Back-to-school means back to packing lunches. Check out some of our member reviewed on-the-go snacks that may be a perfect addition to your child’s lunch box.
Nature Valley Granola Thins
This mini-granola treat comes in peanut butter or dark chocolate and gets high marks with our members with an average of 4.79 stars out of 5. It’s just the right size snack to tuck into your child’s lunchbox and if they eat it before their sandwich (who wouldn’t?) then you can be assured the small size treat won’t ruin their appetite. Member Kryshanna writes, “I love these so much! I would recommend them to anyone for a great on-the-go snack!”
Oscar Mayer Lunchables
For those mornings when you’re running late and you still haven’t packed a lunch for your little ones, an Oscar Mayer Lunchable can be a huge time save. The all-in-one lunch comes in many varieties with deli meats, pizzas, veggies, fruits, and the all important dessert. Member momagarry writes, “My kids love these:).”
Quaker Mini Delights Rice Snacks
These sweet rice snacks may change your child’s opinion of the boring old rice cake. The individually wrapped 100 calories bags are perfect for packing up quick and are a great alternative to a high calorie cookie. Member Nemmraca writes, “I absolutely love these! They are very tasty and take care of my sweet tooth. The kids even like them and I like that they are healthy.”
Keebler Townhouse Flipside Pretzel Cracker
It’s a pretzel…it’s a cracker…it’s both. This savory lunch-time snack is sure to fulfil your child’s pretzel and cracker craving all at once. The snack holds up alone, but members say they also taste great with a square of cheese, a bit of peanut butter smear, or even humus. Member beaniewrinkle writes, “The way i see these crackers..... either you love 'em or you hate 'em! I love them and so does my family. the combination of the two flavors makes a really nice snack. and they aren't a bad price to give 'em a try either! :)”
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I just dropped my daughter off at kindergarten and I'm wondering how I will keep her lunch interesting. Especially in a nut free school where PB&J is off the list!