Passover Trail Mix Two Ways & Other Great Snack Ideas – Kveller
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Passover Trail Mix Two Ways & Other Great Snack Ideas

Keeping your kids fed and satisfied during Passover can be tricky. Heck, feeding yourself during Passover can be tricky. It’s also a ton of work. I never wash as many dishes and pots as I do during Passover, which is why I am always in search of easy and delicious Passover ideas beyond just the seder.

It’s funny how we forget how many things we eat all year can also be eaten during Passover–sometimes with little or no alterations at all. I try to focus my attention on those kinds of foods. They are usually the least complicated and the most satisfying.

How about ants on a log made with almond butter? Fun, cute, healthful, and no cooking involved.

I am obsessed with these frozen chocolate covered banana bites topped with sprinkles from The Kitchn. Your kids will want to eat these every day, and so do I.

What about these adorable springtime chick-inspired deviled eggs? Almost too cute to eat.

And mason jars make everything more fun and yuppy: like these veggies and dip in a jar.

Trail mix is another easy snack to whip up. All you need is a bowl and some measuring cups (or not). You can make a few different kinds and leave them out for snacking all week. They are easy to throw into a container when you are on the go, and you can have fun making your own flavors. It’s also a great food activity to do with your kids. Check out the recipe below.


Almond Chocolate Cranberry Trail Mix

½ cup golden raisins

½ cup dried cranberries

½ cup whole almonds

½ cup dark or semi-sweet chocolate chips

¼ cup chopped dried apricots


Nut-Free Tropical Trail Mix

½ cup pepitas or sunflower seeds

¼ cup shredded coconut

¾ cup dried banana chips

¼ cup chopped dried apricots

Mix ingredients for each recipe in a large bowl. Store in bags or container for several weeks.

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