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Tasty, Fun, and Healthy Holiday Snacks
With all the sweets and indulgent snacks around this season, please continue to encourage your children to eat their veggies and try to shop for whole, less-processed foods for your home. Here are a few kid-friendly healthy snack ideas for the holiday season that are also fun to make:

Find some fun recipes in the special topic below.

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THE HOLIDAY SEASON IS HERE!

It's hard to believe that the holidays are upon us once again! There has been much to be thankful for in 2017 and we encourage families to spend time together and reminisce on this past year. Focus on all the positive things in your lives and the goals everyone achieved. Amidst the chaos of the parties, school plays, shopping, and food preparation over the next few weeks, don't forget to remember what matters most: the love your family shares, your health, and the joy of giving to others.
Take time to do family activities like visiting the animals at Zoo Lights, watching a holiday play or film, or bundling up to see the Blossoms of Light at the Botanic Gardens. Make gifts with your children instead of buying them. Teach your kids the importance of diversity and the acceptance of others as many religions celebrate at this time of year.

HOLIDAY TREATS

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Peanut Butter Celery Reindeer Sticks
These Peanut Butter Celery Reindeer Sticks are a healthy option for moms out there wanting to feed their kids something fun yet healthy.

Source: Fork&Beans
Grinch Fruit Kabobs
There are always so many sweets and treats going around during the holidays that sometimes it’s nice and refreshing to have a healthy snack, too.

Source: momables.com 
Pita Tree Appetizers
Plant a forest of pita bread trees on your table in less than 30 minutes by topping wedges with store-bought guacamole.


Source: Betty Crocker
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