10 Healthy and Delicious Snacks for After-School Sports

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Banana Breakfast Bars
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Banana Breakfast Bars
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These bars slip in one nutrient that kids wont even know theyre eating: textured vegetable protein, which gives them low-fat soy protein. The bananas are not only delicious but a great a source of potassium for their overworked muscles.

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Meme Inge

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Banana Lollipops
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Banana Lollipops
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These are the perfect snack for halftime. The bananas are rich in carbohydrates and give your kids the energy for the second half, and the protein from the peanut butter makes sure theyre getting the support their bodies need during the game.

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Richard Holmes

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Mini Pizza Rolls
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Mini Pizza Rolls
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Kids love pizza, so congratulate them on a win with these mini pizza rolls. Theyll get their fill of dairy and carbohydrates and satiate their pizza cravings.

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Amy Hanten

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Sliced Golden Beets
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Sliced Golden Beets
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If youre trying to get your kids to eat more vegetables, these beet chips are the way to go. Youll nourish their bodies during the game and all the while theyll think theyre lucky enough to be eating potato chips.

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Jeff Nimoy

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Caramel Maple Yogurt Dip
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Caramel Maple Yogurt Dip
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This dip proves that getting your kids to eat their fruits is as easy as making them dip-able. Theyll enjoy getting their vitamins from the apple and banana because of the caramel and maple flavored yogurt, which incidentally, is a great source of dairy.

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Produce for Kids

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Chocolate and Peanut Butter Trailbars
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Chocolate and Peanut Butter Trailbars
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Its the best of both worlds: chocolate satiating your kids craving for candy and the peanut butter supplying them with the protein they need to grow into a bigger and stronger athlete.

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Gina Baker

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Buttery Cinnamon Pecans
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Buttery Cinnamon Pecans
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This snack works double-duty, giving an excellent source of protein from the pecans, and strengthening cognitive function with the cinnamon, making sure the kids perform on and off the field.

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Debbie Johnson

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Gone Fishin' Snack Mix
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Gone Fishin' Snack Mix
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Packed in individual sandwich bags, this snack mix will ride easily with you to the game, and is a great way to gift your kid some candy after a big win. In addition to the candy, kids are getting the carbohydrates they need from the oat cereal, so theyll be ready for practice the next day.

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Amy Hanten

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Soy Nut Clusters
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Soy Nut Clusters
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Packed with protein, these nut clusters will easily tromp popcorn in the snack department, and are easy to carry with you to the game.

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SoyConnection.com

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Black Bean Mango Salsa
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Black Bean Mango Salsa
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Most kids are adverse to salsa because they think its too spicy or they just cant stand tomatoes. This recipe uses a few chunks of sweet mango to trick them into liking it, while getting their fruits and vegetables at the same time.

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Amy Hanten