Apple and banana muffinsBaking is often associated with lots of sugar and a lower nutritional value. By preparing an apple purée and using a ripe banana, no sugar is needed. Grated apple adds flavour and texture to these delicious muffins. Baby marrow frittersBaby marrows are very versatile and add extra fibre and flavour to this snack.Date and chocolate ballsWe all love chocolate, but know that too much is not good for us. In this treat, we combine dark chocolate with dates to make a healthier alternative.Fresh fruit and peanut butter dipThis peanut butter dip makes snacking on fruit even yummier! The peanut butter adds a slightly sweeter flavour to the yoghurt, making it ideal for those late afternoon munchies.GuacamoleLightly roasted nutsThese nuts are a great alternative to salty shop-bought versions.Mini meat ballsPeanut butter slicesPeanut butter is a wonderful baking ingredient. Here is helps to bind the mixture and adds flavour.PopcornHomemade popcorn is such a treat and the ideal lunch box filler. A healthier alternative to shop-bought salty snacks like crisps, at home you can control how much salt and oil is used. Raisin cookiesHomemade cookies are much better than shop-bought cookies, because you can control what goes into them. These are lower in fat and sugar, making them a healthier alternative.