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Kid Friendly Snacks & Food for Summer #kidsinthekitchen

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Summer is in full swing and the kids are ravenous after the pool, playground and parks.  I’ve put together this awesome list of Kid-Friendly Foods for Summer to satisfy any appetite. Don’t worry about the picky eaters or allergies because there’s a little something for every age and tastebud and nutritional level.

18 Kids Friendly Snacks and Foods for Summer

Sand Dessert via I Was Born to Cook

Sand Dessert

Yogurt Covered Strawberries via The Guavalicious LifeKid Friendly Snacks & Food for Summer #kidsinthekitchen

Peanut Butter & Oatmeal Power Bites via LookWhatMomFoundKid Friendly Summer Snacks and Food #kidsinthekitchen

Mini Pizzas via Suzy’s SitcomKid Friendly Summer Snacks and Food #kidsinthekitchen

Gluten Free Animal Crackers via Petite Allergy TreatsKid Friendly Summer Snacks and Food #kidsinthekitchen

Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicles via The Neighborhood MomsKid Friendly Summer Snacks and Food #kidsinthekitchen

Chicken Ricotta Pies via Meaningful MamaKid Friendly Summer Snacks and Food #kidsinthekitchen

Sprite with Kool-Aid Cubes via Food Family & FindsKid Friendly Summer Snacks and Food #kidsinthekitchen

Brown Bag Microwave Popcorn via LookWhatMomFoundKid Friendly Summer Snacks and Food #kidsinthekitchen

Taco Egg Rolls via Awkward KitchenetteKid Friendly Summer Snacks and Food #kidsinthekitchen

Homemade Corn Dogs via Chef in TrainingKid Friendly Summer Snacks and Food #kidsinthekitchen

PB&J Smoothie via Nest of PosiesKid Friendly Summer Snacks and Food #kidsinthekitchen

Monster Trail Mix Granola Bars via Mom on Time OutKid Friendly Summer Snacks and Food #kidsinthekitchen

Watermelon Pico de Gallo via The Pioneer WomanKid Friendly Summer Snacks and Food #kidsinthekitchen

Apple Cheesecake Quesadillas via Lemon Tree DwellingKid Friendly Summer Snacks and Food #kidsinthekitchen

Natural Fruit Leather via Out of the Box FoodKid Friendly Summer Snacks and Food #kidsinthekitchen

Fairy Bread via Smart School HouseKid Friendly Summer Snacks and Food #kidsinthekitchen

Strawberry Shortcake on a Stick via In Your Back PocketKid Friendly Summer Snacks and Food #kidsinthekitchen

What do you serve your kids during the hot summer months to keep them satisfied and happy?

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  1. Victoria says:

    Thank you for hosting! Have a great weekend 🙂

  2. Thank you. I love stopping by your fabulous party each week. Please come and party with us. We would love to have you! http://loulougirls.blogspot.com
    Happy Friday! Lou Lou Girls

  3. These are all great ideas. I found many great things to consider making with my kids.

  4. Those strawberry cheesecake popsicles look amazing!

  5. What fun recipes! My daughter was watching over my shoulder and kept saying “let’s try this one!” “Oh no this one” “and this one” Can’t wait to try some of these out 🙂

  6. Cheryl says:

    What a great roundup for kids! And it looks like a fun linkup too! I’m pinning and stumbling. Thanks for sharing on The Yuck Stops Here recipe link party this week. I hope to see you back with a delicous recipe next week! HUGS

  7. So excited to find this awesome recipe link up with great kid-friendly options! My kids are in a “good food” famine, so I’ve been on the hunt for new stuff to try. Very excited to put some of these to work in my house. Thank you!

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