Amanda Haas knows the importance of eating healthy. Your family will love these simple and savory dairy-free snack recipes taken from her latest cookbook, Real Family Food.
GuacamoleFor all of you guacamole purists out there, this recipe is not only dairy free, it's super simple to make and is a great place to start the kids on avocados.
Fresh SalsaServe your kids their favorite chips with this fresh and flavorful salsa. It trumps salsa out of a jar any day.
Pineapple SalsaThis healthy snack is definitely as tasty as it is colorful. Freshly sliced pineapple, red bell pepper, and red onion make this dairy-free salsa an instant favorite at any family gathering.
Creamy Garbanzo Dip with Sun-Dried TomatoesThis dairy free snack dip is literally a bowl full of happiness. Adults and kids will love to pair the spread with their favorite chips or veggies.
Happy-Hour HummusWithout a doubt, this recipe has the most appropriate name. This crowd-pleasing snack is perfect served before dinner along with healhty dippers that the whole family can enjoy.
Icy Tropical SmoothiesKids absolutely love smoothies, so why not serve them one that's dairy-free? Fresh frozen organic strawberries, pineapple chunks, and mango create the perfect combination for a sweet snack.
Tropical Fruit PunchThis dairy-free drink is a wonderfully refreshing snack. Orange juice, pineapple juice, and club soda are the only ingredients in this sweet treat.
Baked Pita ChipsThese chips are ideal for dipping, but still taste great alone. Double or tripple the recipe to include in your kids lunchboxes.
Kale ChipsIf your kids are craving something salty, suggest this healthy alternative. Don't let the green leafy-look fool you, they are crispy, crunchy, and just as salty and delicious as any potato chip.
Grilled Peanut Butter-Banana FingersSandwiches just seem to taste better heated. This is the perfect snack for your kids that combines classic sweet and savory flavors to create one yummy grilled sandwich masterpiece.
Chocolate-Butterscotch-Nut ClustersYou can never just have one of these delights. Whether a snack or dessert, kids and parents will finish off these tasty treats in no time.
Mango-Lime SorbetSorbet is a great ice cream alternative including this one that's dairy-free. Serve this fruity snack to your family and before you know it, they will be asking for seconds.
Tart Lemon Ice with Crushed StrawberriesKids and adults will not be able to resist the sweet combination of strawberries and ice. Compare this snack with the similar flavor of a frozen strawberry lemonade.
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