Hazelnut Banana Bites: FREE Printable Recipe Guides for Children

January 8, 2013

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My kiddos have a knack for waiting until I’m right in the middle of something to inform me, “I’m hungry! Can I have a snack?” My goal is to teach my children to head into the kitchen to whip up their own healthy snacks. Other than a few Kashi bars, we typically don’t have any prepackaged snacks in the house. Instead, I try to keep plenty of fruits and healthy snack ingredients on hand. The kiddos and I are compiling a little cookbook that they can use independently. The kiddos first made up this hazelnut snack recipe during an afternoon tea party. These recipes may not be fancy but they are kid friendly, simple and tasty!

Hazelnut Banana Bites

FREE Printable Recipe Guide

Hazelnut Banana Bites: FREE printable recipe

Ingredients:

  • hazelnut spread
  • banana
  • whole wheat crackers
  • *cinnamon optional

Tools:

  • cutting board
  • knife
  • spoon

Hazelnut Banana Bites: FREE printable recipe

Step 1:  Carefully slice banana.

  • I have taught my children knife safety and always supervise them when they are cutting.
  • This recipe only requires a butter knife so it is pretty safe.

Hazelnut Banana Bites: FREE printable recipe

Step 2:  Spread hazelnut spread on each cracker.

  • Just a little. If you lay it on too thick you’ll end up with a big mess.

Hazelnut Banana Bites: FREE printable recipe

Step 3:  Stack one banana slice on each cracker.

*Sprinkle with cinnamon for an extra treat.

Hazelnut Banana Bites: FREE printable recipe

Step 4: Enjoy your hazelnut banana bites!

  • Parents, sorry for the dirty looking fingernails. The hazelnut spread can get a little messy.

Hazelnut Banana Bites: FREE printable recipe

In fact, that hazelnut spread is finger licking good!

Hazelnut Banana Bites: FREE printable recipe

Hmm, Hmmmm, Good!

Print this recipe FREE: Hazelnut Banana Bites

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Brandy January 9, 2013 at 10:56 am

I love the idea of a snack cookbook the kids can use independently. I let my kids fix their own snacks and like you it’s rare that we have pre packaged ones so a cookbook full of ideas sounds awesome. What name brand crackers are those? Thanks!

Jeannine January 9, 2013 at 2:27 pm

The crackers in the photo are actually Blue Diamond Natural Almond Nut-Thins. They are Wheat & Gluten Free and also low sodium. According to the package they are guilt free!
We also like Back to Nature Organic Stoneground Wheat Crackers. No artificial preservatives, flavors or colors. No hydrogenated Oils. Despite all of that, they are still very tasty! I love these hearty, flavorful crackers!

Brandy January 10, 2013 at 11:23 am

Thank you!

Jeannine January 10, 2013 at 5:16 pm

We created a simple cookbook using a 3 ring binder. I print all of the FREE recipe guides I post here at waddleeahchaa. We have the binder divided into sections: breakfast, lunch and snacks. The children follow the recipes when cooking their meals (I assist and supervise of needed).

Here is a sample of our binder:
http://waddleeahchaa.com/2010/07/14/turkey-sandwich-printable-recipe-guides-for-children/

kreditkarte sicherheitsnummer October 19, 2016 at 11:53 am

non sai quanto hai ragione…che ne dici dei trentenni in crisi che escono con le diciottenni perchè non danno problemi?nun ce pensà, da una manager quasi trentenne senza anello di fidanzamento con le unghie corte

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