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Did Someone Say Cookie Dough? 7 Healthier Kids Party Food Recipes That Taste AMAZING!

Party food doesn’t have to be a no-no. One of our community mums, Leah, has made 7 healthier kids party foods that taste just as good as they sound!

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Leah says, “All of these Healthy Mummy recipes have reduced added sugar, natural sugar or NO added sugar, making them the perfect choice for your next celebration.”

“These recipes are proof that you CAN enjoy delicious bites which are as good for you as they taste. Be inspired by these quick, easy and super tasty treats that everyone, even fussy eaters, will love.”

Mini Ham and Pineapple Pizzas

These little beauties are bellissimo (that means ‘very beautiful’ in Italian) and they are made with The Healthy Mummy Two Ingredient Pizza Dough and Healthy Pasta Sauce.

Just roll, top, bake and enjoy!

Did Someone Say Cookie Dough Truffle Pops? 7 Healthier Kids Party Food Recipes That Taste As Good As They Sound!Image Source: Supplied (Leah’s Mini Ham & Pineapple Pizzas)

Baked Meatballs

You can find these scrumptious savoury treats in The Healthy Mummy’s Kids Lunch Boxes eBook.

The great thing about these little bursts of protein is that you know exactly what went into them, as opposed to the frozen varieties at the supermarket.

Did Someone Say Cookie Dough Truffle Pops? 7 Healthier Kids Party Food Recipes That Taste As Good As They Sound!

Image Source: Supplied (Leah’s Baked Meatballs)

Healthier Hot Dogs

These little hot dogs can be found in the 28 Day Challenge Recipe Hub.

Not only are they great for your kids’ birthday parties, but also as a great go to snack or lunch when you’re on the go. Put those left over snags to good use ladies!

Did Someone Say Cookie Dough Truffle Pops? 7 Healthier Kids Party Food Recipes That Taste As Good As They Sound!

Image Source: Supplied (Leah’s Healthier Hotdogs)

Chocolate Pumpkin Mud Cake with Ganache

Who thought pumpkin could be made to look so delicious? Yep, the secret ingredient in this amazing chocolate mud cake contributes to your daily veggie intake! Winning!

You can find this recipe in the 28 Day Challenge Recipe Hub and importantly it contains 13.3 grams of sugar per serve vs Greens Chocolate Mud Cake which contains 31 grams of sugar per serve.

Check out some other ways to sneak fruit and veggies into your diet.

Did Someone Say Cookie Dough Truffle Pops? 7 Healthier Kids Party Food Recipes That Taste As Good As They Sound!

Image Source: Supplied (Leah’s Chocolate Pumpkin Mud Cake With Ganache)

Banana & Pear Muffins

You can find this recipe in the 28 Day Challenge Recipe Hub. These bite sized treats contains 4.8 grams of sugar per serve vs Muffin Break’s Banana Muffins which contain 40.1 grams of sugar per serve. That’s a big difference!

Muffins are a great way to get creative with your cooking. Experiment with different fruits to get a different flavour every time. Check out these top 5 fruit picks for kids to get inspiration for what to add to your muffin mix next!

Did Someone Say Cookie Dough Truffle Pops? 7 Healthier Kids Party Food Recipes That Taste As Good As They Sound!

Image Source: Supplied (Leah’s Banana & Pear Muffins)

Tahitian Lime & Coconut Bliss Balls

This is yet another winner from our Challenge Recipe Hub.

If you’re not already a member, you can join the next 28 Day Challenge and gain access to this recipe and hundreds of others just like it, or get your hands on 10 Bliss Ball Recipes Under 100 Calories right NOW in our free Recipe Hub on The Healthy Mummy website.

Did Someone Say Cookie Dough Truffle Pops? 7 Healthier Kids Party Food Recipes That Taste As Good As They Sound!

Image Source: Supplied (Leah’s Tahitian Lime & Coconut Bliss Balls)

Cooke Dough Truffle Pops

And last but not least, these Cookie Dough Truffle Pops are sure to be a winner at your next kids party, not just with the kids but among the adults as well! Get the recipe on the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge!

Did Someone Say Cookie Dough Truffle Pops? 7 Healthier Kids Party Food Recipes That Taste As Good As They Sound!

Image Source: Supplied (Leah’s Cookie Dough Truffle Pops)

Kids With Allergies

Leah says, “If you have kids with allergies coming to your party, make sure you label things that might contain allergens (like nuts, dairy, gluten etc). You can even make cute labels that you place next to each food items.”

Leah’s Top 3 Tips To Make Your Next Party A Hit!

  • Make portions bite sized – it’s so much easier for little hands
  • Make the bliss balls and muffins ahead of time and store them in the freezer
  • Bake the sausages in the oven at the same time as the meatballs

Did Someone Say Cookie Dough Truffle Pops? 7 Healthier Kids Party Food Recipes That Taste As Good As They Sound!

Image Source: Supplied (Leah’s Party Table)

What Is This Challenge Hub We’ve Been Talking About?

The Challenge Hub is home to customisable meal plans, 24/7 social support and realistic exercises that mums can do in the comfort of their own home.

When you join our next Healthy Mummy 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge you’ll gain access to the Challenge Hub and thousands of EASY-TO-MAKE recipes, just like the ones you’ve seen in this post.

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Although the Challenge is STRICTLY for mama’s – the recipes found in the Challenge Hub are family and budget friendly – meaning the whole family can enjoy them!

To find out more on the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge click here.

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