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High energy snacks for bouncing trampoline kids.

High energy play needs to be fuelled by high energy food, that’s why today we’re sharing some of our favourite action-packed snacks for active, bouncing kids who spend plenty of time on their trampoline. Whether they have a sweet tooth or are looking for a savoury feed, you’ll be sure to find a family favourite amongst today’s moreish, healthy recipe ideas.

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High energy snacks for bouncing trampoline kids—Choc-Dipped Banana Sticks

Kids love banana, but when it’s dipped in yummy dark chocolate they’ll be racing down from their trampoline bouncing session at double the speed. This is a fantastic snack for sweet tooths who need tying over until lunch or dinner.

How to make:

1. Peel and chop ripe bananas into round slices, and carefully slide onto skewers

2. Melt some dark chocolate in a glass bowl over a saucepan filled with bubbling water (ensuring the boiling water doesn’t touch the bottom of the glass bowl), slowly stirring until silky and smooth

3. Pour melted dark chocolate into a flat tray and dip one side of each banana skewers into it

4. Place on a plate in the fridge to set the chocolate before serving

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High energy snacks for bouncing trampoline kids—Celery Boats (peanut butter, cream cheese)

With a sweet or savoury option, every child who’s been busy bouncing on their trampoline will want to get involved in these fun celery boats. Mix up the toppings to keep this snack idea fresh!

How to make:

1. Chop up some celery sticks into 10cm lengths

2. Spread cream cheese or peanut butter along the centre dip of the celery sticks

3. Top with sultanas, pumpkin seeds or cacao nibs for some crunch

High energy snacks for bouncing trampoline kids—Flatbread Chips with Guacamole

Who doesn’t love a crunchy chip, and after plenty of activity bouncing on their Vuly trampoline, kids often reach for crispy, salty snacks. Give the humble chip a healthy makeover by creating your own out of wholemeal flatbread—quick, easy and delicious!

How to make:

1. Preheat your oven to 200 degrees C

2. Chop up some wholemeal flatbreads or wraps into triangles, and place on an oven tray lined with baking paper

3. Sprinkle with olive oil and a generous amount of sea salt, then pop into the oven for around five minutes

4. To make the guacamole, spoon the contents of two ripe avocados into a bowl

5. Add a generous squeeze of lime juice, salt and pepper, then smash with a fork or puree with a stick blender

Let us know which high energy snack your kids ask for after bouncing on their trampoline.


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