Cranberry-Oat Cereal Bars
Soothe after-school hunger with nutritious, easy, and delicious snacks your scholarly tykes are sure to savor.Kids will love these sweet oat treats.
Ham-and-Apple Wraps with Dip
In 15 minutes, you can prepare this hearty snack for little ones trolling the pantry.
This antioxidant-packed smoothie will give your kids the boost they need to start their homework after school.
Crunchy Caramel Corn
Indulge your kids' popcorn cravings -- this extra-crunchy version (with some sweetness) will make them applaud after school.
DIY Dried Fruit Granola Bites
Try these DIY granola bites for a healthy afterschool snack. They're made with whole ingredients and nothing artificial.Get the Dried Fruit and Nut Bites Recipe
Peanut-Butter Granola Balls
Made with honey and dried fruit, these afternoon treats sneak a little nutrition into homework time.
Offer an unexpected twist on an afternoon snack of raw vegetables -- wrap them up in bread to look like sushi.
Ants on a Log
Using assorted dried fruit adds a colorful twist to this classic after-school snack.
The classic fall flavors of this granola make for a delicious and filling breakfast or afternoon treat.
Chocolate-Coconut Graham Crackers
These cookies are incredibly easy to make; toasting the shredded coconut brings out its nutty flavor.
Pear with Honey and Pecans
A single serving of this after-school meal offers up both fiber and healthy fats.
Put down the delivery menu, and whip up these pizzas for an after-school homework session.
Healthy Oatmeal Cookies
Pull a fast one on the kids: In just 10 minutes, whip up the dough for these sweet, crunchy treats made with whole-wheat flour.
Warm Fruit-and-Nut Snack
This healthy trail mix is a perfect nosh for kids while they're completing math homework or working on their art projects.
These cheddar-carrot balls are perfect as an after-school snack that's fun for kids -- and a guilty pleasure for adults.
Kids (and grown-ups, too) will love this updated version of cinnamon toast.
Serve this kid-approved dip with carrot sticks or breadsticks.
Frozen Fruit Salad
Placing ordinary fruit in the freezer for an hour gives this classic snack a fun, new snap.
Save your brainpower for schoolwork by limiting your decisions and blending two dips in one.
Try substituting other types of dried fruit and nuts for the raisins and peanuts.
You can use any of your favorite pizza toppings on these crackers. Try diced deli ham, chopped bell pepper, or pineapple chunks.
Grape Gelatin with Blueberries
These cool treats may look like something out of science class, but the taste will keep after-school appetites satisfied.
Peanut-Butter Granola Bars
These homemade versions of a favorite snack food are filled with healthy fruit and nuts and are very simple to make.
This classic appetizer also makes a fantastic protein-rich study-session snack.
Emeril's Anytime Yogurt Parfaits
This treat is not only healthy, it's also a fun breakfast, dessert, or after-school snack.
Use a cookie-cutter to give these kid-size sandwiches fun, creative shapes.
Cereal Mix with Parmesan
Our version of this classic mix features pretzels and wholesome cereals, plus the grown-up flavors of olive oil and Parmesan.
Tortilla Cups with Yogurt and Fresh Fruit
Give yogurt and fruit a special twist by serving them in these tortilla cups.
White Bean Dip
Everyone will love this dip, so make some extra. It will keep, refrigerated, for three days.
Candied Spiced Chickpeas
This treat is not just sweet, but also has enough protein to keep you focused.
English Muffin with Apple and Cheddar
This delicious sandwich is a quick and satisfying meal for hungry kids just off the bus.
With these snowflakes, only the cheese melts. Fold a flour tortilla in half, then in thirds. Snip out shapes, unfold, and use as the top of a quesadilla.