Easy toddler snack suggestions?

I’m very pregnant, and I really don’t have the energy to make chocolate chip faces on anything, of make anything that requires a toothpick or pairing knife. I’ve tried googling easy snack ideas and they don’t sound easy at all. My daughter eats tons of fruit, snack cheeses, crackers, cereal etc. but lately she gets tired of them very quickly. I’m trying to get her to eat more vegetables (ha!), but you know how that goes... What are your go-to easy snacks that you know your kid will eat? Thanks in advance.

  • Vicki
    Oct 24

    Apple sauce, yogurt, quesadillas, baby carrots, frozen blueberries, cinnamon raisin toast with any kind of topping, tater tots.

  • Julia
    Oct 24

    My son loves boiled eggs. I do a dozen or so every few days peel them the save them. Pull then out cut them into smaller pieces or just hand it to him depending on how he is feeling! A good source of protein and an easy go to snack

  • Becky
    Oct 24

    I keep grapes on hand. Toast is also a favorite of hers. Blueberries, raisins, applesauce, string cheese, quesadillas is a good idea too.

  • PK
    Oct 24

    I get these soft baked oat bars by happy tot for the days that I’m too lazy to put together a snack for him lol. My son loves them

  • Lulu
    Oct 24

    Following!

  • Becky
    Oct 24

    I use these for my lazy days or for out and about. She loves them!

  • Jazy
    Oct 24

    Apples and peanut butter

  • Izabela
    Oct 24

    My son loves strawberries, blackberries, or banana all fruit technically and sometimes he does just plain cereal

  • Vicki
    Oct 24

    Mini pancakes and waffles

  • Ashlie
    Oct 26

    I have a 3.5 year old and a 6 week old so I was just recently in your shoes. I went to Costco and stocked up on mini guacamole and hummus cups paired with baby carrots, pretzels and crackers. Quesadias, hard boiled eggs, turkey pepperoni slices and string cheese “pigs in a blanket”, mini muffin everything (I make quinoa and use it as the base for everything from pizza muffins to broccoli bites.) they are great for me to snack on too and I make a batch for us to munch on all week long. Greek yogurt with raspberries and sprinkles are one of his faves. Canned chicken mixed with mayo to make chicken salad and then top them onto crackers. Right now I’ve been playing off of Halloween and just making everything “spooky” sharpie to draw two eyes and a mouth on a banana to make a Boo-nana ghosts.

  • Yopolos
    Oct 26

    Great ideas Ashlie!

  • Birdie
    Oct 28

    My 2 yr old daughter loves peanuts, pretzels, anything with peanut butter. Tuna fish (Hawaiian style), Hawaiian Mac salad, lemon cilantro hummus.

  • Lulu
    Oct 28

    I am curious about Hawaiian tuna salad and Hawaiian Mac salad... care to share @Birdie?

  • Birdie
    Oct 28

    @lulu FYI I don’t do measurements, it’s all to taste. Tuna salad Tuna, chipotle mayo, regular mayo (brand called just mayo), salt, pepper, garlic powder, smoked paprika, chopped raw sweet onion, tomatoes, cucumbers optional. Use large sliced Cucumbers to dip, great in lettuce wraps. Mac salad Boiled potatoes just cooked through, not mushy. Boiled Macaroni noodles. Mix with mayo, raw sweet onion, salt, pepper, garlic powder, smoked paprika. It taste amazing with chicken teriyaki.

  • Lulu
    Oct 28

    Yum!! Thanks!