I know many of you out there have little one’s running around at home, and some may even have school aged children. A few weeks ago, my youngest and I were playing around and came up with a super simple after school snack. Sometimes the simplest snacks are the best. They’re quick, you can fancy them up a little, and the dishes are minimal. This one literally takes three minutes to make and it can be a base or the entire snack. It also hits a few nutrient bases. Protein in the peanut butter, some carbohydrate in the cracker, potassium in the banana, and a little tease of superfood in the craisin. It’s that simple, and this recipe is easy.
Peanut butter (or no-nut peanut butter substitute)
- Cut your banana into thick slices, maybe about ½ inch.
- On a large plate, spread out as many crackers as needed to use all the banana.
- Spread a good amount of peanut butter on each cracker.
- Place a banana on each peanut buttered cracker.
- Top is a craisin.
That’s it. You’re done and eating. I hope you and your little ones enjoy.