10 Healthy Snacks You Can Feel Good About Giving Your Kids
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10 Healthy Snacks You Can Feel Good About Giving Your Kids

We all want our little ones to be healthy, but sometimes it’s hard to convince them to gobble up the stuff that’s good for them.

In an ideal world, every refrigerator would be magically full of freshly washed and chopped organic fruits and veggies and our kids would never roll their eyes and ask for chips or crackers instead.

So what’s a mom to do? We’ve put together a list of snacks you can keep on hand that are crunchy, tasty, salty or sweet… but made from wholesome, healthy ingredients instead of processed junk! Love!

Way Better Snacks


Gluten-free tortilla chips, pita chips and crackers made from simple, unprocessed ingredients. Our favorite: Simply Sweet Potato tortilla chips made from sprouted chia seed and quinoa.

Pure Fruit & Veggie Strips


These Strawberry Apple and Wildberry Apple strips are made from mixed fruit and veggie purees and juices.

Bitsy’s Brainfood


These crunchy alphabet bits, made with all natural, organic ingredients, offer a great source of Omega-3 DHA + EPA, vitamins A, B12, D3 and folic acid.

Arctic Zero Frozen Desserts


Give little ones a sweet treat with Arctic Zero chocolate and vanilla chocolate-covered bars. This creamy dessert is gluten-free and made with whey protein – and there are only 85 calories in each bar!

Grimmway Farms Carrot Dippers


Munch on fresh, peeled baby carrots that come in great on-the-go snack packs along with a cup of creamy low-fat ranch dressing for dipping.

Nature’s Path Crispy Rice Bars


Made with peanut butter and chocolate, these organic crispy rice bars are gluten-free and great for stashing in a backpack for on-the-go snacking. And FYI – Nature’s Path also has tons of delicious granolas and other crunchy treats!

Yopa! Greek Yogurt


Authentic Greek yogurt paired with delicious crunchy toppings – what’s not to love? Available in a variety of flavors including strawberry, blueberry and black cherry.

Snikiddy Eat Your Vegetables


These wholesome and delicious chips have a full serving of veggies in every ounce as well as kale! Plus they are just so yum!

No-Nut Butter


For kids who can’t eat nuts, this no-nut butter spread is the perfect substitute. It’s made from golden peas, which are naturally sweet and nutty, and it’s 100% peanut-free, tree nut-free and soy free.

Skeeter Snacks Cinnamon Grahams


These cinnamon graham crackers are another great nut-free treat. All-natural and whole grain, they’re a tasty and crunchy treat.

What’s your favorite healthy after-school snack option?

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