Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish. Today we're healthy snacking with a big roundup of lunchbox treats that will make kids and adults happy!

40 Lunchbox Snack Ideas | Food Bloggers of Canada
41 Healthy Lunchbox Snacks | Food Bloggers of Canada

Everyone loves snacks! But let's get realistic... not all snacks are created equal.  With a little planning you can pack lunchboxes for little (and big) kids with healthy, delicious snack options!  We asked some Canadian bloggers for their best lunchbox friendly healthy treat recipes and they didn't disappoint so get snacking!

Lunchbox Healthy Treats Roundup

By Food Bloggers of Canada

  • White chocolate dipped apricots

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Healthy, yummy, easy to assemble, gluten free and vegan, these [white chocolate dipped apricots](http://www.cookingsutra.com/white-chocolate-dipped-apricots-healthy-treat-for-school/) are the perfect treat to satisfy your sweet tooth at work or school. From **Cooking Sutra**.

  • No bake salted caramel omega bars

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    On top of being vegan and gluten free, these sweet, salty, chewy, and portable [caramel bars](https://www.thesimplegreen.com/single-post/2017/05/12/NO-BAKE-SALTED-CARAMEL-OMEGA-BARS) are loaded with omega threes...all good things! From **The Simple Green**.

  • Fruit roll-ups made healthy and delicious

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    These [fruit roll-ups](https://www.meghantelpner.com/blog/fruit-roll-ups-made-healthy/) are fruity, healthy, and they'll take you back to the 80s in just one bite! From **Meghan Telpner**.

  • Cocoa black bean brownies

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Delicious, fudgy [brownies](http://phruitfuldish.com/2016/09/15/heart-healthy-black-bean-brownies/) primarily made from black beans and unsweetened cocoa powder. Perfect for those following a heart-healthy lifestyle. The trick is to not reveal the ingredients until AFTER your loved ones have tried them! From **Phruitful Dish.**

  • 3 ingredient brownies

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    You may already have the three ingredients for these [non-traditional brownies ](http://wildbellalife.com/home/brownies)in your pantry! Hint: the recipe involves dates. From **Wild Bella**.

  • Healthy & natural red velvet cookie

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    These [natural red velvet cookies](https://foodmeanderings.com/healthy-red-velvet-cookie/) incorporate ingredients like beets (no red dye), real butter and whole wheat flour. No matter how healthy you're trying to be, everybody still needs chocolate and cookies in their life! From **Food Meanderings**.

  • Crispy roasted chick peas

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This recipe of [crispy roasted chick peas](https://urbnspice.com/my-recipes/school-lunch-or-after-school-snacks/crispy-roasted-chick-peas/) involves kid-friendly seasonings and spices like cinnamon, unrefined sugar, and an optional dusting of maple sugar for extra crunchiness. From **UrbnSpice**.

  • Seed and almond coconut clusters

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Whether you’re just trying to fill the lunch bags or love a good smoothie or yogurt topping, you’ll want to bake a batch of these crunchy [seed and almond coconut clusters](http://www.compelledtocook.com/project/seed-almond-coconut-clusters/) asap. From **Compelled To Cook**.

  • Chocolate zucchini muffins

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    The goodness of zucchini is hidden away in the rich chocolate flavour of these tender [chocolate zucchini muffins](https://www.theweeklymealplan.com/chocolate-zucchini-muffins/). The ideal good-for-you snack and a fudgey treat. From **The Weekly Meal Plan**.

  • Puffed quinoa jaggery chikki

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Chikki is a traditional Indian sweet generally made with jaggery or sugar along with ground peanut or sesame seeds. This [puffed quinoa chikki](http://nidhipatel.com/puffed-quinoa-jaggery-chikki/) is not only a variation of the original recipe to make it healthier, but it also includes a twist of pistachios, sliced almonds, and sea salt. From **Nidhi Patel**.

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