Allergy Friendly Snacks for Kids

“Mom, I am hungry!” This is a statement moms hear at least five times a day.

Months ago I had a nice stash of goldfish, animal crackers, cheese sticks, etc. (in addition to fresh items) to grab from for these moments. Since learning of my son’s allergies it has been hard to find a variety of snack options for him. Over the past few months we have found snacks that work with his diet and palate—so, thought I would share!

Allergy Friendly Snacks for Kids

Keep in mind that you may have to modify the snack depending on your child’s particular allergy.

  • Rice cakes with fruit butter (apple, pumpkin, mango, fig)
  • Kale chips
  • Gluten free, Dairy free Trail Mix
    -Gluten free Toasted O’s
    -Dairy free, soy free chocolate chips
    -Banana chips
    Shake in a plastic sandwich bag…instant snack on the go. I end up taking a handful for myself because it is so yummy.
  • Fruit juice popsicle
  • Popcorn (made on stovetop with oil)
  • Homemade fruit leather (made in dehydrator)
  • Gluten free muffins
  • Carrot Sticks
  • Sweet potato fries or chips
  • Hummus with veggies
  • Chips and salsa
  • Fruit Smoothie with milk (almond, hemp, rice, etc.)
    ** good opportunity to add something green in like kale or spinach 🙂
  • Dehydrated crackers (haven’t made these, but hope to soon)
  • Lara bars (you can make these yourself)
  • Toasted pumpkin seeds
  • Roasted almonds

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3 Comments on “Allergy Friendly Snacks for Kids

  1. My kids don’t have allergies, but these are already some of our favorite snacks. Hummus and carrot sticks and homemade fruit leathers. YUM!

  2. Since when can he have hummus? That’s wonderful! Are you making it from scratch or did you find a sesame seed free one?

    • Oops, how did I miss this comment? I have bought a tahini free one at Trader Joe’s and also I make it from scratch in the Vita-mix.

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