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@Anonymous Hi! We understand your concern, but it is natural for children to get tired after school, especially considering the fact that she is in the 12th standard, and very busy with academics and course work. For an evening snack, we suggest that you give her an energizer which could be a quick, easy-to-make and healthy SMOOTHIE (Click link for 5 Smoothie Recipes - https://www.parentcircle.com/article/5-delicious-smoothie-recipes-for-your-kids-to-enjoy/). Since you are a working mother, you could also keep legumes like Kabuli Chana, Rajma, etc. boiled at night, and make a quick curry with it in the morning. Another quick idea is making a nutritious dry fruits, coconut and dates ball, such that you can store it in the fridge and your daughter can pop it in her mouth, when she is hungry and needs a boost of energy. Hope this helps!