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4 Perfect Snacks for Picnic Season

It’s Picnic Season!

It is summertime and the perfect time to pack up a picnic and head out to visit a local park, zoo, or even your own backyard. Weather inclement? Stage a picnic inside.

Looking for some kid friendly and nutritious picnic food ideas? Get the kids involved in making their own picnic food.

Try these kid-friendly, nutritious picnic food ideas with your family today!

Cucumber “Sandwich” 


  • Cucumbers
  • Cheese slices
  • Low sodium deli meats


  1. Peel and slice cucumbers
  2. Place a small slice of cheese on top of one cucumber slice
  3. Layer with choice of deli meat(s)
  4. Place a second cucumber slice on top



Banana Sushi Roll Up


  • 100% whole wheat flour tortilla, small
  • 1 large banana
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter, soy butter, sunflower butter or any other nut butter


  1. Engage the kids by having them help make their own roll. Have them spread the peanut butter (or other choice) on the tortilla with the back of a spoon.
  2. Place peeled banana at one end of the roll up.
  3. Slice into eight pieces.




Cracker Stackers


  • Half-pint, wide-mouth mason jar and lid
  • Empty applesauce container
  • Low sodium deli meat
  • Cheese slices


  1. Add meat and cheese into the jar and place crackers in the clean applesauce container. The crackers stay separate and will not get soggy.


  • Fill granola in the applesauce cup and yogurt in the mason jar.
  • Mix the granola into the yogurt when ready to eat.


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