love the extra dose of veggies!
Healthy No-Bake Fig Newtons9 of 11
Ditch the preservatives and refined sugar–these homemade newtons are packed with real ingredients, naturally sweetened, gluten-free and as tasty as the store-bought version!
Mozzarella Bites10 of 11
Need a savory snack for your child's next sleepover? Look no further than these cheesy bites. A simple switch to gluten-free flour and gluten-free breadcrumbs make them celiac-friendly.