Ants on a Log Six Ways

In honor of National Ants on a Log Day, I’ve created six fun new ways to enjoy the childhood classic snack that everyone loves to eat!

Ants on a Log Six Ways

Snacks are life. Whether you’re trying to reach a weight loss goal, fuel a workout routine or keep up with your hungry kiddos, I think we can all agree: snacks. are. life. 

Ants on a Log Six Ways to Make this Healthy Snack Recipe

In honor of National Ants on a Log Day (yes, it’s a holiday!!), I’m sharing six fun new ideas for the classic childhood snack. With a variety of savory and sweet options, there’s something for everyone:

  • Tuna Salad
  • Peanut Butter and Raspberries
  • Guacamole and Pickled Jalapeños
  • Herbed Goat Cheese and Salami
  • Peanut Butter and Dried Cherries
  • Hummus and Cherry Tomatoes
Jacob Eating Ants on Log

Jacob’s favorite was the peanut butter with dried cherries but my oldest son loved the tuna salad ants on a log! Either way, one thing is for sure: they make the ideal after school snack or lunchbox treat.

Ants on a Log Six Ways to Make this Healthy Snack Recipe

Feel free to get creative and mix and match with your own favorite toppings. Celery is the perfect low-calorie, high-fiber vessel to fill with protein-packed ingredients (hello hummus!) to create a healthy snack that won’t cause a sugar spike.

Ants on a Log Six Ways easy Snack Ideas for Kids

What are your favorite ants on a log toppings? I’d love to hear your creative ideas! No forks required.

View more healthy snack recipes on my Pinterest board!

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