8 Easy Treats Kids Actually Like

Chocolate Chip, PB & Banana Sandwiches

I adore experimenting with peanut butter, chocolate, and bananas. My finicky nephews liked these sandwiches, which surprised me. Charlotte Gehle, Brownstown, MI

Blueberry Pancake Smoothie

My family enjoys this pancake smoothie in the morning. I seldom measure blueberries, so go nuts! Freeze the banana if you have fresh blueberries. Kailey Thompson, Palm Bay, FL

Marshmallow Fruit Dip

This creamy, sweet dip takes 10 minutes to make. I serve it in a dish with fresh strawberries for spring brunches and lunches. Cedarburg, Wisconsin's Cindy Steffen

No-Bake Peanut Butter Treats

These non-sticky peanut butter oatmeal balls are great for road trips. Refrigerate them for handy snacks. Sonia Rohda, Waverly, Nebraska

Loaded Baked Potato Dip

A friend at a baby shower suggested using waffle-cut fries as dip scoops. My baked potato-like cheesy bacon and chive dip goes well with them. Duluth's Betsy King

Fruity Peanut Butter Pitas

My kids always want pita sandwiches. They don't realize pitas are healthy and tasty.Emerald Park, Saskatchewan, Kim Holmes

Kiddie Crunch Mix

Kids love this no-bake snack mix, and you can adjust the quantity. Fill bags or colorful ice cream cones for a festive display. Santa Rosa's Kara de la Vega

Raspberry Ice Cream in a Bag

Raspberry-flavored homemade ice cream is wonderful for summer and family enjoyment. Shake the bags until the liquid turns to ice cream, then enjoy! Erin Hoffman, Canby, Minnesota

Peanut Butter Granola Pinwheels

I found this delightful, quick snack when looking internet for healthy child snacks. After school, it's easy to cook and substantial enough to last until supper.