Better-For-You Sleepover Snacks

Sleepovers are a childhood rite of passage: staying up late, telling stories, watching movies and trying desperately to not be the first one who falls asleep. Another staple of a good sleepover is snacks – typically of the junk food persuasion. But, they don’t have to be!

Here are five sleepover snacks that you can feel good having your kids munch on:

Creamy Veggies Dip

Even the most finicky of kids will love this creamy dip with a combination of rich flavors. Keeping a fair amount of veggie chunks when blending gives it a nice bite and makes it perfect for dipping.

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Pretzel Crisps® Pizzas

A sleepover doesn’t truly get started until the pizza arrives, but if you don’t want to load everyone up with extra cheese and greasy crusts, try these Pretzel Crisps® pizzas instead.

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Cucumber Tea Sandwiches

Turn the slumber party into a tea party, complete with tea, scones and these mini cucumber tea sandwiches fit for the queen herself!

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Cherry Hearts

Chocolate might be the last thing you think of when planning a nutritious snack, but can you really have a sleepover without chocolate? Probably not. Thin cherry slices make this snack a healthier option.

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Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicles

What could be a better sleepover activity than making a creative Pretzel Crisps® dessert together? These gluten and dairy free strawberry cheesecake pops are quick, easy and seriously delicious.

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