An After School Snack Board is a fun way to give those children in your life a special treat. It is a colorful combination of fruits, veggies, cheese, mini sandwiches and sweet treats.
If your children will be in person at school or a virtual situation, we all know they will be needing some snacks. This snack board has something for everyone.
I have been having so much fun lately creating these boards for so many occasions. I will be sharing many more in the upcoming months.
The holidays are over and school has started back. We all know that children are “starving” when they get home from school. Sometimes I have some of my grandchildren or my neighbor boys after school.
I try to keep foods on hand so that I can create treats when needed. They all like it when I make the treats a little special. They are use to sandwiches cut out of cookie cutters, or themed tables.
Creating a snack board was a fun idea to them.
There are no rules on what you can fill the boards with. Just use your imagination and fill them with whatever you have on hand.
I started with a round board because I did not have but 2 or 3 children on these 2 days. I have a larger board I will use for a larger crowd.
For this After School Snack Board, I started with a bowl of fresh fruit, added some mini grilled cheese sandwiches, and then filled in sections with fresh veggies, cheese, gold fish, pretzels, popcorn and mini ham and cheese pinwheels.
I melted a small bowl of chocolate for dipping strawberries or donut holes. Finally, fill in empty spots with small candies.
Here are some other views of the board.
A few weeks earlier I was visiting with my grandsons out of state, and they helped me make one of these boards.
They enjoyed going through their pantry finding snacks. I had taken some healthier options and added them.
Both of the boards that I made had the same theme, but use whatever the children in your life enjoy snacking on.
Here are some other healthier after school snack ideas.
AFTER SCHOOL SNACK BOARD
- 3 cups fresh fruit
- 2 cups fresh veggies, any variety
- 1 cup cheese cubes
- variety of snacks such as popcorn, chips, pretzels, goldfish
- variety of small candies and sweet treats like donut holes,brownie bites, mini cookies
- mini sandwiches cut out with cookie cutter
- 1/2 cup of melted chocolate
- 1/2 cup ranch dressing
- Arrange fruit in a small bowl in center of board.
- Line vegetables in a section on side of board
- Arrange cheese cubes in a section of board.
- Set small cups of any dips you are serving on the board.
- Arrange groupings of the other treats around the sides of the board
7 thoughts on “AFTER SCHOOL SNACK BOARD”
What a great idea! The way you arranged everything makes it so appealing to even the pickiest eater. I have tried to make snack assortments before but always draw a blank at the store. Now I can use your list for buying. I also like how some things (mini muffins, popcorn, etc) can be either home made or purchased depending the amount of prep time you have. Looking forward to your other arrangements!
Thank you Joyce. I agree that some will have more homemade items. That’s the good thing about it, use a mixture depending on time!
Yummy and healthy!!
Thank you, the kids actually ate the healthier foods as well as the sweets. They liked it all.
Looks great Pam, will make for grandkids when we go to Baltimore next week !,
Looks wonderful Pam, will make for grandkids when we visit Baltimore in a few weeks !,
Aweseome!!! Thank you.
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