One of our boys is obsessed with crackers. Seriously. He loves any and all forms of crackers he can get his hands on.
I am always trying to come up with creative ways to incorporate easy finger foods like this into our meal plan for him, especially at lunch and during snacks. This forces me to be creative.
We love salty and sweet together in our home. Here is a super simple addition to your weekday lunch or a very easy afternoon snack idea. Your kids will thank you!
I am using a Triscuit for this snack. Is it really a cracker? Or is it an endless creative opportunity? As a homeschool mom, these are perfect to keep in the pantry for never ending lunch and snack ideas that never get boring! And no bake… this is a life saver! Any time I can serve my kiddos something that I do not have to bake, I am all over that!
Ingredients: (for each square you will need)
- 2 Triscuit crackers
- 1 t almond butter (or your favorite butter: peanut, cashew, sunflower, etc.)
- 1/2 t raw, uncooked honey (we grabbed ours at our farmers market)
- 2 thin apple slices (one medium apple will go a long way!)
We love almond butter at our house and it goes perfectly with apples! You can use peanut butter too.
The honey and the salty Triscuit are like a match made in heaven.
Simple. Delicious. Filling.
These squares are so easy to assemble the kids can help you do it.
Grab one Triscuit square and smear with the almond butter (or whatever butter spread you’ve decided to use).
Top with one thin apple slice.
Drizzle with the honey. Generously.
Who loves honey? Who loves honey on a cracker?
Repeat on another square. Three is the perfect portion size for a filling snack or addition to your lunch.
The sweet honey. The smooth butter. The crisp apple. The salty square. Perfection in your mouth.
These are easy enough to do on a lunch trip at the park too! We love doing picnic lunches during our homeschool days!
Now you tell me, what are your favorite three things to top on a Triscuit? You only get three… ready, set, go!
Triscuit believes in simple things coming together to create something more. Whether it’s just three ingredients on a Triscuit or about life, we believe that you (and Triscuit) are “Made for More”.
Triscuit sponsored this blog post. The opinions and text are all mine.