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"My Family's Favorite Food" Contest: Vote for the best after-school snack!


Voting has begun for the third round of the “My Family’s Favorite Food” contest series … and there’s a trio of snack-tastic treats!

Check out the entries after the jump!

You have permission to drool over these three scrumptious after-school snacks. We did. Just don’t forget to vote for your favorite one by commenting on this post with your tastiest pick!

The creator of the after-school snack that gets the most votes will win an awesome prize package from MightyNest … and will be featured here on Family Kitchen!

Happy Voting!

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  • 1. Peach, Blackberry, and Kale Smoothie 1 of 3
    1. Peach, Blackberry, and Kale Smoothie
    "Frozen peach slices, frozen blackberries, kale, rice milk, and a bit of vanilla stevia."

    Submitted by Emily
  • 2. Apple Nachos 2 of 3
    2. Apple Nachos
    "After school my kids like something to eat, especially since they all are involved in sports. Dinner is usually a couple hours away, so I don't worry about them ruining their appetite. I created these apple nachos this past summer, but it is now the number one snack they request after school. I can make up a big plate of it, and feel good they are eating their apples anyways! Plus, peanuts have protein, right?"

    Submitted by Aimee
  • 3. Fluffer Nutter 3 of 3
    3. Fluffer Nutter
    "Spread peanut butter on one slice of bread. Spread marshmallow fluff on the other slice of bread. Add slices of bananas to both pieces of bread. Put slices of bread together to form a sandwich. Enjoy! A glass of milk goes perfect with these delicious sandwiches!"

    Submitted by Cara

Voting will end at 5 pm on Friday, 9/23.

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