Indoor playgrounds and birthday party places in Doral, FL offer parents an excellent way to host fun parties for kids. However, if you want to provide the attendees with options to eat that are more nutritious than traditional party foods, then read on for some healthy birthday party snack ideas.
Fresh fruit is an excellent replacement for candy and it’s full of fiber and nutrients, while at the same time tasting sweet and delicious. For this reason, fruit kebabs make a great healthy party snack. Berries, melons, mango, kiwi, peaches, and apples all work wonderfully for this snack and, to make them even more fun, consider using cookie cutters to create fun shapes out of the fruit slices. Remove any pointed ends from the kebab sticks and store the kebabs in a cooler when you head to the indoor party place.
PB & Veggies
For a snack that is healthy, crunchy, and tasty, it’s hard to go wrong with peanut butter and vegetable sticks. For this snack, cut up celery and carrots into sticks that are about 4 inches long, and then spread peanut or nut butter along one side. To make this snack a bit sweeter, bring along apple slices and raisins to add to the peanut butter.
Fruit cups are another healthy birthday party treat option that uses fresh fruit. Strawberries, tangerine slices, mangos, grapes, and blueberries work excellently for this snack, and you can either mix them all together or layer the different fruits to create a rainbow effect. You can easily transition this snack into a fresh fruit parfait by adding yogurt and granola.
Finally, for something salty, crunchy, and a bit sweet, consider bringing homemade popcorn balls along with you to the children’s party place. First, make the popcorn. Then, melt butter and marshmallows and stir the mixture into the popcorn. Next, form the sticky popcorn into balls. Lastly, add a final touch of colored sprinkles and then leave them to set for an hour before wrapping them individually.