7 Store-Bought Healthy Snacks the Kids Will Actually Eat
Bitsy’s Brainfood Sweet Potato Oatmeal Raisin Smart Cookies
Kids will never know that these bite-sized alphabet shapes are packed with vegetables and Omega-3—they taste like sweet gingerbread cookies. Warning: You might be tempted to eat the whole box yourself.
To buy: $2.50 for one 2.2-ounce box, at Whole Foods.
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Plum Kids Organic Fruit & Veggie Shredz – Super Apple
For the ultra-picky eater, these gummy candies—made with organic apples, carrots, pumpkin, and kale—are a not-so-guilty option.
To buy: $4.50 for five .70-ounce packets, plumorganics.com.
18 Rabbits Jr. Mango Strawberry Granola Bar
With easy to pronounce ingredients and only 8 grams of sugar, there’s no beating these fruity fresh bars—made just the right size for young kids.
To buy: $2 for one 1.05-ounce bar, at grocery stores.
Julie’s Organic Chocolate Frozen Yogurt Bars
These tasty treats contain live active cultures, 3 grams of fiber, and only 100 calories. Stash in the freezer for a cool post-lunch surprise.
To buy: $4.50 for four 2.5-ounce bars, at Whole Foods.
Sprout Rise Berry Acai Morning Smoothie
A great solution for moms on the go, these spill-proof pouches are full of ingredients like organic nonfat Greek yogurt, organic rolled oats, and organic butternut squash.
To buy: $2 for one 5.5-ounce pouch, at Walmart.
Annie’s Organic Hummus & Crackers Snack Kit
This cute cardboard lunch box has goodies for the entire day: whole-grain cheddar squares, hummus with 6 grams of protein, strawberry gummies, and not-too-sweet graham crackers. Ideal for road trips or summer day camp.
To buy: $4 for one 4.15-ounce pack, at Target.