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7 Healthy Snacks to Leave for Santa

December 09, 2014

Cookies and milk are the classic snack to leave out on Christmas Eve, but there are healthier treats you can leave for Santa – believe it or not – and they may be just as tasty.

Dried fruit. Let’s be honest: The best way to eat dried cherries is on a cracker with cream cheese and pistachios. Enough (cheesiness) said.

Scones. If you aren’t keen on putting out cookies, but your kids still want to bake something warm, look no further than these Monterey Jack cranberry scones.

Cucumber bites. The kids will love topping each cucumber chunk with a yummy cream cheese mixture. Mmm…tasty!

Chips (but not the kind you’re thinking). What do you get when you take some leafy greens, top with cheese and bake? Cheesy kale chips, of course!

Kabobs. What could be easier (or more delicious?) than a cherry tomato basil skewer with GO Veggie! Lactose Free Mozzarella Block? The answer: Nothing!

Stuffed figs. These roasted fresh figs with smoked almonds and GO Veggie! Lactose Free Cheddar Block is as easy as 1, 2, 3. All you have to do is cut the figs, give them to the kids to stuff and pop them in the oven.

Veggies and dip. To make the holidays even more fun, be creative and set out some snacks for the reindeer this year, too! All it takes is a bowl of veggies (carrots are perfect!) and a dollop of GO Veggie! Cream Cheese to give them the healthy nutrients needed to help pull the sleigh.

Treats for Santa don’t have to be unhealthy. GO Veggie! makes it easy to create mouthwatering snacks Saint Nick will love!