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5 kid-friendly snack ideas for Passover



Adorable and easy snack ideas

When many of your kids staples are off the table during Passover you need to get a little creative! Making the new snacks fun and exciting is usually a great way to get them eating new things. Here we have rounded up 5 easy and fun snack ideas the kids are sure to love.

This recipe from Skinny Taste is great for moms and perfect for little hands. Kids will love to create their own Passover meal too!

William Sonoma shares a delicious bread-shares a delicious bread-less snack the kids will love just replace the peanut butter for almond butter, add some granola, raisins and some apple slices for a perfect Passover treat.


Going without pasta is one of the hardest parts of Passover for little ones. Cooking with Amy has a delicious solution to still enjoy a bit of that Italian comfort food.

As one of the 10 plagues, you will often see the image of a frog used during Passover. These pepper frogs from The Homestead Survival are too cute not to share, the kids will love them so much they might just eat up all their vegetables! 
Kids love to eat just about everything with their hands. As a snack or for breakfast, Martha Stewart shares a versatile kid favorite for enjoying at Passover or any time.


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