We're always trying to get our kids to eat their oats, so what better way to do it than by sneaking it into a Halloween treat? Brown sugar and cinnamon are added to fulfill that desired sweet craving kids get on the celebrated holiday, while chopped apple, pecans, and oats make it good for them, too.
Kids love this healthy cross between a granola bar and a Rice Krispies treat. These bars are far healthier than kids’ breakfast cereals, delivering a good boost of whole grains and fiber, as well as calcium from the powdered milk. I keep some in little plastic bags frozen individually to keep them from going stale, and toss them in lunchboxes or for a snack on the run.
Enjoy this great-tasting snack featuring Nature Valley granola bars and Chex Mix snack mix. Add dried fruit and nuts to have a crunchy treat ready in five minutes.Click here for more Super Bowl recipes.
Even if a snack is healthy, it doesn’t have to taste that way. Oats and dried fruit come together for this crunchy, slightly sweet granola: the perfect addition to yogurt and ice cream, and a great snack on its own. If you want extra crunch, add some chopped nuts.