We’re excited to bring you another great article from POPSUGAR Moms, a fantastic source for mamas who want advice and news about everything from packing healthy lunches to mastering the art of stroller chic. This week, we’re featuring their delicious homemade versions of classic supermarket snacks.


6 Homemade Versions of Kid’s Favorite Snacks

Whether you’re sick of spending too much money on your kids’ snacks or worry about what all of those unidentifiable ingredients are doing to their little bodies, we have the solution for you! Make your own homemade versions of your child’s favorite snack. Whether they’re crazy for Goldfish, sweet on Nutter Butters or Oreos, or wild for Pop-Tarts, we have a recipe that will make you feel better about serving up those snacks on a daily basis. Keep clicking to find your favorite snack substitute.



Ambrosia Bakery’s homemade Oreos are shockingly easy to make and taste just like the real thing!



Back to the Cutting Board’s maple-cinnamon oat Pop-Tarts substitute healthier coconut oil for shortening, but the maple-cinnamon filling and maple frosting ensures that they will be a hit with your kids.

Granola Bars


Lemon Sugar’s homemade granola bars are chewy, soft, and full of chocolate and peanut butter chips. Use your favorite homemade granola recipe or go for store-bought to save time.

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Nutter Butters


Nutter Butters are pretty delicious straight from the package, but Cookies and Cups’s homemade version are even better, especially because they’re soft and chewy!



She Wears Many Hats’ homemade cheese crackers via Tasty Kitchen use DIY cookie cutters and only five ingredients!

Fruit Rolls


Try making your own fruit rolls using this easy recipe from Against All Grain. They roll out snack fun by the foot!

Which one of these snacks are you most excited to make?

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