Kids are back to school, and you're back to your routine.
While the transition to school (at first) may be a challenge, packing your kid’s lunches and snacks should be easy—and something they look forward to!
Instead of packing food that’s filled with refined sugar and processed junk that can inhibit your children’s learn abilities, we’ve put together a list of five back-to-school snacks that will satisfy their taste buds and deliver nutrients they need to stay fueled and focused throughout the day.
Warning: These snacks may cause sudden urges to raid your child’s lunchbox.
Pumpkin and peanut butter? Yes, please!
These little bites of gr8ness are super easy to make and the perfect sweet treat snack for your little one.
Super easy to make, this yogurt dish makes a great mid-morning or afternoon snack. Easy to pack in Tupperware, your child will love the crunchiness from the nuts and apples and the sweetness from the bananas.
Tip: Pack the gr8nola in a separate snack pack so it doesn't get soggy.
Packed with protein and flavor, these snack bars combine just the right amount of saltiness and sweetness that will leave your child wanting more.
Convenient, snack-size pouches to enjoy on-the-go, our gr8nola minis offer flavor and crunch while delivering nutrients and superfoods to keep your child fueled for gr8ness in and outside of the classroom.
Perfect for a mid-morning snack, these energy bars are packed with healthy dates, pecans and unsweetened coconut. While this recipe is made with our Matcha Green Tea gr8nola, you can substitute it with any of our other flavors. Try it with our OG or Coco Cacao!
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