The Kitchen Twins Serve Up 2 Healthy After-School Snacks for Kids

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Playing PB&J Breakfast Bars and Date Drops

Get it, girls!

With our whole episode dedicated to doubles and triples (Drew and Jonathan Scott! The triplet doctors!), we invited the 13-year-old chef wonders, the Kitchen Twins, to whip up two tasty treats.

And, as always, the ladies didn’t disappoint!

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Emily and Lyla Allen, who are frequent visitors of the "Rachael Ray" show, served up a pair of healthy, kid-friendly snacks. And while one is labeled a "breakfast bar," we think you and your little ones are going to want to munch on these all day, every day.

Take a peek!

1. PB&J Breakfast Bars

Get the recipe!

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2. Date Oat Drops

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Plus, have you ever tried making your own fruit leather? Rach shows you how to easily make this tasty alternative to candy that the kids are sure to love!

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Can't wait to try these at home, ladies!

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