Fruit shakes, mini pizzas, hummus spread on pita, and whole-wheat pretzels are healthy foods and drinks for kids with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, states Everyday Health. Parents may also prepare vegetable sticks with dips, dried fruits and nuts, and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches with whole-wheat bread.
Fruit shakes combine a variety of fruits, nourishing children with ADHD with the vitamins, fiber and nutrients they need, explains Everyday Health. Kids who don't like a banana shake are likely to enjoy fruit shakes made from nonfat yogurt, ice and a selection of fresh fruits, including bananas, peaches and strawberries. A tablespoon of peanut butter adds protein to the shakes, while ground flaxseeds provide additional fiber and omega-3 fatty acids.
Most children love pizzas, making mini pizzas made from whole-wheat muffins and low-fat cheese a popular choice, according to Everyday Health. They may also like hummus, which consists of ground chickpeas and sesame seeds, smeared on whole-wheat pita and served with horizontally sliced vegetables.
Another great source of protein is a peanut butter and jelly banana sandwich, while whole-wheat crackers and pretzels satisfy the craving of children for crunchy snacks, notes Everyday Health. Parents should also try serving delicious meals using healthy ingredients, such as baking a low-sugar carrot cake or making a zucchini bread. Applesauce is a good alternative to oil when baking goodies.