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Whether your kids are learning in school, at home or a mix of the two, one thing won’t change this year (even if everything else has): Kids love munching between meals.
It’s easy to fall into the trap of fast food or unhealthy snacks, especially if you’re pressed for time. While something carb-laden or sugary might taste good in the moment, it’s sure to make little ones crash later — just in time for homework.
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Now, on to the snacks:
Popcorn might seem like a treat, but it’s surprisingly healthy — so long as it’s not loaded with toppings. It’s a whole grain and packs plenty of fiber (and kids won’t even realize they’re enjoying something healthy).
If the kids love cheese puffs (and who doesn’t?) try swapping the neon orange ones for Hippeas. They’re made with chickpeas, and are packed with protein and fiber. They’re just as crunchy as the originals, and just as delicious.
Unlike many other fruit snacks, which are packed with sugars, high-fructose corn syrup and artificial ingredients, these are totally organic and absolutely delicious. They also have plenty of vitamin C.
If you don’t want to deal with cutting up and crushing avocados, this guacamole is pre-made in single-serving cups and tastes just as fresh as if you made it yourself minutes earlier. Pair with pita or tortilla chips, or use it as a substitute for mayo in a sandwich.
Switch up the sliced apples with these baked crunchy treats. They’re portable, easy to stash in a backpack and perfect for dipping in hummus or almond butter.
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