Being in school takes a whole lot of energy! From Social Studies and Math to P.E. and soccer practice, making sure your little ones get the proper fuel to keep going all day long is really important. In celebration of going back to school, here are 5 of our favorite after school snacks featuring yogurt that have enough protein to keep the Tillakids in your life powered all the way until dinner!
This may be simple, but it’s definitely not plain! When you’re in a rush or on the go, peeling back the lid to a delicious cup of natural Tillamook Yogurt is a quick and delicious way to fill up even the hungriest of kids.
Sliced Apples + Dip
Adding a dip to produce is a great way to get kids to LOVE eating their fruits and veggies. Why not try slicing up an apple and dipping it into Tillamook French Vanilla Bean Yogurt? It’s got a whole lot of yum!
Raspberry Yogurt Oat Smoothie
This smoothie is so creamy and delicious, your little ones won’t even realize they’re drinking whole grains and protein! Since this is a base recipe, you can change up the fruit + Tillamook Yogurt + juice mixture to fit any season or craving.
Berry Yogurt Sundae
A healthy twist on the classic sundae that’s a perfect treat anytime of the day (but especially after a long day at school)! Add your favorite Tillamook Yogurt flavor (we used Oregon Strawberry here), then pile your little one’s favorite toppings: fresh or dried fruit, oats or cereal, and nuts. You can even put a cherry on top!
Muffins are too delicious to be relegated to breakfast alone. And if you make them at home, you can pack each and every muffin with natural and healthy ingredients that you can feel good about feeding your kids, like whole-wheat flour and Tillamook Yogurt. Take these Tillamook Yogurt Cherry Almond Muffins from A Passionate Plate, they’re the perfect after school healthy treat.
From make-ahead to snacks on-the-go, yogurt is a great way to keep your little ones filled with protein, dairy and natural goodness. What’s your favorite kid-friendly way to feed your Tillakid yogurt? Join us on Facebook to let us know!